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Description: It is the first figure I bought for his (damned!) game and the first one I painted for Strange Aeons and triggered a flood of purchases (curse you Uncle Mike!).  Butm I love the old-school style, scale of this thing and the ooze came out good if I say so myself!
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Posted by: Grumbling Grognard October 07, 2015, 04:58:32 AM

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Grumbling Grognard
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October 29, 2015, 06:28:20 PM
I guess the most correct answere is a bit of both.  It dries fairly quickly and is not called "Triple Thick" for nothing.  I put a heavy coat on the 'top' and let it settle to where it wanted then just "worked it" for about 2 min as it solidified.  24-48 hours later it is almost as hard as my normal varnish.  I have used multiple coats in the past to achieve this effect, but since my bottle is quite old now, I don't have to.   ;)
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October 29, 2015, 06:14:15 PM
I will check at my local Hobby Lobby and see if I can avoid a trip into Walmart.  

Was this one coat all over that kind of just settled this way, or did you put the drips where they are?  Just curious.

Thanks for the information.  Another tool for the toolbox.
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October 28, 2015, 06:42:22 PM
"Americana" brand
"Triple Thick Brilliant Brush On Gloss Glaze"

I stick with the cheap brands most of the time and "Americana" brand stuff is available everywhere in the USA it seems and is always very affordable.

Almost all my paints are this brand or Delta Ceramcoat or Apple Barrel.  I mix and blend them freely and have for years.

They make other glazes as well, such as: gloss, glitter (in various colors), iridesent (also in various colors), pearlizing, glow-in-the-dark, etc...
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October 28, 2015, 05:51:07 PM
Really nice droplets of slime.  May I ask how you achieved that effect?  Thank you.



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