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Thursday, January 26, 2017 - 06:46 PM UTC
This news article is to introduce to you Breveco Modelling. This company provides a sheet material in various sizes and three grades of hardness.
This product has many uses when it comes to diorama elements, everything from a base to a vase. I cannot verbally do this product justice verbally, and so I have made a feature live on the network from a tutorial that Breveco Modelling supplied. I urge you strongly to take a look at the versatility of this product.
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I will be giving this stuff a whirl. Looks like a hoot.....
JAN 27, 2017 - 01:37 AM
Biggles2 Your right. Balsa Foam is not new but very difficult to get in Europe until now. When you finished a project you can use the "Porefiller" or you can use thinned (with water) PVA glue as a first base before you start painting.
JAN 27, 2017 - 03:16 AM
Were i can find this stuff in Oz?...
JAN 27, 2017 - 03:42 AM
€18,50 for shipping one piece that weigths next to nothing? Ouch. Double ouch considering I managed to find US seller that doesn't charge much (I couldn't believe it myself either) and it cleared customs without being opened.
JAN 27, 2017 - 04:06 AM
someone producing the stamps that you could make the cobbles etc from as in one of the photos here would be real bonus as well
JAN 27, 2017 - 04:34 AM
for that is pretty easy i made my own with Evergreen Shapes or PE scrap
JAN 27, 2017 - 04:41 AM
Extremely difficult to get in Australia these days. Only place I know off that stocks it is cavalier art supplies. If you want something similar to the firm balsa foam(a little firmer I believe), at a significantly cheaper price, go to Bunnings and get some knauf insulation board. It's made of XPS, which is a common sculpting medium, and comes in 2 thicknesses.
JAN 27, 2017 - 06:57 AM
Cheers Mate! i am stil on time for a sizzle at Bunnings...off we go!...
JAN 27, 2017 - 07:58 AM
Model railroaders have been using a form of this for years-- just by buying meat products in their grocery store-- the styrofoam trays that meats are packaged in can be used for the same purpose, they carve and glue well, and can be painted with a variety of paints either by brush or aribrush. Cobblestone roads and stone walls can be done easily. VR, Russ
JAN 27, 2017 - 11:36 AM
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