Started by Germy, 17 October 2011, 08:40:05 PM
Quote from: Luddite on 24 August 2012, 11:32:35 PMWouldn't it be easier to simply use real gelatinous cubes?
Quote from: Poggle on 24 August 2012, 11:54:35 PMEnvirotex Lite is very easy to use. It's an epoxy varnish, meant to give the same coverage effect as fifty coats of regular varnish, but it works fine for water effects too. You mix equal parts of A and B and pour or brush it onto the surface. Use a cheap brush, because you'll have to throw it away afterwards. It dries in about 24 hours. It is a bit expensive, but you don't need a lot to get a good result. I haven't used it for gelatinous cubes, but it's perfectly possible. Rather than go into a lot of detail here, I'll provide this link to this chap...http://www.hirstarts.com/tips19/tips19.html#tubeGo a quarter way down the page. He shows how to use Envirotex to make a SF stasis tube. Same principle could be used for a gelatinous cube.
Quote from: arabianknight on 24 September 2012, 02:01:14 PMHere's a tutorial link for you to try: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kylemay/2045290249/I had intended to give it a bash myself before posting up here, but never got round to it. Thought I'd best get it posted up during the threads second incarnation I'd thought that maybe you could build it up in stages if you needed to put skeletons in the middle.
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Quote from: mad lemmey on 17 February 2016, 06:24:55 PMGreat work!