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In this video we teach you how to create rubble paste. Thanks for watching!




   
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That was pretty useful.

I would have just put glue and sprinkled stuff on the object, but the paste approach looks better.

   
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brilliant. Just the stuff I need for the large industrial ruins terrain im planing. nice.

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Great idea! Thanks for sharing!
   
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Take note that eggs can contain salmonella. Great idea though.


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 Sammoth wrote:
Take note that eggs can contain salmonella. Great idea though.


Wash your egg shells and then microwave them for 60-90 seconds.

Try not to eat them.


   
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Really good tutorial! Really simple too....... usually the best ideas are!!

Would have made my trench Dio slightly easier.....

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I used ripped up scraps of both foamboard and 1/2 inch Polystyrene with some sand to great effect. Tossed in some fish Gravel and it looks brilliant

 
   
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 Sammoth wrote:
Take note that eggs can contain salmonella. Great idea though.


Perfect for a Nurgle base then.

Great vid, very well done and super easy. Will keep that in mind for 40k stuff.

   
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 Evertras wrote:
 Sammoth wrote:
Take note that eggs can contain salmonella. Great idea though.


Perfect for a Nurgle base then.

Great vid, very well done and super easy. Will keep that in mind for 40k stuff.


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Simple yet effective. Very nice tutorial. Thanks for sharing.
   
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Very helpful vid. Makes me glad I save my left-over cork

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Very cool, Ill be trying out this one.
   
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I don't think I would have ever thought to use eggshells. Very helpful video.

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Nice and simple, will give it a try. Thanks.

 
   
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I've been using this method since I saw it posted here to great effect.

Taking it a step further, I have a small sealed tub of the stuff premixed to use as needed. If it starts to dry out a bit and get too pasty, just add more glue or paint to moisten the mix.


   
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Awesome in it's simplicity. Thanks for the tip!

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Just so you know, I used your tutorial for this:



Works great man.

   
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Wow that is so easy....I'm going to have to do that. Lately I've been using coffee grinds as a basing material so I'll probably put that in aswell but looks awesome...I'm off to base 400 models now!!

Just a quick question does it stay on bases pretty well without any added glue? Seems fairly light on the glue (and I have trouble with basing material falling off lol)


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Well I just tried this and added a bit of white to make a dark grey.
One thing is it is extremely difficult to get it to stick to the bases. Based a large screaming bell base and a warp lightning base.

I'll update with the results when it dries and I can Drybrush it

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I want to use this method but when i tried doing a larger batch it just fell apart and did not stick.

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 BunkerBob wrote:
I want to use this method but when i tried doing a larger batch it just fell apart and did not stick.


You need to use more glue.


   
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I like it, you use a lot more ingredients that I would (I find the things like egg shells curious). The texture result is really good.

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So I kept a premade tub of this stuff, but when I went to use it yesterday I discovered it was all moldy, and ideas why?

I had Cork tiles, Foamcore, Polystyrene, Sand, and fish gravel in it. Along with Acrylic Paint and PVA glue

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Was the fish gravel previously used ?

There is no cork in my mix, and I've had the current tub made at least a month. I do tend to pull from it and add back to a couple times a week. Been using all the metal, stryene, and pencil shavings from my regular modeling, with black craft sand and PVA glue. I only add acrylic paint rarely, as there isn't much need since I'm already using black sand.

   
 
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