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Dragon
08-26-2009, 07:13 AM
Also known as fitting foam glue.

I've recently heard a couple of time that it's good to make props and - most important for me - armor and weapons out of it.

So has anyone tried this yet? If so, how did it work out and how did you use it?
How does one shape it and what kind of glue/colors/etc can you use on it.

I'm grateful for all answers, as I'm planning to use this if it seems promising :)

hayashiox
08-26-2009, 11:39 AM
Also known as fitting foam glue.

I've recently heard a couple of time that it's good to make props and - most important for me - armor and weapons out of it.

So has anyone tried this yet? If so, how did it work out and how did you use it?
How does one shape it and what kind of glue/colors/etc can you use on it.

I'm grateful for all answers, as I'm planning to use this if it seems promising :)

The great thing with polyurethane is that it can applied directly with fiberglass resin without a protective layer.

They use it allot for movie sets, props, etc..