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Join date : 2012-04-27
Age : 54
Location : Windsor, ON

PostSubject: Making Sand Bags   Thu Sep 25, 2014 11:47 pm

Thanks to Stince i was going to use
used this putty from the Dollar Store
shape it , cut an old t-shirt , fold to the back , super glue
the cloth stays hard from the glue but the putty is flexable to shape to what you want to put it on or it shapes to the sand bags you place it on Stince wanted me to use tea bags to stain the cloth but i haven't tried that yet i just watered down some browns and black washed it on the cloth and then drybrushed some white onto them

oh and i got a new HL Sherman today  cheers Very Happy

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