Daemonic skin from PVA

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Daemonic skin from PVA

Postby manatic » Fri Jun 16, 2017 10:59 pm

This was a pretty cool tutorial - creating icky, fleshy texture by microwaving PVA. Painted example below.

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http://fantasygames.com.pl/nurgle-daemonic-skin/
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Re: Daemonic skin from PVA

Postby Rev Nice » Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:02 pm

Now that is very interesting!

I'm sure I can put that to good use somewhere...!
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Re: Daemonic skin from PVA

Postby Cait Sidhe » Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:46 pm

That looks vile... so good job I guess.

I do wonder about sticking plasticard in the microwave, is that a good idea?
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Re: Daemonic skin from PVA

Postby Rev Nice » Mon Jun 19, 2017 4:19 pm

Cait Sidhe wrote:I do wonder about sticking plasticard in the microwave, is that a good idea?


Now I can imagine my wife asking me why we have noxious plastic fumes swamping the kitchen and a busted Microwave covered in plastic crap.
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Re: Daemonic skin from PVA

Postby manatic » Mon Jun 19, 2017 7:31 pm

Cait Sidhe wrote:I do wonder about sticking plasticard in the microwave, is that a good idea?

Yeah, probably better to just use a ceramic plate.
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Re: Daemonic skin from PVA

Postby ADB » Mon Jun 19, 2017 7:53 pm

Cait Sidhe wrote:That looks vile... so good job I guess.

I do wonder about sticking plasticard in the microwave, is that a good idea?


Would doubt that you could control the heating as it would go a critical temp very quickly or not at all - I would use a heat gun if hot water does not work.

Remember microwaves work by moving the water molecules in the material and plastic has none...
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