were to buy polyfiller

Discussion in 'Replica Props' started by DarthJRW, Apr 1, 2006.

  1. DarthJRW

    DarthJRW Well-Known Member

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    anyone know were i can get the stuff???
     
  2. Darth Mule

    Darth Mule Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Wal Mart
     
  3. DarthJRW

    DarthJRW Well-Known Member

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    is there another name for it ? cause i cant find any
     
  4. Blad

    Blad Sr Member

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    Do you mean Polyfilla ? - It's a cellulose based filler, I would have thought it too lumpy for most prop projects myself. :)
     
  5. troopermaster

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    This is the same stuff I use FILLER

    I think polyfilla is a trade name but it's all basically the same stuff.You want the powder type that you mix.The Mangers brand I use is great stuff and it dries solid.
     
  6. DarthJRW

    DarthJRW Well-Known Member

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    im having no luck finding this stuff in the US :(
     
  7. Scapey

    Scapey Sr Member

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    Polyfilla's similar to Plaster Of Paris... Chalky and coarse. What you needing it for?
     
  8. DarthJRW

    DarthJRW Well-Known Member

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    well i was going to use it to make stormtrooper armor but i guess i will use oil based clay instead
     
  9. Jedirick

    Jedirick Sr Member RPF PREMIUM MEMBER

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    Whew. Had a hard time making the jump from pillow stuffing to storm trooper armor. :D

    Might want to try http://www.monstermakers.com/cgi-bin/monst...ER_ID=250179141 paraffin oil based clay. It is a hard clay very suitable for model shaping and holding delicate detail. It is also meltable. Sulfur free.
     
  10. DarthJRW

    DarthJRW Well-Known Member

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    i just ordered the standard gray oil based clay from dickblick art suppilies :D
     

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