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Angrychutney

Blooded
Okay evening folks another update for ya all ..... Finished piecing together my plasma caster today and my bio mask arrived yesterday, woo hoo well happy with both of them.... And I decided to have another go at the back pack as it didn't look right to me ..... Here are the pics....

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Angrychutney

Blooded
Quick question for anybody reading/following tgis thread. My led lights have arrived for my bio what is the best glue for fixing them ...

Superglue
Hot glue
Contact glue

Sure ive read someware that certain glue melts the wires but can't remember where I read it.
 

Shogun

Hunter
Angrychutney of course i can help with that simple question.... i used "silicone calking" ... you know the stuff we use to fill the joints on the walls and such :D (y)
 

Tallon

Blooded
Hot glue I would recommend for anything other than wires, so I guess contact glue would be best, but in small amounts.
 

Angrychutney

Blooded
Hi again folks dreads and bio this time .... So I got my lights in and stable (pic) and the dread hat in and happy. I've figured out that if I feed 3 short lengths of gardin wire in the end of the dread that attaches to the head I can manipulate the angle of the bend (pic) and it gived me a secure anchor point. Will painting and sealing give it a dangley motuon. Ive read guides and watched you tube vids but they are so many contradictions. All feed back is so helpdfull.

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Angrychutney

Blooded
Okay so my mesh bodysuit arrived today and couldn't help but try it on (apologies for the pic but I know it will better when my skin suit is on under it) and yeah we were wallpapering at the time


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Angrychutney

Blooded
THE PAINT UP

I was really apprehensive about painting/weathering as I had never attempted anything like this before but this whole procedure is new to me and didn't want to have to redo parts again. I am glad to say that thanks to the forums here and plenty of YouTube guides I am more than happy with how its turning out. Again any feedback is greatly appreciated.

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