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Fast & Dead Cheap Hulk !

Fast & Dead Cheap Hulk !

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As a little bit of planning can go a long way, I will start first with the materials for building the Hulk.

  • The glue : when it comes to glue plastic to MDF, I always go for Polyurethane glue. There is a huge choice of Polyu glue and usually the price vary largely with brand but  also with… packaging. A simple metal-can will always be cheaper and often as easy to use than  any fancy bottle. In this project, a medium can of an unnamed brand and an old ice-cream stick and I am good to go!
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  • The walls: this is the trickiest part of creating a 3D SH. I needed to get something:
    Cheap + Convenient + graphically satisfying
    Not an easy task but I feel like this time I have the solution: plastic wall corner bead. This simple and cheap piece used to protect wall come in various shape and size and it is just perfect:

    • It have that “few” degrees angle that create the oppressive feeling of a Space Hulk corridor
    • It is low and thin enough to be playable and allow easy access to the minis.
    • the usual diamond shape opening and ridge surface give that industrial look as well as simple-low detail surfaces, ideal for tiles batch-painting.
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