Making Your Own Molds with Green Stuff

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Making Your Own Molds with Green Stuff

Postby -NightGoblinHordeLeader » Tue Apr 26, 2005 8:10 am

Ok, I may have eaten one too many mushrooms (huhuhu) but I seem to recall it's possible to "reverse engineer"/"jury rig" up some odd bitz with green stuff?

I have a bunch of Jungle Tree parts, and only four bases. I could probably make 10 or 12 trees, if not for the bases.

So, I was wondering if anyone has done their own molds for bits like eagles and the like.

If so, please explain.
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