Making Basically-Free Sci-Fi Gaming Terrain from Plastic Sprues #SciFiSunday
YouTuber Nibbly Nobbly Bits is the Guru of Sprue. He takes sprue material (the plastic carries that model parts come on) and cuts them up and glues them into a set of modular gaming terrain for Necromunda and other grimdark and post-apocalyptic sci-fi games.
One of my favorite discoveries that he’s made is that you can melt sprue material in acetone to create a kind of plasticene-like substance that he’s dubbed “Ooey Gooey Spruey.” You can use this as gap filler, as a casting materials, and all sorts of other uses.
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