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Hi and welcome to the fine scale modeller workshop I'm Erin Skinner today we're going to be filling scenes with putty there are three basic types of filler putty available to modelers there are the old-school solvent based putties like squadron green or Tamiya or testers both make them there are the newer water-based putties like deluxe materials perfect plastic putty in Vallejo and then there are the two-part putties like epoxy sculpt or milliput we'll start with the squadron green here take a little bit out of the tube you kind of want to squeeze your tube out a little bit before you use it just to mix up the ingredients then squeeze a little on to a pallet then take a little bit on an applicator I like to use something disposable like this wooden stir stick and you just want to apply it to the gap that you want to fill you want to apply more of this stuff than you need because it will shrink as it dries and you'll sand away the excess and just get make sure you get it on both sides force it down into the gap as much as possible the thing you'll notice about these kind of putties is that they're pretty thick they're a little stinky too that makes them really useful for filling larger gaps but they can be a little hard to work with it's all it is possible to thin them by adding a little liquid cement to them if you need to get them into the finer gaps but for finer gaps I prefer these newer water-based putties I'll start by again putting a little onto my palette this stuff is much more like the consistency of toothpaste and I will pick a little up on my applicator and I've got this gap at the where the horizontal stabilizer meets the fuselage on the Buffalo and again force it into the gap don't worry about being too clean at the moment one of the advantages of this stuff is that I can take a q-tip with a little water on it and I can actually remove a lot of the excess around it and smooth out the joint and just leave a nice little filled seam there and that's why I like this kind of putty it's easy to use easy to clean up and doesn't smell nearly as bad as the solvent based putties do the final one we're going to deal with are the two-part putties like this epoxy sculpt it's a little bit more involved in preparation than the others it comes in as you can assume by the title two parts you got to be sure not to mix these up or you will contaminate the bottles I'm going to scoop out a little bit of this one put it on my putty I'll use my other hand to remove an equal part of the other part an equal part of the other part makes sense isn't it and then it's just a matter of needing the two parts together you can see that there are two different colors what you want to do is knead them together until they become one uniform color takes a couple minutes usually to do that I find this kind of putty most useful on figures where I have gaps that I want to fill and completely blend in because they're usually cloth or flesh where you don't have seams so...