|The full haul|
|An unplanned purchase|
|The book was unplanned as were the average dice; the steel bases and the resin cargo bits were planned|
|The Pulp Figures pack was unintended; the GZG stuff next to it was a "see how they look" plan|
|Bit of a SNAFU with these Essex cavalry...|
|Static grass and a Flock Box from Warpainter|
|Who is the evil criminal genius of Salutesville?*|
|Contents of the Flock Box package|
This morning I went out to get some batteries and some silicone paper to test it out. It turns out that the greaseproof paper I bought wasn't the siliconised variety. However, I'd also bought some parchment paper with and without foil backing. They were siliconised and seemed to work well, especially the foil-backed one. Why do you need siliconised paper? For making tufts of course - the silicone allows you to peel them off for sticking onto bases. I also tried it with PVA on a figure base - it worked very well for that too.
Now I just need to buy myself a plastic-handled metal sieve and I'll be all set to mass produce tufts for myself.