Rolling Pin - Paving

15,00 €
incl. 19% VAT , plus shipping costs
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Rolling pins that can be used to press constantly repeating patterns onto modeling clay. Available in different textures - whether fantasy, classic or futuristic, you will find a suitable pattern for every design!

Cobblestone paving - suitable for pedestrian zones, paths and also castle courtyards. This pavement, laid in the scale bond, is a special eye-catcher for your bases, gaming tables and dioramas - whether for feudal worlds in Warhammer 40K or magnificent city avenues for Age of Sigmar.

  • Made of clear PMMA plastic with excellent non-stick properties
  • Non-toxic
  • Length: 14.50 cm
  • Diameter: 2.5 cm (1 inch)

How to use it:

  1. If necessary, mix the modeling clay according to to the manufacturer's recommendations. We achived good results with Green Stuff, Brown Stuff or Milliput Standard. The softer the modeling clay, the more difficult it is to work with. Kneadable masses are therefore best suited.
  2. Roll or spread the modeling clay about 1-2mm thick on the surface to be textured (e.g. the base of your model). For an even impression, the surface of the modeling clay should be as smooth as possible. You can use a smooth rolling pin and silicone guide rings for this.
  3. Depending on the type of modeling clay, it is advisable to wet the textured roller with water (and a little washing-up liquid if necessary) to prevent it from sticking. With milliput, it helps to let it dry a bit after rolling it out. Modeling petroleum jelly also works well. A trial run will help you to find the right technique for the material you are using.
  4. Move the rolling pin slowly and with even pressure over the prepared modeling surface.
  5. After the textured modeling clay has hardened, cut off any protruding edges with a sharp knife, or cut the workpiece into parts - e.g. as ruins - and glue them to the surfaces to be decorated.
  6. Immediately after working with the rolling pins, use a scratching brush, toothbrush or root brush and lukewarm water (or detergent) to remove any residue on the rolling pin. If the mass collects in the pattern during texturing, change the technique (e.g. allow Green Stuff and Milliput to harden a little or wet the roller with washing-up liquid)!

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