Apparently it sold better than they anticipated and they are waiting for more to be made.
Hopefully the next batch will hit stores before Christmas for all of us good boys and girls, lol.
I was able to get a shot of their secret manufacturing process recently, and thought I would share it with you.
You heard it here first, folks!
Anyways below is a repost of Terran Raider's Liquid Green stuff review, with some added pics of sculpts we did with the putty.
You can catch up with this Master of the English Language over on his blog C.R.E.A.M (Change Rules Everything Around Me).
Two days ago, bloodshot eyes at 2AM listening to Dr. Know and debating about what video to game to keep me awake (I ultimately decide on Space Marine, because smashing face with a Thunder Hammer is incredibly gratifying), I get a text message from MBG asking me to write a article.
Editor's note, I'm pretty sure I was sleeping at 2 AM but sure, seems good?......
Okay, on what? Liquid Green Stuff. The most recent contraption from the minds at Games Workshop. With no source material I head to my local game store and pick up two things, the liquid green stuff and a finecast mini to be my test subject (It was the Exalted Hero of Chaos on Daemonic Mount, for those interested).
Now, here I sit, with a pot of glorified gap filler and a mini that needs some serious repair. Luckily, thats just what this Liquid Green Stuff is designed for. It comes in at the price of a paint pot (3.70 before taxes), and you get enough liquid green stuff to fill tons of gaps (hopefully this will not be needed...but the quality of Games Workshop's finecast has been varying..). With that said, I proceed to dive into it.
Opening the pot, my first impression is that it's like a ultra thick foundation paint. It smells like somewhat old bubble gum and looks like it too. After carefully getting a solid paintbrush's full (it's a small brush to fill small gaps) and surprisingly, it does a good job.
Several layers are required as the gap filler with sink into the gap, leaving a dented impression. Unfortunately, the mini I bought had a whole horse full of gaps, and required a whole mess of this stuff.
Luckily, when you prime over it you can not even notice that you used the product.
Satisfied, I began to move onto more of my finecast purchases. Gaps in my Chaos Daemon Flamers of Tzeentch? Filled.
Warriors of Chaos cloaks? Evened out.
And that's just for starters!
I couldn't stop myself until I realized that it was a quarter past 2, and I had to get up at 7AM. Welp. So now, here I sit, bloodshot eyes at 2AM and listening to Dr. Know, with a desk filled with minis that have at least some of this liquid green stuff.
With my gaps filled, I boot up Space Marine for a well deserved kill session. -TerranRaida
Anyone else think its a funny coincidence that the letters for Liquid Green Stuff make the acronym "LGS"? -MBG