Toy soldiers, wargames and modelling madness.
That two-part epoxy moulding compound/filler-stuff (I instantly can't remember the name of, nor find the box which I know is here somewhere) makes excellent replacement tusks.If you've got the yellow one, even better as it mixes to an greenish ivory and you don't have to faff about with paint...roll a worm of it with two pointed ends, cut it in half and set the two bits in opposite sides of a tea-spoon (gently so they don't stick), you get matching, inward turning, curved tusks next morning (if you do it before you go to bed!).H
Hugh WalkerThanks for the tip. I must confess that it hadn't dawned on me that the tusks were missing!
Milliput! Yellow milliput...and I'm afraid any Britains elephant under a tenner these days is usually a tusk-related bargain!
That gorilla is wearing lipstick ...
I may regret asking this but what are you going to use them for (the animals that is)?Cheers,Pete.
Lets hope the milliput adheres with the CITES ban!
A strange triplet came home from tripplesAramis, ape and Elli's srrivsl made riplesSaid Aramis to Ape if our mouths did gapeThen the party would all be cripples.
Kaptain Kobold Well I'm not going to tell him - are you?
PeteYou've been reading this rubbish for years - and you still think there's a plan?
Paul FosterI think we'll write off the missing tusks as the work of poachers and forget all about it - don't you?
Ross MacLess than £1 worth of crap and still it moves you to verse?
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