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The earlier mastic modelling video (gelatinous cubes) here: http://youtu.be/G8GCdWqFVos
The second (of at least three) video on making things from mastic. I have also used mastic for quite a few model terrain-making projects, and perhaps I shall show you those one day. This video makes particular use of the transparent quality of certain mastics to create rather a nice flickering flame effect.
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Fire models made from mastic
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