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Goop FX

Postby Archives » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:15 pm

BrentM3484
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10/04/06 at 08:23 AM Reply with quote #1

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Ed, Dr, and Patti,

I recently purchased 3-D superhero molds and have used all of our FX goop on the detail work(they look fantastic), now my son's friends are asking for me to make figures for them. Are any of you working on FX? I haven't ordered superplastic yet so i don't know how thick it is and if it can be mixed for FX use.

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Re: Goop FX

Postby Archives » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:16 pm

pattigoop


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10/13/06 at 11:39 PM Reply with quote #2

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Hello CC Fans,

I too am working on a goop FX. Have been for several months. It's been very hard to get that same thick consistency that doesn't run at all, plus not to have the goop FX bake harder than regular goop. Also, the bottle or tube is very hard to find with a detail tip. So hard, that I gave up on it for awhile.

What colors are you going to have Ed and Dr?

What colors does everybody want? Same as Toymax had, or different?

Now after seeing Ed's photo, I will have to come up with a different name. Ha Ha! I was going to call it ''Detailing'' also.

Any name ideas?

thanks

Patty

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Re: Goop FX

Postby Archives » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:17 pm

Edouglass


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10/14/06 at 10:49 AM Reply with quote #3

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I think,, you should gear your line towards 60's, hippy, tie dyed, Flowers, pastel, Cool,
trippy, stuff,,,
find a copy of "lets get together" light some black lights, burn some incense, fix a cup of herbal tea,,, and then the ideas will flow,,
Like far out man,,,,

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Re: Goop FX

Postby Archives » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:17 pm

plasticmelter


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11/15/06 at 01:17 PM Reply with quote #4

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The F/X tubes sound interesting... I for one, would like to see some contrasty colors like Black and White (for eye details, etc.), and I agree with the others about some pastel and complimentary detailing colors. I am looking forward to trying them. I appreciate all you guys' efforts in continuing the fun without depending upon Toymax/Jakks for goop.

Burt

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Re: Goop FX

Postby Archives » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:18 pm

omnichi
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11/18/06 at 04:15 PM Reply with quote #5

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Hi all,

My mother is an artist. Recently a friend came back from an art conference with some special detailing pen tips. These let you put paint into a bottle and use the paint like a pen. I'm going to find out all the information for all us Goopsters. I'll get some and try them and keep you all informed.

Joseph

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Re: Goop FX

Postby Archives » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:19 pm

Edouglass


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11/18/06 at 05:58 PM Reply with quote #6

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There metal tips with adapters to go onto The Plaid line of paints,, there really nice and fine tipped,,, problem is I wanted to get them to resell on my website,, they are really expensive,, its was like $6 to $8 for a pack of 3 sizes,,, and they also were hard to locate,, The good Dr has come up with a line of fine tip dispenser pens that should work pretty good,,, but those other tips are nice and maybe adaptable to use right off a 2oz bottle,,, Plaid enterprises Inc, Norcross GA
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Re: Goop FX

Postby Archives » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:20 pm

omnichi
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11/19/06 at 02:31 AM Reply with quote #7

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Patty has also started selling her detail Goop:

http://cgi.ebay.com/DEETAIL-PATTI-GOOP- ... ategoryZ72 7QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem?hash=item290052156476

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Re: Goop FX

Postby Archives » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:20 pm

omnichi
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11/19/06 at 02:42 AM Reply with quote #8

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The link for those steel needle tips I heard about is:

http://www.waterbasedinks.com/Merchant2 ... pplicators

They are indeed expensive: $28 for five tips with bottles and caps. I believe they would be pretty durable, but not sure if they would work with Goop or Superplastic, so it is risky (for poor me at least) to buy them.

I've never used detailing FX Goop pens, so I am very curious about them. It might be better for me to buy from Patty, Dr. Goop or Ed when I can.

Thanks,
Joseph

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Re: Goop FX

Postby Archives » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:21 pm

pattigoop


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11/27/06 at 04:20 PM Reply with quote #9

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Hi all CC fans!

I have been selling the Deetail goop on ebay for a few days now. I have red, black and white to start with. hope to have more colors later this week.

I just read the latest on the forum just now, and remarkably so, the bottles I am using are made to fit those metal tips. I had found those too, but they were too expensive to try and sell. they do fit, if you already have some. once you have used them for a certain color, it would be extremely hard to clean them for another color.

I have a background in doing fabric painting and dyeing, so I happened to have one of those tips. they are also used for henna dyes for tatoos, which I know nothing about. the tips are also used to add resist to stretched silk for painting.

do you think I should offer those tips for a special package deal.??? it would be expensive...

if you want to see the Deetail goop:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi ... &rd=1&rd=1

thanks a bunch,

Patty

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Re: Goop FX

Postby Archives » Sat Jan 02, 2010 9:23 pm

photogzick
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11/30/06 at 12:56 PM Reply with quote #10

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I just purchased Patti-Goop detailed goop from Patty on ebay! WHAT A GREAT PRODUCT! I used it in my old Dragon molds and it worked GREAT! No burning! I highly reccommend this product!


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