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Broken glass 28 Dec 2009 04:39 #1

Hello

Just made a SBS of how to make broken glass on vehicles

White glue on thin plastic (the kind you wrap around food)


Spread it out to a thin layer


Sprinkle on De luxe materials Icy Sparkles


Let it dry and peel it off the plastic.


Cut to size and glue it onto the vehicle



To simulate broken glass on the ground simply sprinkle on the Icy Sparkles to the ground and secure it with Mig Pigment fixer.


Per Olav
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Re:Broken glass 28 Dec 2009 05:27 #2

Hey what a great idea Per Olav!
These simple ideas costing next to nothing are the best in my opinion...
That said, I think the glass you are simulating would be more suited to modern scenes as it seems to have the appearance of the shatterproof stuff we use nowadays? Or it is different in older vehicles or I'm talking through my hat :blink: :laugh:
How does the method work sans 'sparkles' for an intact pane of glass?
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Re:Broken glass 28 Dec 2009 05:54 #3

BradJ wrote:
Hey what a great idea Per Olav!
These simple ideas costing next to nothing are the best in my opinion...
That said, I think the glass you are simulating would be more suited to modern scenes as it seems to have the appearance of the shatterproof stuff we use nowadays? Or it is different in older vehicles or I'm talking through my hat :blink: :laugh:
How does the method work sans 'sparkles' for an intact pane of glass?
Brad

Hello

Brad B)


Per Olav :)
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Re:Broken glass 28 Dec 2009 17:49 #4

Thanks for the Excellent SBS Per Olav :)
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Re:Broken glass 28 Dec 2009 20:12 #5

Hi Per Olav,

Thats a great tip .Thanks

The VW is looking the part B) very nice

Cheers
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Re:Broken glass 29 Dec 2009 03:27 #6

*Rummages for hat*

I see the photo is adequate evidence mate ;)
Question still stands though; is it viable to use this method to achieve an intact pane of glass?
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Re:Broken glass 29 Dec 2009 09:29 #7

BradJ wrote:
Question still stands though; is it viable to use this method to achieve an intact pane of glass?
Brad

Hello Brad

If I understand right, yes, I think the best way would be to glue the Icy sparkles directly to the original intact windshield. They are very tiny so the thickness should be no problem. The transparency will be very bad though..

Regards

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Re:Broken glass 29 Dec 2009 11:32 #8

Hello Per Olav,

Thanks so much for this great tip, it looks easy to do and the effect is realy beautifull. Going to try this soon!

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Re:Broken glass 31 Dec 2009 07:54 #9

Neat trick thanks for sharing.
Cheers
John
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Re:Broken glass 20 Jan 2010 14:08 #10

Hi Mate!

What a nice trick!

Que grande eres!!!!
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Re:Broken glass 26 Jan 2010 04:02 #11

Another quality tip. That does look good!!

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