|skippy0001||26 Jun 2012 6:05 a.m. PST|
Yup! Everything from 'cardboard heroes' to buildings. I also use 'tacky' to anchor terrain sheets to matte boards.
|SECURITY MINISTER CRITTER ||26 Jun 2012 6:27 a.m. PST|
I don't paper model,so no!
| Rrobbyrobot ||26 Jun 2012 6:52 a.m. PST|
I've thought about paper, or light cardboard for terrain projects. So maybe.
| Jakar Nilson ||26 Jun 2012 8:21 a.m. PST|
It causes less warpage than liquid glue!
|Ron W DuBray||26 Jun 2012 8:22 a.m. PST|
I find that they do not hold over time.
| Who asked this joker ||26 Jun 2012 10:37 a.m. PST|
Yes. Especially for large parts and large buildings.
| etotheipi ||26 Jun 2012 1:44 p.m. PST|
Great for applying paper to a thicker backing like cardboard.
|Bashytubits||26 Jun 2012 5:12 p.m. PST|
I also find that they do not hold over time. I build a lot of paper buildings. I won't use them anymore.
|Toshach ||26 Jun 2012 8:00 p.m. PST|
I actually three types of glue, including gluesticks. It all depends on the circumstances.
| Gungnir ||26 Jun 2012 10:50 p.m. PST|
I used to use glue stricks exclusively, but lately I've been switching to photo glue.
| vojvoda ||27 Jun 2012 8:13 a.m. PST|
I still like rubber cement.
| FingerandToeGlenn ||27 Jun 2012 1:33 p.m. PST|
They don't hold for long, so they're only good for simple fold overs like figures and walls. The edges don't seem to bond well, either. That said, if you want something in a hurry, they're often the best choice (and pretty much that's all I use on figures).
|Scott Kursk||27 Jun 2012 2:31 p.m. PST|
When I was a teacher, I was a pro-grade consumer of glue sticks. If it's going to be flexed, then a gluestick is probably not your best choice. Rubber cement is really good for that as long as you're careful with the application. Gluesticks are perfect for adding things on top of other like gluing windows or other flat effects on the paper. For folded seams pva glue does a great job.
I found the gel version of "school glue" seems to be a pretty happy medium but it does bleed through paper a bit to much.