Hobbytown USA has it too… though I find that the Terracotta stuff is difficult to work with. Very grainy and clay-like (I s’pose for good reason). I’ve managed to make ONE axe head with it using the Dremel method, and it doesn’t look TOO terrible.
Milliput worked fine with me. It crumbles easy during the sculpting (so you have to keep it wet with water)… And it’s less sticky than greenstuff. I also found that once painted (with GW’s colors) it’s very easy to chip and scratch it. I usually pass a couple of layers of PVA glue to prevent this effect, or a dozen of black layers.
I usually use millipiut to sculpt terrain and bases, because it’s cheaper than greenstuff!
The stuff in the red box was awful. I only use it for making filler which I cover over with greenstuff since I want to use it up. The superfine just crumples or doesn’t set. I’ve tried mixing it in different quantities and that hasn’t helped at all.
Fimo or sculpy are much more useful if you want a cheaper alternative.
I swear by Terracotta Milliput…i use it even more than greenstuff!
I find it very usefull as a ‘before extreme detail’ layer, to get a smooth surface to sculpt on, so its good for smooth skin and such, but its always best to use alot of water, as it does crumble if not properly lubricated…
Its also very good to use on large models, some of my examples:
And on normal sized models…
And dont even get me started on a GS/Milliput mixture…as GRNDL knows more than well