Beginner's Putty filling tutorial
This is made mainly for those who are new to the resin world. Not amazing by any means, but I feel it's useful, and something I wish I had seen when I was getting into resin.
Putty (Any sandable kind will do, but I've heard Mori Mori is good stuff too)
So this is a particularly bad molding that I decided to repair and make a quick and dirty tutorial for. I'm using sandable molding putty.
Squeezed some putty parallel (not perpendicular) to the crack along the seam. I let it dry for about an hour, then sanded it down. If you notice, there are still gaps that need to be filled.
So I just run putty over it again! This putty is very sandable, so it makes this process easy.
Once it is dry (in an hour), just sand over it again and you have a smooth piece! I may do this 1 more time to fill in some small gaps I see.
Also: I recommend priming with a gray primer after this to check for imperfections.