DALEK WEEK: World War II(I though about it and I decided that I'll change the name becuase it is a little dark in some ways lol. So this is now a twisted was of world war 2)
8:36 AM - Hour 6 of German invasion
This was all that Alek could do in the hell that dominated the city. A dark, deep crimson of blood ran through the streets of London. Bodies crowded the ground as the blood of the innocent and both side of the armed forces flowed away over filling the gutters and drainage. Chaos left its devastation behind as the German troopers made their line of armored walkers and foot soldiers over the grand British Empire.
In the middle of Alek's frantic charge down the street he was forced to make a gut crunching stop to quickly find cover because a squad of German soldiers held a small post just a few streets ahead. Slamming his back against a wall's corner he cracked it and a loud pop was the outcome of him forcing the momentum.
Peering over his right shoulder, around the wall he saw that there was o
Maximum Ride oc TemplateBASICSMaximum Ride oc Template3 years ago in Writing More Like This
Strengths (balance these two out!!!):
Favorite of the Flock: (or least favorite, if they hate they Flock)
School (Institute or another lab) History:
Species of Experiment:
WHITE COATS ONLY
How did they get a job wherever?
Have they met the Flock?
Are they the nonexistent so-called 'good white coats'?
(Okay, no idea what else to put here, sooo go crazy)
Repairing latex weaponsBefore you commit yourself to hours of work...Repairing latex weapons3 years ago in Artisan Crafts More Like This
Sometimes it is possible to fix up an old sword without stripping the old latex yet. With some fine grit sandpaper (such as 400 or 800 grit) you can prime the old latex skin so it will bond more easily with a bit of glue before putting some new latex on. If the only thing wrong with a sword is some damage to the latex at the tip of the blade this would save a lot of time.
Stripping: not as fun at it sounds.
Stripping the old latex can be easy or hard, depending on the quality of the coating. Good thick latex skins in good condition are easiest to strip: just peel it off like an old sock. You can use scissors to cut the skin if this helps, but be careful not to damage the foam. Thin latex skins (not common on professionally made weapons) tear easily and are frustrating. Skins which have dried out completely are the hardest to remove: if anyone has a better way to remove those than spending several hours pic