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Just discovered Green Stuff World
« on: November 18, 2022, 07:55:38 AM »
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Has anyone used the company? and If this has been posted, sorry for doing it again.


https://www.greenstuffworld.com/en/
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Re: Just discovered Green Stuff World
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2022, 08:11:53 AM »
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Looks interesting, so thanks! Do they have a US-based distributor? Shipping from Spain will have the usual time and expense issues as other European countries.

I have to chuckle at "Green Stuff World". What, exactly, does that mean? My guess is they started with their texture rolling pins in green modeling clay. I know there's a premium these days on Internet domain names that actually relate the business (damn squatters!), but "green" has a whole 'nuther meaning having nothing to do with hobby supplies. And it's still "Green Stuff World" on their Spanish web pages and not "Mundo de Cosas Verdes". Weird.

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Re: Just discovered Green Stuff World
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2022, 10:39:38 AM »
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I stumbled on them doing a "seafoam" search. They sell "seafoam" armitures.
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Re: Just discovered Green Stuff World
« Reply #3 on: November 18, 2022, 08:46:44 PM »
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Okay - I guess an introductory to the other hobby businesses would be useful here.

That site carries a lot of the same type of products you can get from a variety of Gaming and Model related manufacturers. Many of these are from Spain, or other parts of Europe; but have a fair number of US/Canada retailers (Gaming and Model shops) that carry their lines.

The Army Painter - obviously has a line of paints, quite good actually, and also has a line of scenery supplies and the like under their "Basing" collection.
https://www.thearmypainter.com/

Scale75 - is mostly paints (also quite good) and has some scenery oriented supplies as well.
https://scale75.com/

AMMO by Mig Jimenez - very wide range of quality paints and other supplies. Increasingly popular with modelers of armor, ships, aircraft etc. Does also have some diorama supplies.
https://www.migjimenez.com/en/

AK Interactive - another well established model paint/products company with a wide range of goodies.
https://ak-interactive.com/

Acrylicos Vallejo - last, but certainly not least. Very wide range of paints and other supplies that has been around in Europe almost as long as Andreas Colour has.
https://acrylicosvallejo.com/en/

The only issue is the modest number of Game and/or Model shops left that actually carry these lines over here. With the pandemic and all of the supply chain issues, there has been some fallout.