Was it gobro store you ordered from? I think it's called wanzer store now.Funny enough they got delivered bout an hour ago. I just opened it. The quality is like a solid 95%. Few extra mold lines, and a few cracks and a break or two from 30 days of shipping in a lousy box. But being that I play orks I'm going to chopping stuff anyhow lol. Everything I got was a newer plastic model except for 1 old fantasy warboss on a boar.
The pewter recast has alot of super fine extra flashing.
But for $48 a full knight castellian looks great. View attachment 235300
*my 6yr old phone camera sux
Ohh very good question. I honestly hadn't thought about the hover thing on the base. Hmm. I'll look around and see what I can find.Super crisp and clean dude. It's looking really good already. Any specific plans for the base yet? Flying/hovering can do such crazy cool stuff sometimes
I don’t have anywhere good really. I just rotate models around in my hobby room on a couple different shelves.
There are a number of things you can use to fill seams and gaps but I haven't had the need to when I build GW models so I have no experience with it. That said in the model plane world most seams are filled with something like tamiya white putty or thick superglueI don’t have anywhere good really. I just rotate models around in my hobby room on a couple different shelves.
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Your figures look good, you’ve improved a lot over the last couple months. You should start looking into filling your gaps from assembly. The flashing and gaps are detracting from your paint jobs now. Those shoulder pads >< Liquid Green Stuff is what I use. There’s some other stuff out there I’ve never tried, miliput and that ‘As Seen on TV’ UV glue.
I bought a shades of green set from them. I like the colors but the consistency is so fuckin weird I am not able to use it like all of my other brands. It’s like chalky, or lumpy, idk how to describe it. It kind of smears and is uneven and brush strokes show up really easily. It’s great for dry brushing though so that’s really all I use it for. Will never buy any again because other brands work for dry brushing as well and I’d rather have my paints serve all the purposes I need.Oh also. Do any of you guys in the USA use scale 75 paints? And know where to buy them thst isn't the website or amazon? I wanted to pick up 2 colors but 8 bucks in paint was 8.50 in shipping lol