Last week we had to take a trip out.
This trip consisted of a long long drive down to the south coast of England to drop off this fantastic forge world creation, painted and interchangeably weaponized by our Mike Mee.
We need to do this to make sure such a prize gets to the client in the best condition possible.
Craig was over the moon with our service and we thank him for sending such a great project our way!!!!
Set contains all parts need to build Hornet Jetfighter. Model is designed to fit 28mm tabletop wargames scale (model length from front to tail is 115mm, and wingspan of about 120mm) also it is compatible with aircraft bases and all vehicle weapons available on webstore.
Greetings heretics. Nord here with another tutorial, albeit a different on that I usually do. For the first time, I will be doing a tutorial that is not about painting, but about magnetizing.
I scoured the net for a tutorial on how to magnetize a Helbrute but I couldn't find anything that didn't require me to cut, molest and greenstuff various parts of the model. As I prefer to have the model as intact as possible, I thought it would be of interest to you all to know that there IS a way to do it.
My method described below requires no cutting, no removal of parts and no greenstuff to work. We will aim to keep the model as intact as possible, so it doesn't seem like it's magnetized at all.
So let's get started!
Table of contents:
1 - Requirements
2 - Before we get started: Tips on magnetizing
3 - Armsockets,... [Read More]
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