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09-26-15 09:03 PM
falcoso Fo metal models the gaps tend to be bigger and give the delicacy of metal models I would say use normal green stuff over liquid green stuff
09-25-15 08:41 PM
Kreuger Regular greenstuff is the way to go.
09-25-15 10:50 AM
Dave T Hobbit The metal Screamers are right pickles for going together.

I recommend pinning the tail with two parallel pins so they resist torsion, then - as Haskanael says - green-stuffing the join.
09-24-15 02:55 PM
Haskanael you could seal it with some liquid green stuff or normal green stuff.
09-24-15 02:44 PM
Ruka
Assembling Metal Screamers

Hi all.

I've recently aquired 3 NiB metal Screamers of Tzeentch.

Im trying to assble them but I am really struggling to do so without a huge seam where the tail joins the body.

Any tips?

Thanks in advance

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