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|03-09-09 09:15 PM|
Originally Posted by General Panic View Post
had a bit of trouble with the greater daemon of tzneech. pinning all the way. and a dollop or two if GS and it was good. then my buddy knocked it off the table........
wings stayed on! lost its head and staff bit.
|03-09-09 07:57 PM|
|Captain Stillios||Definitly the furisoso dreadnought SO MANY SMALL METAL PARTS!!!!!!!|
|03-09-09 07:53 PM|
|covey||mine would definately be the flipping Necron metal models, every time I try to stick them on they fall off after any others would be fine, oh, and necron warriors, the legs actually break off, just after using about a week, the feet break from the legs, WTF|
|03-09-09 07:16 PM|
|Vampboi||I hate the Obliterators most so far. Damn little itty bitty weapon parts that don't fit properly into the holes anyway. And what is with the assault cannon bit? They can't even fire an assault cannon.|
|03-09-09 01:43 PM|
|your master||gonna change mine to a ravener i spent all night tring to put one together and now i hate bloody nidsthey make me so mad|
|03-08-09 10:05 PM|
Old metal Wraithlords... First time modeling, all I had was a stick of super glue from the dollar store. Lets just say I spent hours holding every piece together and waiting for it to dry. The next time i went into the store to get another model I discovered the "instant dry" stuff for super glue and was like
All those hours...
|03-08-09 01:33 AM|
In my experience, it's the Necron Pariah. That stupid gun is attached to the body by such a piece of metal smaller than the pins I use.
I've made 10, and 8 broke during assembly.
|03-07-09 08:36 PM|
|Ordog||Landspeeder....and the tracks from the chimera-box sucks.....|
|03-07-09 08:24 PM|
|scruff||I haven't done that many models, so I haven't experienced a lot of your pains, so i'll go with ANY Baneblade. Hated it completely...|
|03-07-09 08:11 PM|
For me I mainly only worked with plastic models, and now I have just strated a IG Army, and building my first Hellhound, arg I hate metal and plastic,
First the fuel tanks dont fit at all, so file and file and file and file, then bend parts to get them to fit, and bend back, now the turret needs to be done.
Who ever came up with the bright idea to put a plastic turrent top on a metal base needs to shot in the head several times.
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