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Evening guys.


Bit of a daft question from an old long fang like me but what the hell. What's best for gluing these things? It's a weird - slightly glossy - paper. I'm thinking of using PVA as normal, but if there's anything that would be more suitable, give me a yell :good:
 

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Bro, I usually use watered down PVA when working with banners, flags etc.

I used the same to 'bind' the rifle slings for my British Infantry. It kept the paper sturdy but with a degree of flexibility.
 

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Cheers bro, I've got the PVA out at present. :good:

Once that's on, I need to make a trip up to the store for some long grass as I intend to base them like this:
 

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Very nice Japs by the way? Where did you get the grass? It'd be ideal as beach grass for my USMC.
I can't claim the credit for those I'm afraid. It's an image I lifted off google.
It looks like the "tufts" from the Army Painter range to me. :)
 

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I can see a brush getting trimmed in the not too distant future....
 

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Try MiniNatur. Army Painter use the same stuff but a less broad range, smaller packages and higher price (because that's what Army Painter do ). Or some model train supplier.

Which of Warlord's WW2 minis come with flags?

I used the flags that come with Victrix and Perry minis and they're the same stuff I'm pretty sure (*insert some slight against Warlord Games here because I'm in the mood to insult popular, successful things* :D ) PVA should work nicely. What I started doing with flags lately is putting a small sheet of aluminium foil between the two halves. This way you can make sharper folds and the whole thing ends up being a bit more rigid. Adding a thin layer of PVA on top of everything in the end should work well too. Either that or varnish.
 

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All done and dusted - again, bar the basing. :)
 
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