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  1. weathering— this is what i love in DG

  2. Usually just use a wet (water) brush and mix towards the paint I want on the pallet. For things like osl I use blending medium from Vallejo.

  3. Look at cult of paint on YouTube. Some good idea videos. For my bases I use a mix of paint, grasses, rocks, mini parts and walls.

  4. Depends what country you are in. I’m in Regional Victoria, Australia and use BNA hobbies online. Just wait until I get enough for free postage

  5. Question unrelated to the painting, if they can print models with pre drilled gun barrels, like on the space marine heros such as the one above, why don't they?

  6. All depends on how the mould is arranged and what type of injection system they use.

  7. For most knights I do, I usually use 1-2mm brass pins in the feet though the base, very much depends how stable the base is and if there is any off balancing of the larger model. If you have left the legs stock then a pin that goes though the ankle area down should be fine.

  8. So my go to is in assembly revel plastic glue and let it melt for about a minute before placing the second part for the join, if there is a small gap after then a small application of tamiya fine putty

  9. A lot of practice and understanding how angles and using the models own shape to mask the airbrush. Hard to explain but boils down to learn on a rhino like model and take your time

  10. Mate so I live in rural Gippsland and until recently had no hobby shop under 2 hours away. Since you are new to the hobby would highly recommend looking at a base colour scheme. My necrons are a dark metal overall than a high light of steel. For a grim inspiration scheme with this add a black oil and thinners or AK streaking grime. Then do a high light for the lenses (yellow, blue, purple, green, whatever just something to stand out). I’ve been in the hobby over 20 years at this point and understand the cost outlay mate.

  11. Mate so I live in rural Gippsland and until recently had no hobby shop under 2 hours away. Since you are new to the hobby would highly recommend looking at a base colour scheme. My necrons are a dark metal overall than a high light of steel. For a grim inspiration scheme with this add a black oil and thinners or AK streaking grime. Then do a high light for the lenses (yellow, blue, purple, green, whatever just something to stand out). I’ve been in the hobby over 20 years at this point and understand the cost outlay mate.

  12. If it’s glued would use a primer close to your finish colour, then darker share via airbrush to show contrast. After that work from inside out and gloss varnish to have save points (any stuff up wipe off)… good luck

  13. Working on the chaos knights box, loving reposing the war dogs and small kitbash on the abominant

  14. Super glue to start with the rocks and harder materials then for the soft stuff thinned PVA 2water:1pva mix

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