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Heh, I just acquired some 30 DE Spearmen from a friend but they are alas shieldless - i do not know what he did with the shields and nor does he (probably smoked them). I definitely do NOT WANT TO waste money buying $30 dollars worth of shields or whatever they cost from GW so I want to make some - anyone have any experience modelling shields from scratch?
I have some styrene and I was thinking of cutting little shields out and bending them with wife's curling iron - then painting them - seems iffy at best and dangerously hot - anyone have another idea?
Is your wife okay with this?
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
CBrate, yes, my wife is ok with me using her curling iron. Andusciassus, thanks for the idea about hair dryer (don't have hot air gun though) - is it possible to boil styrene in water to make it soft - malleable then toss it into cold water to set it?
The other alternative is to make individual shields out of AB putty - waaaay to much work though i think.