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Is pinning absolutely necessary? I used loctite superglue, followed by a gapfilling superglue from my hobby shop, and it seems pretty strong - I'm not planning on throwing them against walls or anything. Also, should I try and pull off the guns on the fexes before I paint, or is it ok to paint them fully assembled? Finally, should I keep the big skull crests off the zoanthropes before I paint them, or is it ok to fully assemble everybody before they get the spray primer?
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All this is pretty much up to each induvidual painter. Painting models without arms on makes it easier to paint them. When I paint models unasembled it usually takes longer to paint, because it lowers my motivation for painting when I don't have a complete model coming alive in front of me. So I usually paint models assembled. I usually don't paint the hard to get to parts(like behind guns or backpack) as those areas usually doesn't show.
If an opponent lifts my spacemarines to see if I've painted my spacemarines in the crotch and behind the bolter I shove the flamer template up his nose, Yelling:
-BLEED FOR ME YOU FOUL SPAWN OF THE WARP!
Ave Dominus Nox!