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Good ( early ) morning,
I am adding purity seals, to my Space Marine force.
I would like to know, what type of paper strips I should use?
I was thinking of grabbing a sheet of xerox, from my dad's copier, but didn't know if its the right kind of paper for the job.
Thanks in advance.
Stay away from paper, it held on my first 'nought for a few years sans use, and is now teetering on the brink of being torn off, and leaving it looking absurd, despite the lack of gaming.
Marines - All built, 4/5 painted. Tau - 3/4 built, 0 painted. 'crons - 1/2 built, 1/2 painted.
I suck at staying on task.
Thanks for the imput.
REP for you.
I'd recommend very thin plastic card. You can warp it after holding it near (near, not on) a light bulb for a few seconds and it's easy to cut to shape. Plus it's plastic so it's super easy to glue to your plastic marines.
As an alternative, most marine kits now come with massive amounts of extra purity seals. they might be waaaay easier.
No more NG spearmen, thanks! Now I need some pump-wagons!
I wasn't aware, that the set,s can come with extra seals.
I will look out for them, when I start to grab more boxes.
REP for you!
Oh, good idea on the Plasticard as I'd like to make some more seals for my large marine as well. Iw as thinking about making them in modeling putty or green stuff but plasticard seems better and more durable. I'd have to go buy some though...