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how do I add the resin pieces? They are way too high to just glue on.
File them down a LOT. It takes a while but its worth it in the end. Make sure you do it somewhere well ventilated though.
You can also use pieces of Green Stuff, Blu-Tac or else large puddles of PVA. It would help avoid the filing method, as ArtificiallyEnhanced did remind you of the hazards of resin dust.
"Tau Commandment #226: Participants who use Velocity Trackers in the Tau Clay Pigeon Tournament will be disqualified"
Mine were like that I used one of the large files my dad has out in the garage. A few strokes and it took some of the hight straight off.
Am I the only one, but do the resin pieces in that kit smell like cat piss? They smell like cat piss to me, even after I ashed them to remove the foul odour. You can use a knife to cut the pieces down but be careful as it's easy to cut yourself with and use the green stuff to build up the base at the same time as people said. Here is a link to one of my Hive tyrant's, it uses loads of those renin bits on it's base and it might help you to look at how I used them. The Tyrant is down at the bottom of the page and there are more pics of it and it's resin base-bits on the page after too. Tyranids pictures by Leech-man - Photobucket
Carbamide is used in the manufacture of some plastic resins.
Carbamide used to be known as Urea and yes, it can be found in urine.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
Well, there ya go, you learn something new every day.
Yup, I learnt that I've been accidentally inhaling pee dust.
So anyway, I hope you've managed to make some progress with your bases dude! Can't wait to see some piccies of your stuff!