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Is it just me or has anybody else had trouble with getting the arms on skeleton warriors to set properly with plastic glue?
I assume you mean the VC ones?
Yes, sadly, I think they were a nightmare to glue on, but after a few tries, you get the hang of it.
5000p. High Elves
Are you using GW poly cement? Yes
Theres your problem, i dont know what they have done but it now crap. chck out places like model zone for effective (and cheaper) alternatives
WELL SAID, NO MORE SQUATS THEY ARE DEAD GET OVER ITOriginally Posted by artificer
Am I using GW poly cement? Erm of course not so that's not my problem.
It's the plastic itself it doesn't seem to set strong, it remains jelly like no matter which cement I use... So I just use super glue
Ps. Threadomancy is baaad...
Brokendoll Miniature Painting - (Coming Soon)
Muse2k8's Painting Antics (WIP and Finished Models thread)
Dark Lord Malak , vampire and necromantic overlord says....
Get you skeleton wariors from Mantic Games.
I raised my Endless Hoard for a mere £99.99
Contains me obviuosly, on my trusty undead steed .(In quality white metal.)
A 10 man regiment of my elite undead knights,(in plastic-resin, like 'failcast' but without the flaws or stupid price tag.)
And highly detailed plastic kits for ;-
40 skeleton warriors , with 2 command groups ,(to make 2 units of 20 if you want to.)
20 Elite skeletoms with command.
30 ghouls .
(And a skull catapult. To be used with Kings of War rules included FREE in the box along with EIGTH balanced army lists...)
130 plastic infantry 10 plastic resin cavalry and 1 metal character, and rules and army lists for less than £100.
Seriuosly cool minatures (28mm true scale) that are easy to assemble and a joy to paint.And so much better value for money than the GW ones...
What better threadromancy than from a seasoned necromancer ...Mwah hah hah haaaaa!