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After much work and pain, I've figured out why GW paints after they model. I was going to put together a marine last night and I didn't wanna cover up the chest because of how pretty it was, but I also didn't want his bolter to be as low as I can get it like several of my other models. So, facing this conundrum, I figured out why GW paints last; so they don't have to worry about covering good work. That said, I still have no clue what I'm going to do with that marine.
that makes absolutely no sense to me... but as long as it does to you.
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I would recommend a dry run with blue tack so you can see what parts of the model will be obscured when you finally assemble it.