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After a few years of collecting bitz, I am now rebuilding my Iron Hands army.
To start off, I decided to update my Techmarines and build a new Iron-Father. So I stripped down my old minis and started off new...
Updating my Iron Hands
Take a look if you like.
Those look great, nicely done. Now lets see them painted.
Xbox Gamertag: x Helbrecht x
Nice job, liked the idea of a big soldering iron. Get them painted and post some more pics
Life is too serious to be taken seriously
Lookin sharp, can't wait to see 'em painted.
I can't wait to see them painted up. They look great.
Baby, when I'm the voice of reason, we've got problems!~artificerSomeone should stop
Jervis "let's make it easy enough for a 3 year old to play" Johnson
before he turns 40k into checkers~anon
They look fantastic! I especially liked the Iron Father. What did you use to strip the paint? They look remarkably clean.
Pain is life, while I feel pain I still live, and while I still live I will seek vengance.We are few but strong in will
The last with pagan blood
We fought the world with burning steel
Now we sit in Hall of Gods
Hose them down with Easy-Off oven cleaner and seal them in an airtight plastic container for about twenty minutes.Originally Posted by sonofslaanesh
Then take them out (you'll need rubber gloves for this) and brush them with a stiff plastic brush under running water.
Not only does this strip off the paint, but has the added side-effect of breaking down super-glue so you can take the mini apart as well.
And its effect on plastic?