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Hey everyone, well its my bday tomorrow and my bf got me three brand new models :w00t: . He got me a Tyranid Zoanthorpe, Tyranid brood lord and Tyranid death leaper. Now all of these models are in metal, and ive never made a metal model before. ive noticed nuffing fits nicely so im going to go get green stuff, now i cant get this green stuff till friday and i was wondering if its ok for me to glue everything then put green stuff in or do you have to mold in the green stuff before hand?:wacko:
Ok im soooo silly thats from me btw everyone lol Squishy B is not gay! Sorry everyone
For me the usual process is
2. glue, pin if necessary
3. green stuff
4. re-clean to remove extra GS or glue
If they're small pieces green stuff might hold them in place but otherwise you'll probobly need to glue first then fill gaps with GS.
The meat things seek to destroy ourselves. They hunt us as we hunt them but they are weak and uncertain. Bring them understanding of the power of ourselves through our strength and their fear. The inferior flesh will be entirely destroyed, all fragments will be smashed. Ourselves will fight to the last, all weak flesh must be consumed
OK kool thank you very muchOriginally Posted by Bugs_n_Orks
It is usually fine to glue things together before green stuffing them. I would advise that you consider carefully how much of the model you stick together before you green stuff it though. Certain pieces (arms for example) can impede access to the areas that need green stuffing, making it harder to apply and then mold the putty into the shapes you want. The zoanthrope and broodlord should be fine, but the large arms on the death leaper could be a problem, so its probably best you green stuff that lictor before sticking his/her/its arms on.
Its all common sense really, test fit your models and you will see which limbs will get in the way. Good luck with the models, and HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Oh excellent thanks for that thats exactly what i neededOriginally Posted by rp252