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Well I've recently finished assembling my FW Dreadnought (Hellfire pattern) and I wanted to wrap some chains around its body to show some...umm...venerableness.
The problem is that real jewelry chain is hard to work with and pose correctly. Any tips for me?
I planned to wrap it in a "X" around each side of the chest/sarcophagus but it keeps becoming skewed by gravity....grrr...
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You can buy chains at any hobby shop for around $4.00. You can also use picture hanging wire, though it looks more like cable than chain.
Hope this helps.
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I dont know if you have acces to this stuff, but at my local hobby store (that isnt Warhammer related....train and stuff mostly) Its a spray that bonds pieces together instantly. It works amazingly on metal pieces, because you put on the superglue, spray on, and viola! your done without fidgetty movement. I cant remember the name of hand, but i would take the chain, drape it over the model the way i wanted, and get somebody else (or your third hand if you have one:ninja: ) to spray it on. Its harder with only one person, because theres lots of little bits to hold. As for chains, i would just go to a Walmart, and get some cheapo jewlery....
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