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How am i suppose to put this model together i know how the plaquinn goes but ive got a clear plastic circle thing with a hole and 2 clear plastic posts. do i need to make a hole in the base to put one of those posts in?
thats a flying stand it can be used instead of the base or you can as u just suggested in your question put a small hole in the base to use the Stick this is to make it look like the slann is Floating in mid air
ok but diest the base have to be sqaure so i cant use the round thing. and i cant glue the round thing on top of the base as its bigger. Ive noticed on the underside of the base are lots of little round holes maybe if i drlled through the middle one. Just not sure whether that would hold the weight of the model.
Yep, you need to use the square base. I'm not exactly sure why the round one is in there, other than the fact that the clear plastic pole and the round base together make up a standard large flying base, and you usually see the parts together.
Like you guessed, the best way is to drill through the square base through the middle of one of those cylinders on the underside. The pole should fit fairly nicely in there and stay solid with glue. The potentially unstable bit is where the pole enters the bottom of the palanquin, as the hole probably isn't a snug fit. I put some greenstuff in the hole, then pushed the pole into that, so the gaps filled in and the Slann is more stable.
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I got some small circular plastic bead holders from the dollar store. Glued it to the base, then glued the slann on top. Glued cotton balls to the cylinders to make it look like the slann is floating on a cloud. Made him really stable.
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