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What do you do to help keep your wraithguard upright? I have some curtain weights which I might be able to modify and add onto the bases, but before I go off on that hair-brained idea I'd like to hear from experienced Eldar modelers how they keep their top heavy wraithguard standing tall.
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I heard someone on here say that they used the slightly larger bases, the ones used for the Avatar of Khaine and Abbadon for example, and it worked great for them. Thats what Im planning on doing when get get some of those bad boys. Hope that helps.
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Now I dont know what part of the world your in, but I tend to break out the tuppences when models become rather unruly and refuse to stay vertical.
Two pence coins have been vital in maintaining the dignity of several of my models ranging from Wraithguard, Hawks and Hormagaunts.
Glued to the undersides of the base they not only stabilise the model but also give them that little bit of extra height to make them even more imposing.
Course it makes the models even more expensive, but 32p for a Hormagaunt brood that stays claws forward instead of face down is worth it for me
Failing that just try some steel washers (little round ones used with bolts) and glue them to the underside. Dirt cheap for a stack of them and they work rather well.
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Completly agree with dcver the best soloution to your problem is gluing a coin to the underside of the base, but if that fails then go for the trusty blue tac, it never lets me down. Put a big blob of it underneath the base so the whole area is filled, then if its still to heavy just put a bit more on and stick it to the table with the tac, Hope this helps
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