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I did several searches and couldnt find anything. (on the forum as well as google, if i missed it please forgive me.)
My question is that on the bottom of one of the legs is a stub type thing, and i have no idea if its supposed to be there or cut off. I also noticed that it fits nicely into the loop hole things under the base. Am i supposed to poke a hole through the base where the loops are and fit the stub there or cut it off?
i just cut it off, but you could put it in the holes if you want. I used greenstuff so it would stay up without it, so I had no problems.
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Yup. The tab on the foot is for inserting in the base.
1. The anally retentive but best way. Use a drill bit the same size as the tab to drill through from the bottom.
2. My way, may result in injury to self and or model/base. Grab utility knife, estimate where hole is located on top of base, center point of knife on base, twist hand to drill/scrape hole to desired size. May also require copious amounts of glue to hold model if hole is too large.
You have been warned!
well i would not recomend the base that is included because its rather small and your tyrant is going to fall i use "fex" bases on my HT after it fell the 5th time.
i noticed, half of one of his feet are hanging off the side for me.Originally Posted by Astroth
Another question, my leaping guants with Scything Talons keep falling forwards (they are unpainted or primed). I was wondering if there was a good way to prevent this. On one of them i took a knife and trimmed down plastic sticking down from the slot and glued in a dime, works great but i was wondering if there was a better way.
Last edited by Nemisal; March 27th, 2005 at 17:39.
Yes, there is a better way. Glue in a penny. You'll save money.
Alternatively, you could save even more money by gluing a small rock on the back. It'll look ok once the base is flocked.
or maybee make the taloon tuch the ground to support it. ive used alot of sand to keep them standing but on a unflat surface its impossible to make them stand correct.
btw i painted 48 gaunts in 4 sessions ;D
I dont like having the model touch the ground other than at the feet unless its mean to be that way, besides, they are already glued.
yeah but you can use a knife