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Publisher Average Rating. See All Reviews. See all titles 1. Need help? Common Questions FAQ. Contact us. My Library. But the main emphasis is on mould lines. You will need to look at each individual piece to find where the mold line will most probably be. If they are left behind, they will not give the justice that your finished figure should deserve. This Skaven has a line running the length of its head. Metal Miniatures A little bit more attention needs to be paid to metal miniatures.
They may still have mould lines, like plastics do, but to remove them I would suggest Needle Files. As they come in different shapes and sizes, there is no part of any miniature that they won't be able to clean up. The most important thing with files, is to be watching what you are filing. This may sound a bit silly, but I have seen modelers take off more than what they were supposed to. Assembly Once your kit has been cleaned to your satisfaction, there are a few more steps that you should follow.
The first one has to do with plastics. The first thing I do with my large plastic parts is wash then in luke warm water with a very small amount of detergent, and then rinse in clean water.
This will wash away any chemical films that are left behind from the pressurized As well as mould lines, metal miniatures may also have 'Flash' on them.
Flash is the name given to small pieces of metal that have escaped the moulding process due to high pressure , and are barely clinging to the 13 B A S I C S injection process, and let your paint retain a smooth finish when it is applied.
If they are left unwashed, and are painted, blemishes can appear in the paint work, making it look slightly unattractive mind you, any Chaos players may like to leave this effect? MP kits have problems coming together neatly, and parts can have gaping holes where it should be shut tight. The large vehicle kits, like tanks and bikes, should fit together without to much of a problem, and your standard troopers shouldn't either.
When assembling these particular type kits, first see if the pieces fit together, without leaving any gaps. If they do fit, no worries, but if they don't you might like to consider a brand of filler. Such things as air drying modeling clay and two part epoxy fillers are quite a common tool for this type of work.
It's just a matter of gluing your pieces together, following the instructions of the filler and filling the gaps. You don't need to be a sculptor to do this, just patient. The gaps shouldn't be too big hopefully , and they will just require some smoothing over when they are full.
So now all your pieces are ready for assembly. But before gluing anything, I would recommend that you prepare yourself for a couple of steps.
Two things need to be looked at. Gaps and Pinning.
Firstly you should determine whether any of the pieces will need pinning for extra strength. Sometimes the glue alone isn't strong enough to take the weight of larger pieces. To do this you will need two things.
A Pin Vice with small drill bits and some sturdy wire, like the stuff coat hangers are made of. If you want to pin two pieces of a model together you will need to drill a hole into each of them, making sure that they line up together, with the model's pieces in the right position.
Then cut a piece of wire ever so slightly smaller in diameter than the holes you want a snug but not impossible fit. It should be the length of the two holes combined.
Take the wire and glue it into one of the holes. You should have about half the length of the wire sticking out.
When this is dry, glue the rest of the pin into the other hole, making sure that you have glue on the surface of the pieces that will come together. Hold it together so both pieces are in the right position and wait for it to dry. Voila, one pinned model. It isn't as difficult as it may seem. The tricky part is getting everything to line up properly.
Holes, pin and model. Priming a figure also known as undercoating is particular important for two reasons: 1. It gives your paint something to adhere to, which may be a problem for some water based paints on plastic miniatures.
Primers typically come in 2 colors, white and black, although it is possible to find grey and other undercoats of muted colors. Another thing that you will need to be aware of is that all the pieces fit snuggly together.