Started by mmcv, 14 April 2020, 06:00:57 PM
Quote from: fred. on 26 April 2020, 09:17:12 AMWith your option 2 I think you will have problems with sand getting under the figures bases, which will stop them sticking well.With option 1 I tend to careful add a bit of the PVA/paint mix to the edges, and any largish flat top areas of the base (avoiding the feet). The style of cast figure base does vary between ranges, some are quite thin, slope up and can be textured. Others can be a bit thicker and have a much squarer edge, these are harder to hide the edges in the basing material.
Quote from: steve_holmes_11 on 27 April 2020, 07:30:07 AMI can't compete with the fine examples above, so I'll advocate a simple principle.The smaller the scale, the less you want to re-base.By the time you reach 10mm, I'd avoid rebasing entirely.Some fore-thought can help with this.a) Select rules which are basing agnostic, or at least ones that use popular basing sizes.b) If that's not possible consider what can be achieved using movement trays.
Quote from: mmcv on 27 May 2020, 01:08:04 PMOh my, you mean you actually won?!
Quote from: FierceKitty on 27 May 2020, 03:26:18 PMOh yes he did!