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"A Fish Guy is born"a WIP thread Update April 24th.

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« on: April 13, 2009, 06:10:25 am »

That's so profound and so right.It's all the little details that make a world of difference in the end.

That's why i like to get rid of the seam lines from the moulds and the peg holes if it's possible.Adds to the whole aesthetic for me.

Well I've finally started on my first custom and before I even got undeway I noticed mould lines down each side of my base figure.

Out came the files.

I guess it's just a habit formed from doing metal gaming miniatures. And you're right about the priming. I find once I've primed something it really brings out the blemishes I missed it's off again with the rotary tool, mini-file or sand paper  Tongue
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