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  1. Yeah that's about right. I'm not a huge fan of the new sculpts and live in fear of the day when GW retires the older range; short though they are.
  2. That would be brilliant thanks. I see what you mean about bases now I've come to actually consider it. As for hover boards maybe the rebels would value the service of this prep?
  3. Exactly what the title says really, dose anyone known how legions models scale up to gw terrain kits. Usually these are an expensive option but i've had my eye on the kill team rouge trader boxed set for some time. The included doors look generic enough to fit with the star wars aesthetic so has anyone tried this? Even better would be the measurments of the doors so i would know in advance what to expect. Thanks.
  4. I was reading an old article about model bike making that used this spray in a decanted form for the metal work, i thought it would look cool as a high gloss armor effect that could then be weathered or left parade ground fresh. I finally got around to giving it a go on a spare piece of styeren plastic card straight from the can, i was pleased with the shiny finish and then went on to try it on a spare 40k marine. Although glossy in places the effect was nowhere as good and mostly flat. I tried again after first applying a flat white undercoat it was still as bad. So has anyone else had this problem? Or is this a result of not first decanting the spray and then using an airbrush? Any ideas / advice would be appreciated .
  5. Really cool! it reminds me a lot of the classic battlefront Tatooine map.
  6. The title says it all really, i'm looking for a brand or type of lacquer spray suitable for miniatures. Mainly it would be used to stop weathering powders from rubbing off. So any suggestions for a good type that wont affect the paint job (making it gloss or dulling it down). Thanks!
  7. Yeah sounds good, i might dry brush them screaming skull to. I'm also thinking of use the citadel paint guide for the tau dessert scheme; the colors seem almost identical. I'll get back to you wen i find it.
  8. Thanks this is really useful, a superb guide! I'm looking forward to the battle droids.
  9. Just a quick question really, have you seen any painting guides or do you have a good idea of what color classic battle droids could be painted as. Preferably in citadel paints. Also there was a painting blog on this site that featured scouts painted as clone wars Kashyyyk troops from the 41st scout battalion, though i can't remember or find this particular entry for the life of me. Anyone know were it went?
  10. Thanks that clears that up, i wasn't sure if it was a case of WYSIWYG. But while were on the subject how tolerant are tournaments of conversions, paint jobs and custom ships with home brew rules? I'm pretty certain that anything not produced by FFG wouldn't make the cut in an official tournament. But what about a local games store's monthly or even just a competitive series of games with your mates? Is it best overall to stick with official products when in a tournament of any kind or is there some leeway with this kind of thing? Is there, in short, a definitive no go zone or line in the sand; especially in smaller local tournaments?
  11. I recently bought a lot of three headhunters online. They came with all the relevant second edition cards to be able to use them, (as rebels) but two of them are scum models. So would it be alright for me to use them in a tournament as long as the cards and id markers being used are all rebel? I usually play casually so it doesn't matter to much but i was curious as in the past, i have decided against repainting my own ships for the same reason.
  12. They did i have both the airborne and the regular trooper, though i'm not sure about the galactic do you have a pic? Also when you make a 501st you squad one of them has to be jessse. Although the republic marking may be tricky to replicate.
  13. Sounds great! You could add shoulder pads with green stuff to replicate the old Hasbro figures.
  14. I may wait to see what tanks (if any) are released for the period as i fancy making an armored division. Maybe with the troops having yellow hazard stripes or possibly silver armour sections. Though i'm not sure if any cannon legions already have these paint schemes.
  15. Very cool! I'm watching with interest to see what you come up with next. Also what methods did you use?
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