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by Zaeley
May 23 2016 08:28
Forum: Membership Profiles
Topic: Hello from California
Replies: 7
Views: 782

Re: Re: Hello from California

More then happy to say welcome. What photosharing site do you suggest I use for the best results? I'm currently using photobucket but It can be fairly frustrating as it is slow, thought that could just be my experience. It has a good editor and photo compression feature to meet this sites guidelines...
by Zaeley
May 23 2016 07:59
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: News - new Forge World stuff for IA
Replies: 40
Views: 6502

Re: News - new Forge World stuff for IA

I believe Tau utilise anti grav technology in a lot of their builds. There is also the visual "counter jets" that I believe are there to counter recoil.
by Zaeley
May 23 2016 03:57
Forum: Membership Profiles
Topic: Hello from California
Replies: 7
Views: 782

Re: Hello from California

Welcome to the site mate! Your colour scheme sounds very interesting, would love to see it.

Always good to see new comers to the hobby, Tau were my first army too. Hope you enjoy your stay here and learn much from the wonderful and extensive community here!

Regards,
Zaeley.
by Zaeley
May 23 2016 02:31
Forum: Project Logs
Topic: Zaeley's Project Log x2 KX139
Replies: 44
Views: 13476

Re: Zaeley's Project Log x2 KX139

Hello everyone! I've been gone long enough and it's time to get this machine oiled and running again! The news of new weaponry has re-sparked my interest, not that walking past the model every day doesn't bring me joy! Great build! I'm interested in seeing how you are going to attach this beast to y...
by Zaeley
May 22 2016 08:10
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: News - new Forge World stuff for IA
Replies: 40
Views: 6502

Re: News - new Forge World stuff for IA

I suppose now is a good time to come back and continue my Ta'unar suits. Really loving the new weapon options. Given the way they currently attach via friction and weight I'm glad I never figured out a permanent solution to attach them. Though the rail gun looks like it might need a little help if i...
by Zaeley
Dec 04 2015 09:02
Forum: Common Workbench
Topic: Airbrush / Spray Gun
Replies: 19
Views: 4213

Re: Airbrush / Spray Gun

Make sure you attach a moisture tap to your line somewhere between your brush and tank if you can. You can also get a variable pressure gauge that will help you customise your spray. I sit anywhere between 15-25psi as an average.
by Zaeley
Dec 04 2015 10:48
Forum: Project Logs
Topic: Zaeley's Project Log x2 KX139
Replies: 44
Views: 13476

Re: Zaeley's Project Log x2 KX139

Thank you for the kind words! It definitely helps to motivate me to put some more time into this project. Hopefully I can tackle some more progress in my coming days off. As for the bases I'm pretty excited to start properly mapping them out, also scared of not doing them properly. But will just con...
by Zaeley
Dec 04 2015 10:42
Forum: Common Workbench
Topic: Airbrush / Spray Gun
Replies: 19
Views: 4213

Re: Airbrush / Spray Gun

I would also recommend when buying cleaners to use the same brand of cleaner to the paint you are using. They are designed to break down that particular makeup. For example I use a Vallejo cleaner purely for my vallejo paints. Not to say it is all I use but it does the initial job the best.
by Zaeley
Dec 04 2015 07:38
Forum: Common Workbench
Topic: Airbrush / Spray Gun
Replies: 19
Views: 4213

Re: Airbrush / Spray Gun

There are pros and cons with any subject of purchase. I personally would recommend a decent airbrush for you're first that way you learn how to use it once and don't have to keep reapplying that knowledge. There are a few people that share this belief but it's not for everyone. I have a fairly hefty...
by Zaeley
Dec 04 2015 07:15
Forum: Modelling
Topic: KV128 Stormsurge Variant- Now with Arms. Criticism welcome.
Replies: 14
Views: 3245

Re: KV128 Stormsurge Variant- Now with Arms. Criticism welcome.

Dubey wrote:You might want to make those arms less boring by adding gubbins or carving into the plasticard.


I don't believe that what he has pictured here is the final product ;)

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