nix0n wrote: I do also have a question for you. What would help to avoid this kind of breakage happening again?
Bloodknife92 wrote:I love your work nix0n I worry about your Fire Warriors with the waist pouches making it harder for you to put their arms on. Fire Warrior arms are fairly close to the body. I'm sure you've planned everything well enough though
Sa'cea Mont'yr wrote:Everyone gets bogged down at times. I've got two or three old logs on here that haven't been updated in forever. Now that I'm getting back into the hobby, I'm hoping to consolidate and start catching up again. Just picked up a squad of Fire Warriors that are going to be some Spec Ops Breachers, and seeing stuff like yours makes me super exciting to work on them.
Keep on keeping on.
Antao wrote:If you do wan't to strip models, I've found that Dawn Power Dissolver is the final word in stripping acrylic paints of models. Was a top tip from the local GW manager a few years back. I've never gone back to the simple green nonsense. Spray on. Wait 2 minutes, quick scrub with old toothbrush, rinse. Might require a quick second over for deep crevasses. Never seen it damage the plastic.
Wear rubber gloves, it will burn your hands if left on it too long.
If you do a google search for "dawn power dissolver" the bottle comes up, I'm used to using the mostly blue bottle, unfortunately it doesn't seem to be for sale anymore, there is now a white bottle that appears to be the same thing, potentially re-branded because they deemed it too powerful for home use (not sure?) I haven't tried that yet, but I will be soon as I have some firewarriors that need a good cleaning soon for the painting plate.
Edit: Given the fact that the white bottle is labeled: "Danger, causes severe skin burns and serious eye damage" I'm inclined to think it will work just as well.
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