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Subject: These minis take to paint better than you'd think rss

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Christopher
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I think the plastic used hides the details on these minis, but they look pretty good once you paint them and bring the details out. I just finished the first 2 (Bama and Krank). Bama's hammer was broken off in shipping and I can't get a response to my customer service requests at 8th Summit, so I tried to glue it back on but it was so tiny that it came out crooked. I painted blood on one side of the hammer to make it look like Bama bent it smashing some poor bastard Neegan-style. If 8th Summit ever sends a replacement I'll try again.

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Toothpicks are your friends when modeling. Sand them down, glue, and you've got straight weapons. Look at the machete in this picture. It's nice and straight because it's wood instead of floppy plastic which wouldn't straighten after getting the hot/cold water treatment:

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