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Help Seraphon Saurus Knights

Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by Krissey, Nov 3, 2017.

  1. Krissey
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    Krissey New Member

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    Simple question really: Do you glue the knights onto the cold-ones then paint, or paint separately then attach the knights?
     
  2. GrDemon
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    GrDemon Active Member

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    I've painted them separately. If you paint the riders separatly, it is easier to paint them.
     
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  3. tom ndege
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    tom ndege Well-Known Member

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    Separately... also recommend leaving the shield arms off till some stage... they block some parts of the body when attached... (well that's what shields a supposed to do, I guess...)
     
  4. Crowsfoot
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    Crowsfoot Guardian of Paints Staff Member

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    I paint mine together but I only painted them for gaming if I wanted a decent paint job I would do them separate.
     
  5. Aginor
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    Aginor Well-Known Member

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    Separately.
    Actually mine are still glued on with poster putty. But you will not notice unless you look very closely.
     
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