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[ERROR] No.10740846 [Reply] [Original] [4plebs] [archived.moe]

creative basing techniques with limited on hand resources. Tired of the boring.

>> No.10741149

stop sucking and guy aweeeeosme oneessss

>> No.10741201

Is that tau getting a blow job.... ON THE FUCKING BATTLEFIELD?

"I'll shoot you in a minute. Getting my blue dick sucked."

>> No.10741623

If I had money to waste, i'd buy the nice ones, but seriously if I get any extra money i'd much rather buy minis.

As such, dispense with your favorite basing techniques, guys.

>> No.10741850

Holy crap he is!

>> No.10741870

This is the guy with the pizza delivery piranha right?

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>> No.10743120

Shred a wine cork using a pair of pliers. Cork looks very similar to rock or broken concrete when it's painted and is pretty commonly used for building up a base for a special character or something.

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>> No.10743177

cork board is great for this exact thing. Its cheap to buy a single sheet of it and will make quite a few models bases as you don't need much.

I based all my terminators like this looks great

>> No.10743372

Go buy some Woodland Scenics ballast (or similar). You can get by with fine and med, but some corse stuff is nice to have too. Each bag will last forever. $12 for all three at any hobby/model train shop. Add some rocks from ouside or, hell, cast some rocks from plaster if you live in some rock-less pristine city.

Glue it on, paint it up, and go have a ball OP.

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