Saturday 01/12/18 Painting Update   Leave a comment

Prep work on the Nazgul of Dol Guldur completed.  Because these are resin finecast it is best to use pin drill and copper rods to help with joining the finer parts together like the weapons.  Then I have undercoated with grey primer.

I have also fixed together the Knights of Dol Amroth using Revell plastic glue, sand and slated the bases and again grey primer applied.  Also I used superglue to fix together the foot knight versions.  No need to pin and drill these as they fit together better and the weapons come already attached to the hands.  I have done all the versions together so they match when finished.




Posted December 1, 2018 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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