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Well, I am using the hex bases under the CAVs, but some of the really top heavy ones [Rhino, Cataphract, etc] are also going to get a 1 1/2 inch washer or 2" base as well. The hex base for BTB contact and facing rules, while the extra size/weight to keep the nose heavy beasties upright. Yeah it will make it a pain on small areas like passes or paths on hillsides, close city terrain etc. But at least they wno't be falling over like a drunken frat boy.
This is the other figure in the package. Essentially the same sculpt, but in a different pose. I chose to paint this one in a warmer color scheme, using darker skin and gold and brass metals, with touches of blue for contrast.
The Deep Cuts figures are plastic, a little firmer than Bones, maybe more brittle. I haven't actively tried breaking one but the base was easy to cut off. Unlike Bones, they come pre-primed. At 2 for 4.99 they are slightly cheaper than Bones (avg 2.99 per figure) but some of the details are very shallow and hard to determine. I think for inexpensive tabletop figures, for someone who does minimal painting they are probably ideal.
Steal it! You can also add a can of Rotel Tomatoes with chilies in there too, still will be very mild. Celery is cool, not too sure about the carrots.....
SO here is an easy recipe for chicken soup with the carrots
2 cans of cream of chicken soup
1 quart of chicken stock
1/4 chopped small onion
1/2 cup chopped celery
1/2 cup chopped carrots
8 ounces noodles
1 can of chicken white meat
Start with some butter and a sauce pan that will hold 3 quarts. Melt the butter, garlic, ginger, onions, celery and carrots, salt and pepper. Let these cook over low heat until the carrots soften a bit. Add the chicken with it's stock, the chicken broth and soup. bring to a low boil then add the noodles. You may need to add some water if it gets too thick. You can substitute rice for the noodles but you will need more chicken stock.