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  1. The tail of my Roc had those little swirly lines in it. I just filled them with some plastic putty and painted over them.
  2. I just add very tiny amounts of white to them for the highlights. Adding slightly more for each successive highlight.
  3. I'll give the Elmer's glue a try. It's on the underside of his tail so it won't be too visable.
  4. Yes the cracks are in the plastic not the primer. It looks almost like the plastic switled around in the mold but didn't congeal together properly. If that makes sense.
  5. I was priming the Roc I got in the Kickstarter when I noticed these cracks. Is this normal?
  6. Excellent video. I'm looking forward to more. I disagree with everyone saying you spoke too fast, I found your speaking speed perfect. Then again maybe I just talk fast too and am used to it. Hmm... Anyway great video!
  7. Sounds awesome, I can't wait. Mixing colors has always been problematic for me.
  8. Agreed. On the one I have the legs are a much harder plastic and she's been sitting in our mini cabinet in the game room for a couple years coming out at times to eat a few adventurers with no problems.
  9. Red neon glow. I'll have to give that a try. I have a project coming up that has a lot of red in it. I'll get some and see if it works out. Thanks for the advice.
  10. That red looks awesome! Every time I try to push a red that far it turns pink.
  11. I just repurposed an old computer desk and then built a paint rack on the back and added a couple Vallejo paint racks below the one I built. Oh, and added lights. 2 led strip lights and one clip on desk lamp all from walmart and all daylight(5000k) balanced.
  12. Vallejo earth texture works good for this. I bought a tub of it off amazon and I love it. I used it on the base of this bugbear. The original metal base is buried in there. I wanted to keep it because of how his foot is on the tree stump.
  13. I use the reaper red hair triad and then add a final tiny highlight just where the light hits the most with blonde highlight. It really works great.
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