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  1. This makes a lot of sense. I trimmed minute amounts and constantly test fit the arms last night and got them to fit well. As I did that, I came to the same conclusion about the troll's arm holding the fish. I'm going to do at least the first few colors before attaching it. And I think I will assemble the Fungal Bruiser before painting. Thanks everyone for the advice! Eventually I'll put up some WIP pics. I want to work through some more practice pieces before I try my hand at these guys.
  2. It seems like this is what I'm going to do. Very slowly... My introduction to miniature painting was Star Wars Legion just last year. Those figures seemed to need a lot of fussing with the tabs to fit well, and I was really bad at it. Now that I'm trying to actually learn to paint and taking my time, I'm hoping to do a better job.
  3. Thanks Clearman. The arm seems to not want to go in all the way. I can tell that getting them to fit is a matter of getting it aligned just right, and I don't want to start messing with the overall shape of the tab to get it to fit better. But I see what you mean, if it ends up a bit loose, the glue should hold it in place. Thanks for the advice on painting as well!
  4. Hi all, I just got the Fungal Bruiser and the Marsh Troll and am having a hard time getting the arms to fit snug to the body of the mini. I'm nervous to start trying to shave down the tab to try and get it to fit better. I'm still a novice at this and haven't had to fit pieces together yet. Follow up question, do you usually paint the pieces before glueing them in place? Maybe first coat before putting it all together and finish work once assembled? Thanks!
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