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After assembling most of a Dreamforge Eisenkern Keilerkopf APC, I've got the skirting that would partially cover the rear wheels and the "hub-caps" that will hide the screws holding the wheels on set to one side... Having never painted rubber before, any thoughts on this? Should I remove the rubber tires, spray/paint the vehicle and then add the tires back on along with the missing pieces or should I just paint them tires along with the rest? I've already gotten the impulse to drive the APC around the table making vroom-vroom sounds with my son so I don't think the tires will see any more wear and tear than any other army model once it's painted. Thanks!
In The Worlds In My Head, there exist two elemental races with a common creation myth and an undying enmity: The Nathi (hereafter referred to as the "Elemental Nathi") and the Silmn. Both humanoid, the Elemental Nathi body was a black light-eating metal and you felt rather than saw their features. The Silmn were creatures of exquisite beauty with bodies of crystalline flesh - appearing as normal humans made of translucent frosted glass. Centuries of war were, of course, inevitable as the races spread across the galaxy and finally met Humanity. There now exists a loose confederation of Humanity allied with the Silmn, Humanity allied with the hybrid race resulting from Elemental Nathi mixing with Humans (disconcertingly also called "Nathi") and out in the far galactic rim, the Elemental Nathi and their spiderlike network of influence. The armies of the hybrid Nathi race were built with "Eisenkern" models from Dreamforge games and cast by Wargames Factory: