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This is something I have wanted to do for a long time. I have been reading up and watching tutorials on working with styrene for months and decided to give it a go. I am making every effort to capture the build and edit together a speed build. Hope you enjoy and please comment, especially with suggestions. FYI: I plan to magnetize all weapons!


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Here is a video that features the tool I made for holding styrene pieces in place while solvent is applied.



   
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I was able to make more progress, it is starting to look like a tank now!



   
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Decrepit Dakkanaut






Burtucky, Michigan

A metal panel with magnets. That. Is a brilliant idea Looking good so far, I saw "Scratch building a baneblade" and just had to come in for a closer look
   
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Here is an update that will show you how I did the scratch build for the tank tracks



   
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Finished the headlights for the tank. I used two cleat white LEDs per side.



   
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Shunting Grey Knight Interceptor





Innawoods

I think GW published a tutorial on this some time during the 80s-90s.

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Found it. Enjoy.
 Filename 1377037534067.pdf [Disk] Download
 Description baneblade tutorial
 File size 7267 Kbytes


If we win we win, if we die we die fighting so it don't count. If we runs for it we don't die neither, cos we can come back for annuver go, see!
 
   
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RIVETS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!






   
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Here are some new photos!






   
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Hollerin' Herda with Squighound Pack





Melbourne - Australia

I have given up all styrene work... this level of skill is disgusting.

Well done mate, very very impressive
   
 
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