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Made in gb
Regular Dakkanaut





Do you guys know how they were based and where can I get the material for the bases?


Also, is it difficult to stick Tzaangors onto bases with a little fine sand after everything has been painted,
because I plan to spray and paint both separately and once they're both painted, only then do I intend to super glue them together.
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Made in ca
Nurgle Predator Driver with an Infestation





Suffolk Virginia

Looks like some slate for the big center stone. Then some sand and smaller pebbles for the surrounding bits.
   
Made in us
Regular Dakkanaut





Orange County, CA

I would say it's likely think sheets of torn up cork board and some ballast for the sand.
   
Made in ca
Nurgle Predator Driver with an Infestation





Suffolk Virginia

 l33tninj4 wrote:
I would say it's likely think sheets of torn up cork board and some ballast for the sand.


I think you are right.
   
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I think it might actually be all cork. The 'gravel' bits don't look like sand to me. Yeah, pretty sure it's cork board and crumbled fragments of cork.

Oh, and some Citadel Skulls of course. With the mould lines left on for some reason.

EDIT: Eh... the finer bits might be model railway ballast, as l33tninj4 said.

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