I’ve shown this Trygon before. I’m sharing it again because i’ve updated it’s base. It’s previous base was hand made by myself and pretty awful. Find out how I got my hands on a spare oval base after the jump.
If you’re a longtime reader, you might remember my post where I rebased my Grey Knight army to match my Ultramarine’s bases. I bought new bases for my Grey Knights and most of the old small bases were thrown away, but I threw the large oval base in a drawer and forgot about it until now!
I chipped all of the cork, slate and model pieces off the base and glued on fresh sand. A quick paint job and viola, the Forge World Trygon now has a proper base to match the rest of the army.
Sometimes it’s these small things that can make all the difference.
Right, now back to the Toxicrene!
You can use a blade to slice the model off. Expect to do some touch up work though.
Looks fantastic as always! Great dark color to compliment the model! I feel like I'm really struggling with bases and that it should not be as hard as it is. Could you please do a basing tutorial? I'd especially like to know the techniques for the Grey Knight bases.
These bases are as basic as they get. I don't think a basic basing tutorial would be very long or useful to many people.
Just keep it simple.
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How do you get painted models off bases without ruining the paint work on the bottom of it?