It felt weird batch painting five models from three different units but in the end it wasn’t too bad. It does leave me with three unfinished squads which I’m not going to be able to finish until I receive future issues of Conquest but oh well. After the jump I treat you to some close ups and different angles of the models.
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I drilled a hole into the back of the model and then superglued the the stand into the hole. Way more surface contact area to bond the two together. Seems sturdy.
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Garry, did you mount the assault Marines to their flying stands, or magnetize them? Curious if you had any issues with them. The models look great!