|Progress, it is unstoppable.|
As I noted on the B&C forums, I took a good look into the 40k basing kit EV got me for Christmas yesterday. The resin bits looked very appealing, but they all had some flash/sprue on the bottom and I'm reluctant to clean it up as I don't have much experience with carving up resin. I'll pick EV's brain about it. I'm sure it's easy enough to work with, but better safe than sorry. In lieu of the resin, I put some mid-size slate chips on the bases before adding the ballast. It's not much, but I like the effect, and it's a good step towards better basing.
|Behold a better base.|
edit: Forgot the to-do list.
5 Sanguinary Guard - built and based
Full assault squad - primed
3 jump pack meltagunners - box (one torso assembled)
Jump Pack Sanguinary Priest - box
various arms/backpacks/bits -box
double edit!: Forgot to post about this guy. Lightning claw chainfists? A pair of them? Hot. I wish the Imperial Armor books weren't so expensive (the new ones are $65+, to say nothing of shipping from the UK), not to mention Forge World models in general, because they're so nice I'd love to have some, but they're just to expensive. Maybe when I land that plush job...