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Feedback requested (SW: Legion AT-ST)

14 Aug
Feedback requested (SW: Legion AT-ST)

I worked on this model last month and the only thing missing is the base. I am a bit torn here. The original plan was to have it wading through swampy water, with water running down the right foot. But I am a bit torn, since this would mean a.) break from the current basing and b.) I am not sure if I can even tape the base off well enough to cast the water. (The cut-outs for the movements tools could cause massive problems there.)

a.) could be solved by just doing a few future minis with both swamp and partial swamp bases, but I am still not sure about b.). So what do you think… worth a try or just keep with the current theme? Here is what it looks like now:

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5 Comments

Posted by on August 14, 2018 in Empire, Star Wars Legion

 

5 responses to “Feedback requested (SW: Legion AT-ST)

  1. feralzen

    August 14, 2018 at 14:54

    Put squashed Ewoks ­čśŤ

     
    • Burkhard

      August 14, 2018 at 14:57

      I had something along those lines in mind if I ever do a second one.

       
  2. Markus Sharaput

    August 16, 2018 at 21:02

    Depends on two questions: a) how confident are you that you can pull it off?, and b) what do you lose if it doesn’t work (i.e., will a botch job cost you the model)?. If it’s low confidence / high risk, I’d play it safe, but if you’ve a reasonable shot, I say do it – it would look very cool if you pull it off.

     
    • Burkhard

      August 20, 2018 at 14:57

      Well, if I can tape the base off properly, I am 100% positive to pull it off. If I botch it, chances are high the model is lost.

       
  3. Azazel

    August 29, 2018 at 05:52

    To be the final decision really depends on how your overall force in it’s entirety will be based.

     

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