Wargaming Tradecraft: Headshots: Assemblage


Headshots: Assemblage

 The figures came in from MiniWarGaming, so I've been able to get started on the project!

First step was cleaning away all the mold lines, which always takes time, but well worth it.

 There are a few modifications I need to make, but not many.

For example, Lilith doesn't wield a sword. I use a small saw to cut the sword off, and a slice in her hand. Next a pair of needle nose pliers works to open up her hand in to an energy blast sort of position.
 It's smart to pin larger minis, and to be safe, I decided to pin most of the joints on these figures.

Some of them needed a little filling with green stuff, but I've actually needed less sculpting that I originally expected.

I had to add some hair to Lilith and Moxxi, since they both have this thing about covering their right eyes.

 All the figures will fit on both their normal sized bases, and larger display bases, depending on what the winners want to do with them.

Magnets are the best way to handle this, so I've drilled out all their feet and glued, then green stuffed magnets in to the cavities.

I still need to give Moxxi a hat, but I'll wait for her hair to dry first.

With many thanks to MiniWarGaming and their crew for donating the miniatures that are being painted for this project.

Final figures will be auctioned off, all proceeds going to the Childs Play charity during the Headshots from the Heart marathon.

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