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PM Volleyfire!
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Volleyfire!
16th Sep 2016 09:47:11

I found the same problem so after painting the gun I now put some basetex on the base where the gun is going and let it dry before glueing the gun in place later. This raises the gun to the same height as the crew as I build up the basetex around their bases to the same height as the bit the gun is sitting on


PM keithabarker
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keithabarker
17th Sep 2016 10:20:12

Nigel wrote: "raise the artillery piece on a bit of plasticard!

Neat idea, I will try that with my next artillery battery, should improve the "look" somwwhat!

Keith


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dourpuritan
22nd Oct 2016 07:21:11

I must say that does sound like a good tip for getting crerw and gun to a similar height.


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