Here we are at the painting part which means that there's a happy TurboCharizard who gets to play around, do some creative stuff and not have to worry about building things for a change.
My foam work was relatively clean but there was still a bit of clean-up to do with a sanding sponge and gap filling with Woodland Scenics Foam Putty. I was lucky that my unfolds worked and I didn't have to go too crazy gap filling with foam clay and everything cured quickly.
After that I gassed out the neighbour kids while doing Leak Seal, three coats and then a light wetsand after full cure.
Currently I've got the gray primer down on everything that's going to be white or red and I'll be adding main colour coats soon.
I use foam putty instead of DAP KwikSeal or flexible caulking since it's more accepting of sanding while still having some flex to it. Basically that just fixes blemishes in foam similar to a glazing putty on a rigid thing like a 3D print. On all the prints I use Bondo body filler and glazing putty to smooth out issues.
I have a few different pose references so everything should be good to do the different poses possible with a sprue of Fire Warriors.
Victoria is currently floating between first spring and third autumn but it's been pretty consistently green out here. Cherry blossoms are already starting
I have just recently started to take an interest in Warhammer 40K. I've watching YouTube vids on the lore and battle reports on matches with the tabletop game. IF I ever decide to build an army I am actually lean towards Tau. I like Tau mainly because they are very Anime/Manga influenced with the armour and mech designs .
After quickly flipping through this thread I would be very interested in adding Tau build to my future cosplans.