So, as promised, although a day late in the posting – My pics of the new Finecase Rock Lobber and my Wurrzag WIP!
The Lobber was pretty easy, but as I’ve mentioned in a previous blog, it was the Finecast that was both a strength and a weakness. The plastic needed major cleaning, especially the thinner pieces and character models. Also, the model was warped out of packet, and needed the 15 seconds of High-Power hairdryer to manipulate into shape again. The benefit was this entire piece has incredible detail that more than compensates when the other issues can be fixed. I am not deterred from purchasing Finecast into the future, but this is not a green light for GW to rack up the prices unfairly!
Rather than go through the colour choices, I’ll say this much for the lobber. As a model, it is really nice, but as a unit in strategic gameplay,I’ve used it once and have not been over-awed. I think I may need to invest in either a Doom Diver or a Snotling Pump Wagon (Advice welcomed!) down the road for a competitive replacement.
Wurrzag is a great model. This is metal, and I layered the bejeebus out of it to the point that I was afraid I’d lose some detail, but am pretty happy with this work in progress overall.
As you might see, I’ve started to apply the base for some tattoos, and there is a bit left to do with stitching and rope pieces, along with a touch up on the weapon and staff, but this was a fun model to paint, and I’m now going to start looking for Wurrzag on Boar, because he will be just the tonic after painting a few Savage Orcs and Boyz! A little treat at the end of the tunnel! As for the next project-have a BSB to assemble and dress up, and have been making a new lazy susan for the new paint range. My old paints occupy every available nook and an unsued toolbox, but this should solve the storage problem before it grows bigger! I’ll post later on progress!
Take it easy all!