Warhammer 40K Armour

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  1. silveroxide

    silveroxide Well-Known Member

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    Anything over 6 inches will have a tendency to warp but place it inside a big book like an Atlas and let it set over night. Be sure that the glue does not seep outside the edges or you there goes that map section of the Atlas. This is also good for smaller pieces. Clothes pins work good for smaller pieces as well.
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    :cry: gah password through sms texting?

    Cool idea for a model though!
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    You do not need a password. In the grey area click on free, then click on download. look below and you will see a code to be inserted. write in the code and you will have to wait approximately 60 seconds. Be advised, you will get a bunch of pop ups in the interim. You will have to close them down individually. usually there is about three games pop ups.
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    Ah! I clearly cannot read.

    Thanks silveroxide!
  6. da-waaaghboss

    da-waaaghboss New Member

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    very neat find armorman,how do you find all these great things:)
  7. ARMORMAN

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    Being a member of Eastern European forums helps. :)
  8. Tirick

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    :D helps more than just you too! Thank you for sharing these files with us poor westerners...
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    I'm just a midwesterner myself....took me awhile to figure out how to join.
  10. da-waaaghboss

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    i truely thank you for your finds:)

    as do many here it seems:)



    some help onan item that i would like to build...

    is there a papercraft titain template out there any where,warhound or reaver,or something similar

    ive found some,but they truley lead to a great amount of pop ups and spam:(

    any help would be great:)
  11. ARMORMAN

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    Golden Bolter Society has some and there are some at the BWC archive yahoo groups. A Warhound is available in the DL section here.

    Aww...shoot. Here's 2 Reaver Titan variants....

    Attached Files:

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    Hi, i just downloaded 2 parts for dreadnought (final.rar and final2.rar) but i got very serious question....

    I printed schemes and found out that the scale is much bigger than original model in wh 40k. It was bigger like 3 times or more.... it was in pdf file so i printed as "actual size". The scale was correct- i take a measure and it was ok- but model is 3 times bigger than original model. I suspect every model here posted is the same as bigger?
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    depends on which one you were speaking of. there was one that was designed as a large scale model, not in scale with 40k minis.
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    Thanks ARMORMAN :mrgreen:
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    I'm loving your work FlareBaffled. The detail is amazing! Looking forward to working with your models soon.
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    epic!!

    thanks armorman!!
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    Very old school but a few sheets of wax paper make a nice protective barrier to any leaking or oozing water based glues.


    Myself I have a gluing 'jig' made from two 11 by 17 sheets of 3/8s thick transparent polycarbonate, I place the part needing to 'cure' between such and secure the sandwich using large banker's rubber bands to apply needed pressure.

    A local DIY store is a great place to get 'random' sizes of polycarb for just such purposes.
  19. da-waaaghboss

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    i must be crazzy,but i use standard super glue,its a fast bound and helps to armour the paper makeing it stronger.

    :)
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