These miniatures were an absolute pleasure to paint, the one caveat being the difficulties in cleaning the infantry of flash. Those limbs are needle thin while the metal itself is hard, inflexible and thus very brittle (just like Heavy gear miniatures in fact. I wonder if it's something to do with Canadian legislation?). When cleaning, I was sometimes forced to choose between removing a piece of flash entirely (and therefore running the risk of snapping an infantryman in two) or leaving a tiny stub and trying to hide it with the painting. You'd need to look very closely to see any such mould-lines now, but it irks me that I had to paint them out rather than trim them off.
Heinrich Kemmler's Undead Army of the Cairns
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