RealmShaper

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Last updated on 30 Sep, 2020
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What to expect from resin models.

Resin models are a very new and exciting product that allows for the printing of hundreds of thousands of new designs at a level of detail that rivals most normal casting processes. However it comes with a few caveats that everyone should know before purchasing. Models will often have small dimples in them from where the support has been removed which can easily be filled in with plastic cement. There is a chance that very small pieces will get broken during transit but pva glue is often enough to invisibly repair such a break. Resin models are often more challenging that model kits but if you have any concern at all about the level of complexity just drop me a message and I will help show you which models are simpler to make.

What type of glue works best with resin models?

I personally use fast setting PVA - completely non-toxic and results in a nice clean adhesion. Super glue can also work well for trickier bits but I prefer the thin type of super glue rather than the gel type.

What type of paints work best on resin models?

With resin models it's a very good idea to cover the whole surface with a thin layer of primer. I use acrylic-polyurethane which is great for binding the surface together into a cohesive whole and provides a good surface for painting onto. Once a primer layer has been applied you can apply basically any miniature paint, I use Warhammer, Vallejo and Tamiya.

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