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  1. For the resin bases, flip the idea around - glue a flat washer to the bottom of the base and glue the magnet in your travel box.
  2. Fair point - like I said I'm new to malifaux. The point was more for new painters to get some cheap throw-aways before they try a new technique on a model they care about. I also agree - much finer detail on Malifaux. I'm enjoying the extra challenge- it's definitely the next level of painting.
  3. I see lots of newbie painting questions, but haven't seen this particular idea, so I thought I'd throw it out here for general consideration. I'll preface this with the comment that I'm new to Malifaux, but have been doing 40K for a long time. What I do is keep some "junk" minis around to test techniques and color combinations on. You can pick up 4 or 5 elder or tau, which are similar in size and delicacy to Manifaux, for about $15 on eBay. Strip them, prime them, and go to town. Try the same techniques on a couple of them. For example, try the same colors with black primer on one, b
  4. Very nice - far better than my first 20 or so, so keep it up!
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