Smoothening by Karl Manalo

Tip 3.5 : Da Smoothening

More woodglue shenanigans

Some metal models will have pitting. Ugly rough portions that mar otherwise smooth surfaces. Sanding them down may not work depending on how deep or where the pitting is. See the cloak below as an example.

Solution: thin down some woodglue and brush on the affected areas. May require a second coat. Let dry.

Smooth af.

That’s it from me for now. Tune in for future tips and hobby hacks.

Originally posted on Pinoy Wargamer. Article and photos by Karl Manalo

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