To his friend a man
a friend shall prove,
To him and the friend of his friend;
But never a man
shall friendship make
With one of his foeman's friends.
ashaman said Jul 12, 2018 20:28:35
Not to mention that the Complete bundle comes with TWO of the Scenic Set.
It's also worth noting that the broke down the Wasteland Creatures set and give you the component packs instead, which results in one extra Radscorpion. AND you get both the PVC set of core figures with the core box AND the multi part Resin versions of the same figures separate. (I see it as an opportunity to customize some figures.)
One of the orders I made was for the Vault Tec Complete Bundle.
As for the painting: There are a lot of guides online that might help. In my own personal experience though (Painted a lot of Warhammer stuff over the years.) it's pretty easy to achieve tabletop quality ("Dirty" models are easier to do than predestine/clean models. Fallout works well for "Dirty.") Base coat your model, give it a drybrush coat, hit it with an appropriate colored wash, then give it a light drybrush. I usually will prime my models the night before, give them the base coat the following morning (I usually am painting +20 models at a time), by the time I've finished the base coats, I can usually go back and do the first drybrush, and once I've gone through all the models I give them a good wash coat (Little chunk of TP can wick away excess if needed) and let them dry over night again before putting the final drybrush coat. When I do big lots of models, I can usually average 10-20 minutes a model depending on what it is and how many colors are involved. If that helps, great, if not, then there's always online guides, or most hobby shops have some really fantastic model painting guides.
Thanks for the advice. I had picked up some 40k minis previously to practice on. (I have no interest in 40k so don't care about hack jobs as I'm learning.) Spent some time yesterday assembling and base coating. I'll try an actual paint of one or two over the week.