Quite often in the miniature world we find that as we pull our miniatures out of the packet/box and start putting them together there are glaringly obvious gaps where two pieces are meant to meet. So what do we do?
Most gamers who have been around for awhile know about gap filling. And I know as a commission painter that especially on metal miniatures I find myself doing this a lot. So here is a simple 3 step guide to plugging the gap and making sure that (as best as possible) it doesn't show up once it's painted.
I've chosen this great example of a Privateer Press 'Raptor Cavalry' Model to demonstrate how this is done.
So there you go! Quick and easy providing a great result. If you have any questions leave them in the comment box below