Since I’ve managed to get a 1-Hour Wargames set of rules I am happy with, I thought I’d get back to printing out some pike and shot figures on my trusty 3D printer. I am using 12cm bases. This fits exactly with the rules set Twilight of the Divine Right. As these use a good many more bases I am going to start by finishing up bases for 1 hour wargames 10 per side. Then, while painting and playing, I’ll keep the printer running for more miniatures for other battles, including Breitenfeld and Lutzen.
I went to the local hobby shop and was determined to buy a can of primer knowing very well that it would likely be GW and the cost would be $14. As it turns out, GW primer has become prohibitively expensive at $19 for a 10oz can! I remembered a friend of mine was using a primer called Krylon Brite Touch. It is an automotive primer but can be used on metal or plastic. The cost is a whopping $3.50 for a 10oz can. It can be had in the USA at most autoparts stores or even W