Hi, I’m Will Friedle and welcome to Painters Guild. Now if you’re anything like me, you love to play games that involve minis, but you spend all this time creating a character, and then you can’t find the perfect mini to capture it. So what are you supposed to do? Take a bunch of different minis and break ’em all apart and put ’em together into a whole new one? Uh-huh. It’s a specialized technique known as kitbashing. (upbeat electronic music) Kitbashing, taking a bunch of this and a little bit of that and some of this and making a whole new thing. So we’re gonna need somebody very specialized in this technique, and he’s gonna join us right now. Please help me welcome Albert Lopez. (whip swooshing) Thanks for comin’, have a seat. So kitbashing. Yeah man, just take a little piece of this, a little piece of that, put it together, a couple rounds of Green Stuff later you’ve got an awesome new custom miniature. When you bust that thing out at like a dungeon crawl or when everybody’s got their store-bought miniature and you bust out your custom figs, suddenly you’ve got everybody’s attention at the table. I could see that, custom fig, even that I’m diggin’. We got our own lingo. We got our own lingo. Well, let’s start and check out some of this stuff. Now, are all these bashed? Every single thing you see here is a kitbash from my Warhammer 8th edition fantasy army. I play Tomb Kings. All right, well let’s start, actually I wanna start with this guy just because he’s really cool. Yeah, this is a converted bone giant. I took these old school, undead lances and used ’em as the arrows. I custom-built my own Green Stuff fletching for the arrows which this is one of the first Green Stuff things I ever did, so it’s a little rough. Yeah, it only looks perfect on most of them. (Albert laughs) Then for the giant bow, I used a dark elf bolt thrower and then just straightened a paper clip for the bow string. Very cool, so that’s one, and then I gotta grab some of the big ones here. This is the one I’m really excited to talk about. This is my most complex kitbash, this is the most complex kitbash I’ve ever done. This is for something in the undead army known as a hierotitan, and it’s a figure that they never made, so they had this really awesome rule for this creature in the rule book, but they never made a figure for it. So I had some bits left over. That’s actually the tail section of a 40K tyranid ’cause I thought it looked kinda Egyptian and serpentine, so I put some skulls all over it. But then the thing I’m the most proud of in this whole conversion is the scales. The scales of a saurian. The scales are sick. It’s a banner top for the center. This metal piece is a bow. The actual scale measures themselves are made from shields, and I took undead archers and just cut their bows in half and used that as the piece that holds the scale, and then it’s like weighing this like flame in one end which is like a human soul, and then there’s a feather. It’s weighed against a feather in the other one, so it kinda goes off of– So you look at a mini and go wow, I could use pieces of it for that, for that, for that, for that. I look at it and go I have to paint that. All right, well you know what? I’m guessing my attempt is not gonna be half as good as the stuff that’s here. Aw dude we’re gonna make somethin’ awesome, trust me dude. But you’re gonna guide me through it, so hey. Let’s smock up. (whip swooshing) Once again we are smocked, locked and ready to rock, so here we go. Walk us through it ’cause this is your ballgame here. I don’t know what we’re doin’, so what’s the plan? Today we’re gonna do a pretty simple but awesome kitbash. We have a really cool female fighter. She’s got this really awesome sword. She has this really gorgeous sculpted head and this ponytail, but we’re gonna get rid of all of that. (Will laughs) We’re gonna put a different weapon in her hand, and we’re gonna put this really cool spartan helmet from this other female fighter, and we’re gonna cut that off of there. It’s gonna be a little tricky ’cause there’s not a lotta room around the neck and shoulders, so it’s gonna be a little bit of a trick to dig that out of there, but it’s completely possible. And we’re gonna stick that on this armored body, and we’re gonna give her, from the weapon sprue, we’re gonna give her this really awesome war hammer, and she is gonna do some serious damage. Which one’s the warhammer, is this the one? Yeah, it’s that one right there. The one that’s got the spike on one end and the blunt– Well, I was gonna name her, but if we’re gonna cut her head off, I don’t wanna name her. I know, wait ’till we build her– I’m still gonna name her. I’m gonna name her Nancy Jo. Nancy Jo, that’s a really good paladin name. That strikes fear in the hearts of orcs everywhere.
I’m gonna name her Nancy Jo. She was one of the members of Facts of Life. Oh, okay. That’s what it’s gonna be. That’s right, you take the good, you take the bad. You take ’em all, and then you have. The Facts of Life. Cutting off heads of minis. Well you know, that’s the kitbashes of life right there. There we go, I love it. We’re gonna get started. Since this is gonna be our main body, so what we wanna do is we wanna go through and just make sure we have all the little bits of flash and like these little mold bits, we wanna make sure we get rid of those, so we’re gonna take our–
We learned that last year. Trusty tweezers. Going back to basics here for us. Little bit of basics, but you know you gotta keep. But that’s important.
Gotta keep it sharp. So any of these mold lines, you can see sometimes like in the ponytail here it’s sometimes hard to tell what is a mold line and what isn’t, but let’s see. I think I got most of it off already. There wasn’t too much. There’s usually not too much on there. So you use your clippers to get all those bits off, and then takin’ the file just to make sure that when we undercoat it that you can’t see any of those blemishes. And we just wanna file where we’ve just cut off? Yeah, where you’ve cut or where you see anything that kinda under the sword arm, there’s a little bit of flash sort of under, you can barely see it. How much do we need to clean up? I think I’m good, right? I think we’re about ready now. Can you check my work, check my work, check my work? Got a little piece right here on the handle. Oh, I didn’t see that little piece. Oh yeah, go for that and get that. Just yankin’ on my mini? You can’t just be rippin’ stuff off of Nancy Jo, come on. I would never yank on another man’s mini. I just wanna say that right now (laughing). I think we found our hashtag for the week ladies and gentlemen.
Not gonna happen (laughing). That’s a good thing to know (whistles). Covering Nancy Jo’s ears. I know, right? Sorry Nancy Jo. All righty? Yeah, it’s lookin’ good. It is. Cool. She looks good. Perfect, all right she looks so beautiful that we are gonna just make like the Red Queen and just off with her head. I wanna watch you do this first because. So we’re gonna start with, we wanna actually save that ponytail. I like the hair, I like the way it’s sculpted, the way it comes off the shoulders. You’re gonna cut this poor woman’s head off but save her hair. We’re gonna try and clip under the ponytail like that. Now it’s sort of flying free. You don’t really need to clip it. It can just break right off. Oh, you wanna break it off, but you wanna save it. There you go, there you go. Beautiful, and then you should be able to bend it, and it should come right off. Beauty eh. Okay. Yeah, set that off to the side. So now, let’s remove the head. It’s gonna get a little savage here folks. Anyone under the age of 12 may wanna leave the room. We just had the entire room leave. We’re gonna keep the flat part of the cutters to the body, to the neck, so you’re gonna put it right against the neck right there, and then just squeeze. You’re gonna see the head sorta go back a little bit like that. Oh, Nancy Jo. Oh, her head went back. Oh, the holy humanity. So then we’re gonna go in again, go in with those clippers again, and then if you give it a clip and a little twist. Oh, you’re clipping and twisting. You’re gonna get a little more separation there. There you go, and then come around the back, you’re gonna come around the back, and see how and notice this time I’m lining it up with the shoulder, sorta inward, keepin’ the flat part against– The flat part’s up now. Uh no, the blade is still down, but I’m cutting, if you wanna look over here, I’m cutting into the shoulder sorta coming in at a special angle so that, again, that shoulder pauldron’s preserved, kinda clipping down into the collar bone as it were. On the opposite side of the, okay. Yeah, yeah, yeah, exactly like that. Then I’m comin’ around the back. I have her head, I have her head off. Oh, okay cool, well I’m just barely a half a step behind you here, there we go, okay. Oh, Nancy Jo. So we got us a headless fig, let’s take our file. I wanna make the surface of the neck nice and flat. Take out any– You’re doin’ it with some force. Yeah, I’m puttin’ some pressure on there. I’m puttin’ a little bit of pressure. Out of all the things we’re gonna need to file, this will pry be one of the easiest aspects because we’re holding on to an entire miniature. Here in a bit, we’re just gonna be holding a head here in a second filing the head, and then later we’re gonna be holding weapons and filing a bit of a weapon, so it’s gonna get smaller and smaller. Smaller and smaller head filing. Mm-hmm. It’s an odd day here at Painters Guild. It’s very odd but awesome. Kitbashing rules man. This is much more intricate work than we’re used to. Oh yeah, it gets even more intricate my friend. So this is the easy part, nice. So we want it flat, right? You want the neck part flat, and you just wanna make sure that you’ve preserved that space between, we’re digging out like a little trench between the neck and the shoulders, so that that bit is preserved. It’s gonna make all the difference when that new head goes on there. Oh yeah dude, you’ve got it, it looks amazing. Sweet. Very cool, very cool. So we got our headless body right here. Now what we need is a head to go on it. So let’s take this other one. Now this one, to get this thing off, we have to go digging, we’re gonna have to dig this out.
This is Melinda by the way. Melinda, okay. Hey Melinda, how’s it goin? She’s not well. She’s not lookin’ forward to this. Do I need the old head? No, no, no, the old head we don’t need anymore. We can set that aside. If you have like this really cool chaos champion who needs a mountain of skulls to stand on, you could like use something like that, so I always like– A pile of Nancy Jo’s heads. I always like to keep spare bits. You never know when you’re gonna need that for down the road. So you spend a lot of time cutting heads of miniatures, and then you like to save the spare bits. Yeah, the Dexter of miniature gaming. Exactly, do you have a tiny, miniature, little kill room? (Albert laughing) Oh, you know too many secrets about me. Perfectly, tiny, little room that’s all Saran Wrapped off? This man knows too many secrets about me. This one’s more intricate. Keeping the flat part towards the face. Okay, so down this time.
Towards the head always. Yeah, we’re gonna be facing down. We’re gonna make sure that one end of the scissor goes directly under the helmet, and the other side is completely flush with where the helmet meets the cape, so just give it a pinch like that. Do you hear miniatures screaming ’cause I hear miniatures screaming. Sometimes, I wish they wouldn’t scream though, but it keeps me up at night. Now we’re gonna flip them over to where we got the flat end down, and we’re just gonna clip this little pony tail in the back here. We’re just gonna cut that, there we go, nice and separate. Then now since we’re not using this fig, we’re just gonna bend the sword arm back so that we can have the best– Can we just take the sword off? You could yeah, in fact you could save that. That’s a great scythe for a chariot wheel. Your head works different than most people’s sir. So did you, wait, did you keep, oh you just cut it. I just made room because I don’t think I’m gonna be able to bend this back by hand. I think I’m gonna need to just cut into it. This is for you. Oh sweet, I got two of ’em. Yes, Santa got my letter. All right, so now we’re gonna go back over here. Santa got your letter and went what the hell is this kid talking about?
What’s wrong with him? Mrs. Clause, he wants heads and legs. All right so, you wanna be super careful. I just kinda cut into the helmet a little bit. Don’t do that. I’m gonna wanna repair that. We’re gonna go just under– Wait, now you’re other side. Yeah, so we’re other side.
Sword side. No, no, no, flat side, flat side to the helmet. There we go, now her head should break right off. Yeah, there you go. Dude, look where I am. Did I do okay? Yeah, yeah it looks great. What we’re gonna do is we’re gonna take the clippers, and we’re gonna try and smooth away as much of that as possible, and then we’re just gonna go in and scoop as much of this out with the clippers as we can. As much of what out with the clippers? As much of the excess metal from under the helmet as we possibly can with the clippers, so it just sorta looks like this, watching to make sure you preserve the detail of that helmet. All right, like that. Mm-hmm. Perfect. Yeah, so leaving a little bit of a divot between where the mohawk is and where the base of the helmet is. Now we file? Yeah, we’re gonna file. You can use the tweezers if you want. I’m perfectly fine just holding it and then just go in there. And you’ve got like big old hands. Yeah, yeah, I got the big meat hooks so. Yeah, not me, I’ve got little dainty hands. Yeah so, this is a difficult hobby for me ’cause of the meat hooks. Now it feels like we’re just holding hands kinda creepily just for the record.
Oh well, you know. Now how much do we wanna do, do I wanna do more than that? Yeah, you just get it to, try and get through as many of the folds as you can. If you see like folds off to the side, you wanna get it as much of a smooth surface as possible. With her shield and everything, I think it would look cool if she were kind of facing us for like a three quarter, and in order to do that, we’re gonna have to drill into the figure, and we’re gonna have to make sure that we drill at a proper top angle. We don’t wanna actually drill in like this. We wanna make sure we drill straight down in like this. Before we get to the drilling though, there’s actually one more piece of this miniature that I find really interesting that I wanna talk about for a second, and that’s the, if you look at the back of the figure, she’s just got this bare scabbard right here. So it’s gonna be kind of weird in my opinion to cut this sword off and not have anything in the scabbard, so let’s take our clippers. We’re gonna make sure we preserve the fingers. We don’t wanna cut into any of her fingers, but we also don’t wanna leave any of that weapon on there. Be very careful, make sure that you don’t lose this is a itty bitty piece we got right here, so you just wanna make sure that you– You mean you wanna keep the itty bitty piece? Yeah, we’re gonna keep that itty bitty piece right there. We’re gonna do something really cool. You’re gonna put the sword in the scabbard aren’t you? Mm-hmm, we’re gonna put the sword in the scabbard, and there’s a specific way we’re gonna do that. It’s gonna be super cool. All right, so what’s the next step? You wanna take these rough, I’m already dropping these pieces, you wanna take these rough edges here and just file ’em down. You wanna make sure that both ends are as flat as you can make them. I might tweezer this. Yeah, yeah, you can totally tweezer it. In fact, that’s a really good idea, I hope. Now is this a case of maybe cutting is not a good idea, and we should just file, or should I definitely cut? Um, let me take a look at what you got there. Yeah, I would say you pry wanna cut but don’t cut with the pinch, like cut against the pinch. Yeah, there you go. Try and get it as close to the tip as possible, so that you’re cutting minimal amount off. You should get a nice flat surface. Yeah there you go, and then just file that down, and that bad boy should be all set. So there we go. The last bit we’re gonna convert for our paladin, our lady paladin here is we’re gonna give her a really awesome weapon, so let’s take a look at our weapon sprue here. We got all kinds of bits. We got axes, we got swords. I think this cavalry hammer. Like he had in Braveheart? Yeah, exactly. Just cut the hammer off at the base where it meets the little molding bit, and we’re gonna cut more of the handle off here in a second. We don’t need to worry about that piece right now. Now we’re gonna take a look at this other piece. I’m gonna get this ax. We’re gonna rob the pommel off of this one, clip that off of there. We need to get a little bit of a flat surface, so what we’re gonna do is we’re gonna take our file, make sure we’re doing the flat side down with the file, and we’re just gonna try and put the bulbous shape back into this pommel and get rid of like the flat top, so we’re kinda going around to sort of preserve that light bulb shape to this pommel. It’s gonna be a little bit of a challenge ’cause we gotta hit it from multiple angles, and make sure that we’re not filing too hard in any one direction so that any part of it turns flat, we don’t want that. So now, the last little bit of snip snip we’re gonna do is we wanna get that pauldron, so we’re gonna go right to the base of the ax. Oh, you’re goin’ just for the little jewel at the end. We’re just getting the jewel ’cause we’re gonna put that on the bottom part of her hand. So flat side towards–
Flat side down, and you wanna make sure that you go up to the rings, there’s like these two little rings, and you wanna make sure you save those, don’t get rid of those, and then once you’re happy with it, a little snip and then this is where it gets a little tricky. You gotta kinda get in there, and this is a– This is where it gets a little tricky? A fine little bit of sanding. When that bit is ready, set it down, and now we have all of our pieces to make our awesome– Can I ask you a random question just kind of out of nowhere? Have you ever eaten half a pickle and put the other half away? Can’t say I’ve ever done that. Thank you very much. Can’t say I’ve ever done that. If a person’s ever eaten half a pickle and was like this isn’t my thing, I wanna get rid of it, that’s cool. How would you get rid of it? Well, I would probably put it in the nearest trash, or you know, if I’m hangin’ with homeys and like we’re all havin’ beers, I might be anybody else want the rest of this? What are the chances of you opening the jar and putting the pickle back and then closing the jar? After I’ve already eaten it? Yeah, after you’ve eaten half of it. I would have to be a bachelor with no social life, living at home, eating ramen out of a shoe. That’s all I needed. You know what, while we’re doing that, this is a perfect time to cut to a pro tip. We’re gonna cut to Bryan Merlonghi or crazy bachelor guy who eats ramen out of his shoe ’cause that’s a good example. The hell’s his problem? Bryan do me a favor, tell us something we already know. (whip swooshing) No. (whip swooshing) All right, well we gave it a try, thanks Bryan. All right, let’s get back to it. All right, so what I have here are all the bits we’re gonna need to make this really awesome female paladin. Okay, I think I’ve got the same ones luckily. Excellent, excellent, so we’re gonna take our Citadel, our drill, then we’re gonna get the smallest drill bit, the teeniest one on there. Yeesh. When we’re drilling, you don’t wanna like drill down with this thing. It can be a little bit dangerous. It can slip out of the pewter. It could go right into your hand, so I like to keep both my palms on the table. Find a part that goes straight down into the fig and try and keep it as much to the center of where the neck area is, so don’t be too off to one side or too far to the back.
You get one shot at this don’t ya? Yeah, you know you have to just kind of do it a little bit at a time ’cause the drill bit might have the tendency to travel on you, so once you’ve got it set, you’ll wanna start applying a little more pressure as you twist, a little more, and you’ll start seeing the metal come out of the fig in like little ribbons. It does wanna travel doesn’t it? Yeah, yeah, it’s a little tricky. How deep do we want to make the hole? You pry wanna go maybe a quarter of an inch, maybe, or a half. That’s pry about a quarter of an inch right there. So continue to twirl the drill but pull, that’ll help clear the hole out that you’re drilling into. If you just like sorta twist it and pull, you’re getting all those metal flakes outta there. Might be about a quarter of an inch in now. Okay cool, I’d say the body is about right, so now we’re gonna– You wanna check, check my work? Yeah, yeah, let’s check that out. Yeah, that’s perfect. In fact, you’re more dead to center than I am. There’s Will’s and there’s mine. He did it way better than me, and I’ve been doin’ this for years. Oh, just beginner’s luck. Yeah right. All right, so now we’re gonna take this. This is where I mess the whole thing up. We’re gonna take the head, and we’re gonna put the drill kinda, if you could see where I’m doin’, it’s like just where you’d imagine the spinal column to be. Okay, so it’s kinda back a little? Kind of back in the middle, not too far forward.
Like something like that? Yeah, yeah that’s perfect. To set the hole, we’re gonna drill towards the flat surface. What do you mean to drill towards the flat surface? Remember how earlier I said that I wanted to go in at an angle like this, but just to set the hole, we’re gonna go in straight like this. Okay. So once you’ve created that little knot, we’re gonna adjust then to the right. How knotty did you go? Yeah, just a little bit, you see that? So you went kind of in the middle more than I did. Should I like… Let me see. I didn’t really start it. Oh yeah, go a little further up there. That’s where you want it, yeah, that’s where you want. There you go, and it’s okay. If you feel that you’ve drilled in like the wrong spot, you can readjust, you can redrill, it’s totally fine. You don’t have to try to make me feel better. It’s okay man, I know how sensitive you are. I get it. Now that we’ve got the knot in there, we’re gonna adjust our angle to where, if you see what I’m doin’, I’m trying to drill like straight, straight in like that where we’re at like an extreme angle ’cause we want that chin to be– Wait, now we’re going straight, but you wanna go this way? Yeah, I wanna tilt it a little bit to where we’re keepin’ the point of that chin straight down. Straight down, okay. We wanna go about the same distance in, about a quarter of an inch, and you can see here, you can see those metal flakes. If you do like I do and you do this stuff over like food a lot, you wanna be very careful that metal flakes do not end up in your food. Wait, wait, stop, stop, wait. If you’re doin’ your hobby and you got your food off to the side and your multitasking, you just wanna be careful. You eat while drilling pewter figurines? Sometimes, you know, you gotta drill and pin and eat on the run, you know what I mean? You got so much stuff goin’ on. Wow, I would suggest maybe separating those two just in the future. It’s tasty. It’s tasty he says as he’s twitching all over the place. Are we good? I think we’re good, I think we’re about ready to move on to the next step. I wanna say a little something about pinning real quick ’cause you usually use paper clips. I tend to use paper clips for all pinning. You do not want to clip these paper clips with your soft metal cutters. You don’t. Yeah, you do not. If you try and use these, you’re gonna actually damage, you can actually damage these clippers, and you’ll get like this little divot in there. Oh, not clipper divot. Yeah, you end up with clipper divot. Clipper divot is the hashtag clipper divot. That’s the worst.
Yeah, hashtag clipper divot. You’re gonna end up spending a lot of money on clippers. So you actually wanna use like legit wire cutters, you know, the kind of stuff you could get at like a hardware store to actually cut the paper clip here. There you go sir. First thing I like to do, sorry, unfold like about a quarter of it, and then I just sort of measure, I try and get my measurements with the piece, so I see how deep. And it goes into the head first not the body. You know, we’ll pry wanna glue it into the head first. That way we can set, it’s a little easier to set the head on the body if it’s glued to the pin. We’re pry gonna wanna take about maybe like I’d say a half inch maybe less.
How much of it should stick out? You probably don’t want it to stick out past the level of like the chin, like where the chin dips down, and then, yeah, clip it, and it should be good. Here we go. This might not be (clippers snip) long enough. Yeah, that’s not gonna be long enough is it? No, you’re gonna want more than that. See, I do about, you can see, about that much. Now it seems a little big. Is that too big? See we can always trim it if we feel that it is, but I think that might actually be the perfect size, but we’ll see here. Oh yeah, look at that. Yeah, brilliant, so now we’re gonna pin, we’re gonna get the piece pinned into the head. So head first. Yeah, head first, we’re gonna glue the head first. So I’m gonna grab some super glue. Just as long as it’s not a glue gun. No, it’s not a glue gun, it’s not a glue gun. I don’t do well with glue guns. No, it was never meant to be used by man. Glue guns are foul. Oh, we got the super glue activator too. The problem with this though is it makes the glue less sticky. It’s not as strong a contact is what I’ve heard. It hardens it super quick if you use an activator, but it doesn’t harden it as well as if you just let it naturally dry, so it’s a good thing to know. We learned that last season. It still works really well, but it doesn’t work as well if you just let it dry. But this is impatience in a can. All right, so next thing we’re gonna wanna do is glue the pin into the helmet. Now this is tricky. We wanna make sure that when the glue sets and dries, that the pin is at the right angle ’cause sometimes when you put a pin in there it can lean to one side. So how do you do that? I’m just gonna do it by eye. First, take your glue and just put a little bitty dab of glue over the drilled hole just a little bit in there. You just wanna kind of fill it, and then take the peg, set that in there, and then you’re just gonna wanna eyeball it from all different angles. Make sure that when you look straight down on it that it looks straight. Look at it from the side. For the sake of speeding this lesson up a little bit, we’re gonna take some of this accelerant. This doesn’t take much, just a little dab. There you go, just a little bit. Make sure your skin is not in contact with any glue when that spray hits your skin. That’s an important safety tip– Make very sure of that. Beautiful, all you need is one little spray. Then this stuff has alcohol base, so it’ll dissolve pretty quick. It’ll evaporate pretty quick. That’s strong stuff. Yeah, it is. So now what are we doin’? All right, so we’re just gonna set it in there, make sure that we like the angle. Like I said before, I’ve got mine at a slight like three quarter angle, so she’s kinda looking towards the direction of the shield. Oh see yeah, (stutters) like a glove, come on. It’s perfect. It’s absolutely perfect. It’s perfect, it’s great.
It’s perfect. So it’s Melinda on Nancy Jo’s body. Do we call her Melinda Jo, or what do we call her now? I guess if you wanna just be that black and white with it. I think it’d be a whole new person. It would be. I’m gonna call her Karen. Karen, I like it. This is Karen Ridgeway from Syosset, New York. That’s very specific. Yeah, well she’s got a specific backstory. Is that someone that you went to high school with, maybe didn’t wanna go to the prom with you? No, no everybody else didn’t wanna go to the prom with me. Karen woulda gone. Karen woulda gone, she would have brought the hammer. She would’ve. She is a part-time librarian, a part-time receptionist, and all alcoholic, unfortunately. Yeah, she’s got a problem. Sounds like an interesting cocktail of traits.
Karen’s got a problem. That’s why she wears the mask. What’s next mister? All right, so we’ve got our miniature. She’s got her head attached. We’re gonna let that dry. She’ll be good, and then for the next episode, we’ll be putting all the accessories and all the weapons on her. All right perfect, so I think when we let her dry is a perfect chance to wrap this one up here. I want to thank you again Albert for coming and joining us. My pleasure. Join us next week for the last episode of season two where we are gonna finish up our kitbashing mini where we’re throwin’ a whole bunch of minis together and makin’ one really cool tank mini which is pretty awesome. So please join us for that, and remember every great masterpiece starts with a single brush stroke, thanks everybody. (electronic music)