|So what's wrong with that?|
Finecast has a lot of things going for it, but first, I'll go with the downsides: 1. It has some bubbles... sometimes. 2. It is a little warped... sometimes.
1. The bubbles are really not a problem. a little greenstuff and they're gone. If you use it even a tiny bit of the stuff to repose models or fill in gaps, filling in bubbles is absolutely no problem.
2. The warping isn't a problem either. Forge World stuff has it as well and it only takes a dip in warm water to fix.
Now, the positives: 1. It's light. 2. It's easy to work with. 3. It has crisp detail.
1. If a model is light, it is easy to transport, it doesn't topple over and this means that dynamic poses are easier to get, and more viable. This can only be a good thing, can't it? personally I think that this is great, not only for how handy it is, but also, because the quality of miniatures is going up all of the time.
|Would this pose be possible in metal?|
|Imagine trying this conversion on a metal model!|
|Look at the sharp details on that model|
But I digress, this was meant as more as a conversation starter. If you have anything to add please post a comment. Or better yet, if you have a clear, concise argument against Finecast I'd love to hear it.