Usually the bastion pieces are pretty easy to glue together. The lower level pieces lock together side by side no problem. The tower pieces , I imagine exhibit the same small limitation I found with the roof bits. To assemble them side by side I had to cut a small piece off, then put a small piece of sprue in the back to hold them together. Like so.
I just used a pieec of sprue, as I said. And cut it down and filed it flat. Still doesn't look THAT great. I'm not looking for a seamless finish here, as they're just supposed to be stamped, pre-fabricated plascrete buildings. Or some such thing. I bought a tube of Tamiya's white putty from an LGS. It's consistency is like toothpaste, but not grainy - not as grainy as Squadron Green Putty, which while useful and sands down nicely once it's dry, can be quite brittle. I filled in the gap, so:
Let that dry, sanded it flat and did the thing with the assembly. Sprayed it with the Soviet Armour and drybrushed with the GW Rotting Flesh as per usual. I painted up the floor panels using the same method as last time and here you can see another configuration of the current project.
Yes, that's my son's tactical marine from the Alpha Legion. He's okay, he's a loyalist just waiting for the articificers to repaint his armour in the Blackshield way. Or IS he a loyalist...?
I Never Thought That Was My (Imperial) Strongpoint - WIP part 1
Strongpoints, part 2 - WIP part 2