Prior to basing the miniatures, I had to do some remedial work on the castings, particularly the rifles. I used my fingers and some slight pressure to straighten the barrels before repairing the broken bayonets.
I had four Orcs where the bayonets were OK and just strengthen the end of the barrel and the start of the bayonet with some superglue. The remaining four, where the bayonets had been broken off were repaired by cutting the bayonet away from the end of the gun barrel and supergluing the small barrel end back in place. Once again I used superglue and accelerator to seal the delicate join.
All eight figures had their bases smoothed out by sanding back the bottom of the metal base with some sanding sticks (wooden sticks with sandpaper/abrasive paper stuck in place with double-sided sellotape).
The figures were glued to 2p coins with more superglue and accelerator. I use a brand of superglue called Mitrefast from Everbuild which can be purchased via the internet.
I am well aware that there are a wide variety of different basing techniques/materials used by Flintloque gamers. I have persisted in the use of 2p coins since my first Flintloque Orcs were modelled over twenty years ago. By the way, my first Flintloque minis were purchased from a now long-gone ironmongers/model shop in Stratford-upon-Avon.
Bases I have seen used on Flintloque miniatures;
1 - Coins (as already stated, I use UK 2p coins or 1p coins on some of the smaller figures)
2 - Metal washes
3 - Square metal bases (as supplied by Alternative Armies). These were the bases included with this box set of Flintloque Line Infantry
4 - Square plastic bases (similar to the Games Workshop bases, but without the 'Slotta-base')
5 - Round plastic bases, either simple or with a curved lip
6 - Card or balsawood square bases
7 - Resin 'cartouche' bases, either round, square or rectangular as supplied by AA
So which bases do you employ?