With a big model like the all metal Grenadier Death Giant of the Undead Legion, strong support is needed to hold those parts up. I had arranged a decent pin for the upright axe-wielding arm, but I felt more was necessary and so added another pin.
There was no more room in the arm cast to drill another deep hole. Half of the cast was now occupied by a failed attempt: a snapped drill bit embedded in the metal. I had enough to seat a pin comfortable, but the corresponding hole would have to be on the torso.
To do this, I had to build up an area of Green Stuff, let it cure, then drill into that.
A brass pin was seated into the arm casting,
The two pins participate nicely, one being rooted in the torso casting (old steel) and one being rooted in the arm casting (brass),
The fit works well, and the two pins being (of course) ever so slightly not parallel actually makes for a nice tight grip, even without glue.
But an unsightly gap needs some filling and detailing with more Green Stuff. I'll share the progress soon. Thanks again for tuning in to this blog!