Gluing multi-part anything together requires patience and quick-drying glue. :/ And possibly a good pair of tweezers to hold tiny things in place. You don't need a lot of force, just to hold it until the glue sets, which is where patience comes in.
.. and sometimes, you just have to pin the little bastards. Or - and this wants finesse - improvise a clamp to hold everything in place. The finesse comes in where you need the support, but you don't want something that will compress it until it comes apart (so no rubber bands).
Wrangling drakes.. oof. Okay, so, we're rampaging around in the Tardis Hut (Baba Yaga apparently borrowed the concept for her Dancing Hut. We had things to say about that), and we hit this place where winter is a Thing for years on end and the locals resemble furry elves. Okay, fine - we manage to make nice, but we have to help them repel this invasion. Excellent. So, we help. And at some point during this invasion, we have to deal with two siege towers, being pushed/defended by war hydras (seven heads!) and frost drakes.
The paladin (my character) said words to the effect of, 'I've got this', casts Angelic Aspect (which gives her, amongst other things, wings), and ends up tangling with the drakes. Having no better ideas, she grapples one and attempts to break it to saddle. Like you do.
... it didn't work, but she managed to keep both drakes occupied while the melee and the squashy casters took care of the tower and the hydras. If I don't misremember, the rogue disabled the gearing system, and buried a hydra under one of the towers. I think the other one was driven off.
Alright. Marilith. And a lot of the other misc. that I've been painting:
Pretty much all the things, and bookshelves.
The marilith, with her pack of loyal gnolls, facing off against an unsuspecting Paladin.
A better look at the paladin from the front.
Bu- ah. Burrowing Horrors!