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    So, I had an idea that is probably not going to work. Here's the thing: I love the sphinxes that Nehekhara gets now. I want one, even if I never play Khemri.

    Then I started thinking what to do with the leftover parts. Building it leaves me with a torso, head and a few other parts. I thought about converting that part into a Bone Giant (Titan, now) that looks a bit more like an actual statue.

    The problem, of course, being that it lacks half a torso and legs. And here comes my question: does anyone know a (preferably plastic) model that has useful legs for this? Statue preferable, but really, any big model with good-looking legs works.
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    Could you slice the top off of the dude from the honoured imperium terrain set? None of the pieces go to waste as you end up with some ruined statues for scenery in 40k (assuming you play that of course).

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    Of 'roughly' appropriate size and in plastic...
    -Rat ogres (probably too skinny though)
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    The problem, of course, being that it lacks half a torso and legs. And here comes my question: does anyone know a (preferably plastic) model that has useful legs for this? Statue preferable, but really, any big model with good-looking legs works.
    Ooof... that might be difficult. That Sphinx really is pretty damn huge and massive.

    Brainstorming:
    - an actual Bone Giant. Might kinda defeat the purpose though.
    - a regular Giant. That would be large enough... but it's not exactly what I would call "good-looking".
    - this piece of scenery was actually my very first idea - it would be good looking, and it shouldn't be too difficult to cut it in shape - but I'm pretty sure it's much too small.
    - some Daemon Prince or another. But I'm pretty sure those are way too small as well.
    - briefly thought of Inquisitor models. No. Way, way, way too small.
    - umm... drawing blank. I can't think of any humanoid models in the GW range that would be large enough, besides actual Giants. I may be underestimating the size of some of the above, or my memory is playing tricks on me regarding how large the sphinx is (remember, I had two of those going up against me, that may make them seem larger than they are in my mind ), but I think you'd have to either get a Giant of some sort or seek outside of the GW range (where my knowledge doesn't reach and I can give no advice. ).

    EDIT: Partially ninja'd. Jair Barik, I think one of us two either severely under- or overestimates the size of the sphinx. I'm horrible at estimating sizes (and so is my memory when it comes to them), so there is an excellent chance it's me - but I think Ogres and Minotaurs and such would have to be twice as tall as they are for them to fit the Sphinx. Minimum.
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    Hmmm. I might actually start looking around for non-model things. Small statuettes or the like. The imperium guy might work.

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    Probably need to re-do the edge highlights; they appear to have been completely erased by the sunlight.
    Nice smooth grey, and the power sword is very sharky. Only criticism is the white of the teeth designs could do with another coat. When I do those designs I put the white down first (well, astro-grey then white), and put the red over the top. Doing it that way allows me to get a crisper white and sharper edges on the teeth.


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    Big no no the eldar avatar.
    That model is way too small. However a forgeworld avatar may work or alternatively a Wraithlord.

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    Hell no, I'm not buying forgeworld models. The shipping alone would ruin me. So, barring an actual statuette, demon lord seems like the best bet.
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    I've always wanted to paint one of the really gritty and violent fantasy orcs from GW,and I managed to pick up an old metal Gorbad Ironhide on the cheap at a LHS down in Atlanta. I really like this sculpt- there are a lot of open areas to play around on and I plan on trying a bunch of new things to really make him look good.

    So far the only think finished on him is the skin, mouth, and teeth (except for the metal tusk). I started out with a mixture of Goblin Green and Bronzed Flesh for the base color. I shaded to red and then down into purple with a number of glazes and brought up the highlights to a pure glaze of Deck Tan.

    The tongue was actually fun to paint and took a number of different colors to complete. I based it with VMC Scarlet Red and the applied a few washes of Leviathan Purple. Once that all dried I glazed some pink around the outer edge and blended it all together.

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    Hell no, I'm not buying forgeworld models. The shipping alone would ruin me. So, barring an actual statuette, demon lord seems like the best bet.
    Yep. The non FW version is about the size of a terminator.

    Also CreganTur what is DG? Do you mean GD (golden demon)?

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    Hmmm. I might actually start looking around for non-model things. Small statuettes or the like. The imperium guy might work.

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    That thing is pretty huge. And i am going to buy 2 tomorrow

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    I've always wanted to paint one of the really gritty and violent fantasy orcs from GW,and I managed to pick up an old metal Gorbad Ironhide on the cheap at a LHS down in Atlanta. I really like this sculpt- there are a lot of open areas to play around on and I plan on trying a bunch of new things to really make him look good.

    So far the only think finished on him is the skin, mouth, and teeth (except for the metal tusk). I started out with a mixture of Goblin Green and Bronzed Flesh for the base color. I shaded to red and then down into purple with a number of glazes and brought up the highlights to a pure glaze of Deck Tan.

    The tongue was actually fun to paint and took a number of different colors to complete. I based it with VMC Scarlet Red and the applied a few washes of Leviathan Purple. Once that all dried I glazed some pink around the outer edge and blended it all together.

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    Grimgor ironhide? The red armor is way too flat. I don΄t know but if you dare you can maby try non metal metal?
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    He did say the skin and teeth were the only bits that were finished.
    Those parts are looking pretty good to me, keep up the good work.

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    He did say the skin and teeth were the only bits that were finished.
    Those parts are looking pretty good to me, keep up the good work.
    Yeah well he did. Also Cregan i really liked whatyou did with the severed head, is it a statue?
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    The face also looks a bit flat.
    It's actually shaded, but pale skin plus bright lights plus bad angle...
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    Y'know, I actually paint red by painting white first, and that never occurred to me. I'll give it a go on the next model.
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    Okay, remember how I said that I was going to do a bit of colour test with Quickshade to see if it'd work for shading my Warmachine models? It was in the previous thread so it probably got lost. Anyway, finally got around to it and, either I should've used bits with more recessed detail, painted the Quickshade on rather than dipping, or Strong Tone doesn't do enough to the colour.

    Ice Blue and Elf Flesh were still too bright after the 'shade and there didn't seem to be much difference in the darker colours. So with that in-mind, I'm going to do something I swore I would never do when I first got into tabletop wargames - hand highlighting.

    Not sure how long it'll be, still got a couple of Stormblades missing arms and I haven't even primed stuff yet. Probably do that tomorrow if it's not raining. Either way - don't get your hopes up on quality, especially since I can't be bothered to mix paints (if I ever shift over to a paint range that uses dropper bottles instead of GW's pots that may change - watching the painting videos Beasts of War did for a Grey Knight Terminator's gotten me a bit more open to the idea).
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    Eldan, you could mount it on something totally different to make some necron like construct if you can't find legs for it.
    Now I'm tempted of getting a gigantic snake body. That should be easier, actually, they sell rubber snake at every fair here. I'll have to try that. Then some plastic card, some wire and some greenstuff... that should work.
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    So, P3 paints kind of irritate me. I have here Idrian Flesh, Bootstrap Leather, and Bloodtracker Brown and I swear they're the exact same shade, with only a slight difference in tone.
    Thank goodness for Menoth White Highlight or I'd never get decent highlights.
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    Now I'm tempted of getting a gigantic snake body. That should be easier, actually, they sell rubber snake at every fair here. I'll have to try that. Then some plastic card, some wire and some greenstuff... that should work.
    What about, like, a necron tomb stalker?

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    Another Forgeworld model, sadly. Would be cool, but shipping from the UK here is extremely expensive. Plus, from what I've heard, Resin is difficult (and potentially dangerous) to work with.
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    I have some resin (dystopian wars) models. Theyare indeed hard to work with compared to plastic but in this case thankfully there is very little to do on them except clip off of flash.

    It is a carcinogenic though and so any work beyond clipping off flash (sanding, drilling etc.) should be done outside in a well ventilated area wearing a mask of some kind to avoid inhaling dust/fumes. It is indeed dangerous.

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    I just did that. Only bought the book and a box of tomb guard and I'll probably use the tomb gaurd for bits to spread among my chariots and warriors. Just because a proper unit of Tomb Guard would be expensive.

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    Oh? I've had a look through the new WD, there wasn't anything in there I liked more than the standard one.

    I thought I might go for Alabaster over the ever-present Obsidian, though. Seems more egyptian. In fact, I can't remember seeing Obsidian anywhere in Egyptian art.
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    I thought I might go for Alabaster over the ever-present Obsidian, though. Seems more egyptian. In fact, I can't remember seeing Obsidian anywhere in Egyptian art.
    That seems quite reasonable, considering they had a city named after Alabaster in Ancient Egypt, whereas I'm not aware of them having had any volcanoes in their vicinity.
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    Ah, didn't know about the city. But I've seen plenty of Egyptian statuary from the material.

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    Good thing it's a dry, dry desert out there in Nehekhara.
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    Not much for invading the old world, though.

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    Oh? I've had a look through the new WD, there wasn't anything in there I liked more than the standard one.
    They have some guys with green-bronze armour and weapons that are pretty cool.

    Its probably just that the studio army is worse painted than the one off models that they don't actually have an army of.

    My personal idea for the spare necrosphinx bits is a Thousand Sons Defiler.

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    Not much for invading the old world, though.
    At least the new fluff lets you invade the old world rather than just be stay at home and read kings.
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    Default Re: The Warhammer Models Thread III: A Brush With Death

    Yes, some of them went from "restore our might" to "crawling in my skin and crawling scarabs in your skin!" with the new book. Not that I mind, they're the only undead I actually like.

    I love the ... scarlet king? red king? not sure about his name in English. Lovely paint scheme his army got.

    Also, a note for all those who paint Word Bearers: Army Painters' Dragon Red is too light for them. Back to GW's paint gun for me.
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