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im gonna field 1 supreme sorceress and 1 sorceress in my 2000pts army, but i dont know what models to use?
i have bought the new sorceress which i can use as the supreme one, but what about the other? what models do you use?
there is a rather nice one on cold one but i wont risk a sorceress to lol around in stupidity..
i could maybe put her on some other legs on mount her on a dark steed? anyone tried this? (my army is not an all-mounted one)
I use an old Dark Elf Sorceror, and the Avatars of War Sorceress in addition to the supreme sorceress on foot.
You could always convert one of the supreme sorceress's to be holding a dagger.
I'll be using the Supreme Sorc model for a Sorc or Supreme, depending on what I want to use. I also have an extra WE Glade Rider I intend to convert into a mounted Sorceress.
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i see what you mean - she would fit very well!I'm using Lellith Hesperax
i was thinking about completely converting my own, here are my thoughts:
since our girls have biiig manes of black hair that should wave in the wind i was looking for something that would more or less fit this.. i am at all not capable of sculpting my own hair (read. the sorceress' hair..), so i lightenend up when i saw this picture:
the champion (or whatever it is) in the middle have a really nice bunch of hair. would it be possible to use this head, and make an vertical cut down the face and sculpt/add another female elven face? the bodies of the daemonettes actually fit well too with all the latex, erotic, yet dark clothing/armour with brahs etc.., one would "just" have to replace the hands (and maybe underarms) and the legs(from the knees and down)..
if this is to hard, one could keep the legs, only replacing the hands, and creating a sorceress on her way to daemonhood(an old miscast accident, perhaps?)
- or are the daemonettes simply too tall?
EDIT: another way to convert one, would be to use this spellsinger from the wood elf range:
Her pose is almost similar to our own new sorceress. The branches that raises her aloft could be easily converted into whirling and twisting energy (like the new one)..
The Wood Elf Spellsingers are fantastic models, but not quite 'spiky' enough for a Dark Elf army to my way of thinking. Having said that, you can achieve a lot with a suitable paint scheme.
In terms of slicing off faces - it's probably possible but I'd hazard a guess at it being quite difficult. You could just chop the whole head off a WE Spellsinger and pin that onto a Daemonette's body (green-stuff around the join, etc.), though if the size doesn't match then it might look a bit odd.
Here's a good UK-based site with a large range of models from various manufacturers. There may be good alternatives there, if you're prepared to pay the shipping costs.
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That's the model I'm using for one of my sorceresses. A few minor conversions to replace her sword with a dagger and the scepter with something else, (still not entirely sure yet), and she should look pretty good!
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