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Im in the midst of creating a Captain on Pegasus and Karl Franz on Dragon and im stuck for models...
Im thinking of using the Bret Pegasus Knight with either the entire body swapped for the General mounted figure, or maybe just the head swapped, any idea's?
And for the Dragon, well, the problem is i don't like any of the current range. They don't look, whats the word, fat enough... I see the Imperial Dragon being relatively pampered (for a dragon that is) and all the current dragons just seem to thin for my liking.
Any advice on either of these would be much appreciated (and pic's of your conversions even more appreciated)
Yes wel the bretonnia pegasus can perfectly be used to make a captain/general of the empire. Altough I would swap the entire body not just parts, since the empire has a renaisance style and bretonnian feudal. And thats quite a difference between full plate and mailed.
Well for the dragon you could perhaps take a high elf dragon from the new range, these look great in my opinion. At least in comparison with the old range... those were plain ugly.
For your dragon, you could mix the orc wyvern model with the new high elf dragon to make a "plumper" dragon which retains it's cunning face element. There is a nice poster going around the GW's here in blighty with some conversions along that line.
As for the pegasus thing. you could always convert the empire mounted general plastic kit with the legs from the bret lord, then the model will have the empire look with legs that actually fit on a pegasus.