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Have been painting a friend's 2000pt. Chaos army (Khorne) for forever and have finally arrived at Raptors. The way the models look, it appears as if each of them is standing with on foot on a small fire. The painted ones that I have seen on line paint these little fires to look like the ground, giving the impression that when they go 'whooosh!' some of the dirt below them comes swirling up. Another possible explanation is, I thought, that when they lift off, their feet fart. This would not only give a fascinating new spin to the term 'fast attack', but might suggest that I arm my Battle Sisters with Gas-X grenades!
At any rate, could someone clear this up for me so I can get back to the painting?
they kick up some dirt when they "blast off" ?
clear acrylic rods would have to be too thick to support the models without breaking..
(they are still metal, arent they?)
I know! Base them so that they are standing in a pool of blood! They kick off, sending blood in the air!
He mixed it up.
It is meant to be roflmfao
Roll on floor laughing my [certain word] ass off.