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Im new to Chaos and i wanted to upgrade a predator with "mutated hull." I wanted to know if anybody has had any experience with this conversion or if there are any suggestions. btw, its a Death Guard predator...
On my rhino I used green stuff to make screaming faces all over the Front, and part of the side armor... I did it by laying on a thick coating of GS then used a pencil to make the faces in it.
Hope that helps
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maybe take some arms and glue them on as if a creature is trying to claw out, also modelling knife the faces from head plastics and glue them on for a twisted appearance.
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A couple of the glyph plates from the chaos vehicle sprue are twisted faces, and with a little green stuff can be made to look like they are part of the vehicle. Lots of green stuff and random limbs from different models would work well. Maybe some glass beads to look like bubbling crap coming through the hull? You know, like from the Typhus conversion Tammy Haye did in a recent white dwarf.
Cool thanks....though ive never used green stuff in any of my modeling before.....actually im pretty inexperianced in conversions altogether...im gonna have to give it a try.....
I used half of a horror(flamer?) of tzeentch (that multi mouth demon one, come sin blisters), and putty it onto variouse bits of the hull to make it look like it had demonic possession and that the hull is mutated by the demon and trying to get out, looks fairly nice. Did it to my basilisk too, no one will mistake for an weak imperial guard vehicle now (course it cant have demonice possesion as its an open top vehicle, but the left over horrors (flamer?)
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I did some cool stuff to my rhino whilst messing around recently. Get some super-glue. (preferably in those little brush on packs.) And wherever you brush it on it will form a clear, slimy looking layer. brushed some on around the vents so it looks like it is leaking some sort of disgusting goop. Also i have found that melting very thin pieces of polystyrene with super glue creates a wierd bubbly effect that looks quite chaosy. Should work especially well for nurgle. I would suggest testing this method on something else before you do it on your vehicle.
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Nice, i might just do that, not to any of mine, but i could always steal my mates models.....
Painting on platic glue with a ****tail stick gives a similar shiny effect as superglue after you've painted the models.
I've tried melting polystyrene before, it can work really well and looks pretty cool, but it can tend to make a horrible mess everywhere if you balls it up.
[EDIT: Why is it filtering ****tail stick? That's just rediculous. Stupid machine.]