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suggestions for moddeling the little buggers............
personally i would go for double edged chain axes, however i have not spen hours trawling through the online store.
Double sided chain axes would look good but be expensive to do.
Chaos Warrior Fantasy axes might be a cheaper solution. I believe there is also a champion of khorne model that has a double sided axe that woiuld make a good axe of khorne.
There once was a Lord named Vlad,
Who's fighting skillz really were mad.
He killed and he maimed,
He spilled blood in Khorne's name.
And the fact that he's legal makes me glad
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With my Axes, I simply took the axes from the boxed set, cut the axe-head off, and stuck it to the other side of another axe.
Yeah sounds to me like double edged chain axes are the best bet,
'However' and there always is a however, i have found these in the online store, they may do the job but i am worried that such a piece of metal would be to heavy on my champion thus causing him/her (you never know...) to snap or collaspe.
Last edited by Mercurious; June 8th, 2006 at 14:27.
How about any axe with the khorne symbol painted on it?
so the bottom bit lines up with the edge?
LO RulesOriginally Posted by AnonymousOriginally Posted by Cyric
yeh i suppose that is also a good idea but i wanted to make mine mine really ornate and fancy seeing as there uber axes and all....
I used the bloodletter champion axe.
The head is big and has a khorne symbol wrapped around the blade. Single headed though.
Last edited by JDSampo; June 8th, 2006 at 16:48.
I've seen some awesome work done with plasticard. Get it a little thick and you can sand down the edges and shapes to get it to look real mean. Then all you have to do is pin it on to a shaft.
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Originally Posted by Mercurious
This should be fine. It's meant to be put on a model the size of a marine. If you pin it, it won't snap off, and if you have zerkers falling over, like mine, a 1" metal washer clued to the botton of the base does nicely to balance them.
I really like that one Mercurious.