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That would probably be an inferno pistol. For the cloak, good use of green stuff, or perhaps another model that has a cloak, convert it onto the back of the canoness and use greenstuff to fix the join lines. Cheers,
Green stuff is good modelling putty, in the sense that it easily moulds into place, then stays that way unless you re-mould. So basically, once you have sculpted your cloak, just leave the model for the specified time before trying to do anything else. Good luck with the modelling,
The cloak will cover the back of the model, so it's realy up to you. The only thing is, doesn't the canoness model have a cloak already on her?
She does. The cloak on her could easily be a Cloak of St. Aspira. I'd take issue with any opponent who challenges that.
Ah well, fair enough. You sound like a brave man sculpting a whole cloak of Green Stuff (but then, the idea of sculpting a sausage with GS is a little daunting to me!).