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I used a saber from some left-over bits, and just placed a couple small strips of fishing line laterally just above the cutting edge. Then I just applied a tiny dot of greenstuff at the end of each section of line. You cant even tell that it was a conversion job, and it was not too difficult to accomplish.
My 40K Armies:
- Thousand Sons
- Mordian Imperial Guard
- Dark Eldar
My Fantasy Armies:
- Lhamian Vampire Counts
You could, you know, just paint it as a power weapon.
As said, you can really use any sort of CC weapon as a PW, including a chainsword. Just paint them in appropriate colours and maybe even model little powerlines running from the hilt to a small generator or something along those lines.Originally Posted by Twitchy
Some colours I've seen that indicate power weapons rather well are red and blue. Blue is usually used with lightning-esque designs, and the red is usually like a "glow" on the entire blade. Both usually confer the meaning rather well.
Yeah true, like chainfists. It's not the blade but the electrical field thingy.Originally Posted by Lost Nemesis
... only triumph could turn pooing his pants into a good thing..
Edit:because I suck
Last edited by Ikeaboy; November 16th, 2005 at 00:19.
i think you meant to post that in the topic about the guy who was looking for a very cost thifty way of getting two additional guardsmen to finish out his army. and not this topic about how to model power weapons (and car batteries).