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just a few questions-
1.Does anyone know how large the space hulk models are? I'd love to use the models in my armies. The Stealers would make a great broodlord retinue in a normal game. The termies are ace sculpts as well.
2. Can they be mounted on normal bases (40 mm for termies ect...)
3. Are they multi part or single piece/single pose?
Rep for any help. Thanks in advance guys.
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It'll take you a good deal of clipping and filing to remove the Space Hulk bases, but from what I can tell having played Space Hulk, it's definately possible to mount them on 40k base. Just be aware that doing so would mean they would no longer fit on the Space Hulk tiles.2. Can they be mounted on normal bases (40 mm for termies ect...)Multi-part models, though they're like the AoBR set in that they're designed to be built in a very specific pose.3. Are they multi part or single piece/single pose?
I'm not entirely sure. I'll try and pop into GW tomorrow and try comparing them to a 40k base, but from looking at how much the SH bases jutt out from the minis and comparing it to how wide Termis stand on a 40mm base; I reckon you'd have to trim the SH bases.
If it were possible, I think the way I'd go about it would be using plasticard to thicken the 40k base around the shape of the SH base so the SH base sits level with the "ground" when you pop it in then magnetise the two. I've made of hash of explaning that, but I hope you get what I mean. It'd let you use the models for both games and give the Terminators some additional height; make them a little more true to their fluff scale.
Anyway, if you wanted to keep the scenic bases it loks like the Librarian is the only model you'd have trouble with. The rest you could transfer, scenery and all, to a 40mm base by filing the underside flat and using a little greenstuff to smooth two together.
Last edited by Tak; September 1st, 2009 at 00:58.
1. same size as normal 40k figures.
2. if you have the bases you could put them on, some of the models might not fit on the base due to the pose of the model.
3. They're all single pose snap together models, just like aobr.
I think 27695 has it. The minis are snap together, cast in blue or red plastic; but are quite paintable and detailed. The minis do come attached to a mini base of their own, but I have seen pictures and they fit perfectly onto an ordinary termi sized base. But I did hear that the 40k bases are not suited for SH. And they're all normal 40k sizes.