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Just after a bit of advice, do any of you have any suggestions on making a munted warrior priest? I know theres the Huss model, but I was after something that was a bit less "hey, hes got Huss in his army!"
I guess it all depends on how elaborate you want the conversion to be. And on access to tools and conversion skills.
It should be fairly simple to take on of the guys on foot and then cut them in half. Then you can put the top half on some imperial riding legs and you should be good. Unless you want some crazy weapon swaps and so on you should have a mounted warrior priest fairly quickly.
Or am I making things too easy?
Shut up and play.
A little easy Sometimes the obvious just smacks you in the face...
Plus, it'd be nice to do the build and make use of all the spare empire bits I have flying around.
So if I'm using the empire plated legs and an empire horse I could make use of the spare plated torso. Maybe with a WW cavalry hammer? and shield in the off-hand. A space marine head should make the look in keeping with the original models.
So that leaves some greenstuff work to build up the robes and maybe some additional armour plates. So can anyone recommend some good tutorials, impart any greenstuff wisdom?
Dear All Concerned,
Well, one thing you can do is as follows:
1. Take a warrior priest.
Preferably this one; (sorry, computer is really slow, so some links might be a bit odd)
the first one on the top right.
2. Take the GW saw tool.
3.Saw the priets in half below the belt.
4. Take a pair of bretonnian knight legs. Attach the two halfs.
5. Take Bretonnian Warhorse.
6. Glue mdel to horse.
There yah go! A pretty good scratch built mounted priest.
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