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    Ogryn conversion

    I really really like the big daddies from Bioshock, if you haven't played it, you should, but heres a pic of one:

    I'd like to make my ogryn bone 'ead to look like one, any suggestions?


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    Use a normal Ogryn body (they came out with new ones, I think? Anyway) and find some sort of sphere... holed... thingy. I can't think of anything but a cat bell for some reason. Use putty or greenstuff or what have you to get it in there where his head's supposed to be, I guess. Then wire could be used for the headcage. Just thought of this on the fly, it's a rough plan and I'd not trust myself to do it...

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    normal ogryn, use greenstuff to make his suit, the drill arm from the inquisitor magos and either find a toy diver or TIE fighter, cut it up and use the ead/main body for the mask, it mite take a bit of cutting and sculpting but not too much
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    Nice idea! Though I think it would work better for Renegade Ogryn Bersekers (see Forge World) :-P

    I'm not sure what you could use for the head though... maybe an aquarium store visit could be in order, you might find something useful there...

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    The important thing is that, once this model is made, you make that moaning "Hurrrrrr" sound that Big Daddies make whenever you move the model. Nice idea, and I can't wait to see some pictures up!

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    the only problem is that I SUCK at GSing. and really im a bit of a newbie at converting and painting. is there a guide for making green stuff armor anywhere?

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    Just a quick note... Big Daddies don't look like that anymore. That's a very early screenshot.
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