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For my Company Captain in my SM army, I want him to stand slightly taller than the rest of the marines. I've already tried using a small section of tubing between his legs and his torso but that didn't quite work out. Any suggestions?
Use termi legs (though this makes the body look somewhat small)
Some other ideas:
To get around the size problem, you could use a termi body as well. Just cut down all that stuff that hangs over the head, and hide the vents in the back with a back pack.
Or you could use a grey knight termi. Just use normal marine arms, swap the head, and hide the vents.
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if you want a couple of tricks that can be used in conjuction with a standard marine kit try:
obvious raising - have the models standing on something such as a rock. he will will look taller.
Subtle raising - get some plasticard and glue little pads underneath his feet. when you base it (with sand for example) they will be hidden by the sand. You could also add Plasticard spacers at the waist, which could look laright.
Patcular poses can also enhance height, esp. some of the older / obscurer leaping posed legs. etc
There are people that have used fantasy chaos warrior legs to build their marines. This makes him stand up instead of squating like SMs normaly do...
They turn out rather cool acctually...
I was wondering if the solution with the GS between the legs and between the torso and the waist couldn't work...
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You can GS between legs and torso, a bit to add to the neck length, then cut the model at the knees and add a bit of GS there to add a bit of height. With those three, you should get enough. I hope this helps!