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Ok, I’m looking to start into Eldar and I won’t settle for anything less than a few sexy looking conversions. I decided to post here for comments and advice. To start off, what tools would you recommend for miniature metal work? I’ve heard a ‘pin-vice’ for pinning is a must. Which reminds me, also, if you have any guides that can help with advanced conversion they would be much appreciated.
To begin, my Farseer:
The guide for her seems useful and rather straight forward but advanced help would be appreciated.
Next up, my Shadowseer:
This was the main inspiration for my ‘banshees as harlequins’ upgrade. I would like the model to look as menacing as shown, and maybe even one up it—make that staff a scythe. Are those the winged Autarch’s wings on her? Looks like there was some repositioning work done on em. I’m guessing a conversion like that would need to wings to be pinned, however you do that…
Last edited by Delpheus; January 7th, 2008 at 02:35.
edit: my mistake, hehe, spoke too fast!
Goblin... those aren't his conversions. He's asking how to replicate those two.Jeweller's saw and a set of files.To start off, what tools would you recommend for miniature metal work?
And a dremel (or equivalent rotary tool) with a set of cutter discs for it.
Well another option would be to find some plastic sword arms/hands trim off the swords from the models and pin/greenstuff the models with the new sword arm. If you are having troulbe finding a sword you like check out the fantasy elf lines they have some great looking swords that make nice looking power swords.