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Anyone have an image (or better yet, a guide) on how to do this? I'm looking at the Haemonculus models available and I'm not seeing any simple way to get them into a bent-forward Reaver-riding pose... so yeah - suggestions/advice/images welcome.
I suggest that you try to use Urien rakarth, or however the name of that super Haemonculus is spelt. He has one hand extended to hold his crucible of malediction. This arm could be bent and repositioned so that it is holding onto the bike. I think you won't get a model like this leaning forward easily if at all. He will also probably be facing to his left slightly if you can get his arm to the hold onto the bike's handle bars.
For his legs I suggest you cut him in half. The normal Reaver jetbike rider legs could work on him. You could try to use parts such as loin cloths from the Thousand sons for him.
There are probably other bits and pieces you can use if you poke about for them. These things will help to make him have that Haemonculus/robes look. You could also try to find some bits on the Zombie sprue, severed limbs etc.
i wasted my whole life on warhammer so it's a good thing i have 2 wounds and a 2+invul