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As a few of you know I am going to make and will start shortly; nuglings pulling a rhino. But in this project I don't feel like messing up the rhino I would still like to use it. I have been thinking about this and can't seem to find an answer for this. And if that is not an option then I got a nice funny looking model.
What if you had thick bits where the Nurglings ropes or whatever attached to the Rhino. Then magnetize those thick bits and the parts they attach to the Rhino at: Like in this awesome drawing I made:
Does that help at all?
Instead of pulling it you could have the nurglings pushing it! so build up the nurglings on the back and just not glue rhino in place so i can be removed, i think this would look someone what comical too especially if you had a chaos marine in the drivers seat looking back like he is tellin them to push harder!
After that, take the Rhino out, and build the swamp around the space. This should get you a piece of terrain where you can place and remove the Rhino, as well as similar vehicles.
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Still, it would take atleast a 100 nurglings to drag a tank that size. Why not make some kind of worm like spawn from greenstuff with loads of nurglings in it? Might look cooler too...
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Heck - forget the Rhino - model your Marines to ride inside a giant, slimey WORM!!!
Or on top of it - either way
My suggestion would be to use the tow hooks that come on the Rhino sprues, and use either a metal chain (jewelery) with the ability to hook them onto the hooks fashioned on the ends (the clasp?) - or some thin braided wire with a hoop at the end (use a small line of greenstuff to make it look like the cable was looped back around and crimped). In either case, use modelling clay or greenstuff to build up an area on your basing material, and shape it to carefully fit the Rhino, as mentioned above. Use tank treads to make patterns in the 'road' by pressing it into the clay/greenstuff. Permanently attach the nurglings, and the unaltered ends can be permanently attached the them in some way (hands, harness?), and make sure your chains/cables are flexible, so they can be attached and removed from the tow hooks as you remove the Rhino for use.
If that is "For Display" than do not worry about removing anything - you can get another basic Rhino for $15 - if would be far better to make your diorama cool-looking given the extend of modeling involved that worry about $15...