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I've been thinking on making a Female farseer using parts from guardians and Dire Avengers. But i know that i'm going to have to use greenstuff to model a robe around it. Could any of you give me some tips on using greenstuff to create a cloth look? My plan is to use the torso of a female guardian, with the legs and arm with spear from the dire avengers, Then i'd take a farseer head or warlock head and put it on there. Then i'd use green stuff to make the robes, which is the part that i will need a bit of help with. So do any of you think this idea could work out? Or can any of you give me some tips on how to greenstuff cloth?
"As I dream, so shall it be"
there is a female black widow chapter thread someplace that shows how to model women out of existing models. Id look that one up to start with.
about 7500 pts of Dark Angels, probably a sub chapter with the way I have them painted up with copper edging and all.
pretty sure they made 1 would be easier,or just use dark eldar chicks and green stuff spirit stones and the robes
'hatred is true power' ritual master garth, the 11th
The French GW site has a detailed modelling guide for the female Farseer from Dawn of War, figure it might be useful for you:
Google translation of the article.
Last edited by The Fifth Horseman; August 4th, 2008 at 12:56.
How about using the Dark female Elf warrior torso? That would probably look more suitable, and maybe coupling it with high Elf Eagle-Claw commander body - which has the flowing skirt.