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    this fex too tall?

    is this carnifex too tall? i didnt like him draggin his guns on the ground so i gave him an upright posture
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    genestealer is for size comparison


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    another comparison
    2fexes n a gemestealer.jpg

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    no he's not to tall?

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    Generally, in this hobby there is no such thing as "too high". Higher models means the opponent can fire at them more easily and so i pretty much the opposite of cheating or powergaming.

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    one little conversion i saw recently is just a snip taken off the top of the tail/leg section. it means you can position the torso a bit more vertical. infact, it was this painting tutorial here which is also currently on the front page. go about 1/5th of the way down.
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    I think it looks really good.

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    That Carnifex looks fine. I have a Carnifex that is way taller than that and nobody has ever complained about it. Doing a few odd things like this isn't a problem unless a conversion greatly changes a model. Giving a Hive tyrant a larger scenic base would cause problems as synapse control is measured from the base of the model. A Hive tyrant huge fancy base would be able to broadcast it's power farther amking it better in the game than normal just because it's base is bigger.

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