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