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How do you think this guy did it? I think he used an old rapier body, with an auto cannon from the new heavy weapons sprue that had two of its legs cut off.
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now that kewl. a small and simple change, and effectve looking aswell.
nice conversion indeed
Brillant! That's an awsome and well-done conversion.
I like those tracked guns..
Where can I get wheels and tracks like that? GW used to have something called "gorkamorka gubbinz", which included these stuff, but it's unavailable now. Any ideas?
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Ork bikers tracks with tank tracks on them? That's what it looks like to me.
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Those are the "wheels" that are supposed to go in any of the Imperial guard tanks. You know those un necessary pain in the :blink: things that you need to glue into place in order to place your tracks.
Looks like he took a few of those and formed the tracks from standard Imperial guard tracks. I am not sure about the middle of the platform, it might be another gun glued upside down (notice the small nub poking up from between the tracks; it matches the nub the guns use to stick to the tripod.) The arm the gun is on is just the standard tripod with two of the legs removed.
Nice, simple, and very clean. The way conversions should mostly be. Cuz normally when people do massive changes, they screw up. Not that it shouldn't be done, but only by veteran convertors.
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Not sure what they are, but they could be tracks from Epic or from a Micro-Armor mini. Either way, they're nice looking conversions.
Great conversions! Like Infraazael said, when people go for big changes like this they usually screw up. I think it's because they overdo it, making big unrealistic things that don't fit in with the rest. These conversions however, blend in nicely with the army. Are you sure they're not forgeworld kits?
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