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So, 4 Ushabti for Tomb kings is going to cost me around $88. I know they're cool models, but I don't want to pay that.
I'm going to make my own but can't think of how. Ushabti are recreations of the Tomb Kings' gods. I was thinking of using a high elf mage, which would be rising in "dark energy" green stuff, painted in a warm color scheme acting as the 'sun god.' Then a Bretonnian Soceress done the same way, but painted in a cool scheme. She would be the 'moon goddess.'
Problem is, that's two models.... I need 4. Help please.
Take some large beastmen and paint them in stone colors.
never tought of that... could work out pretty well. any Ideas for a massive snake?
I can't really think of anything
The Empire wizard set may include some parts for various god-types. You can also think about doing them as elementals. A water one, earth, fire, air.
YA that actually i great idea i think using elements. As i belive that the eqytians people or who ever the tomb kings are would've worshiped them for good weather or bad weather to there enemies. IF you choos elements the empire wizards are a graet choice and wood elf mages for growht/nature element.
Well I have the Sun and the Moon god/goddess... how about earth and
OR I could just do the basic earth air fire and water. What would be a good model for water?