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They are cool. I didn't notice what you had done with their legs at first. I think it's very good you got the new pose of the legs to be subtle like that. I think that the pose of the legs is better as they look more like the artwork and more menacing, as if they are advancing to zap everybody. Very good reppy for your legs.
i've been working on something similar to this and it's proving difficult
i'll appreciate the tutorial
Regarding a tutorial, seconded.
I love this look and I think you've carried it off really well. In fact, I'm motivated to make my next Warriors unit a walking one, maybe even reverse-engineer my finished squads to a walking stance. How did you best go about doing it?
Those look awesome, they look like they're walking towards you and expecting to kill you effortlessly.
These look really good dude, I like the fact they look much more menacing now. And as said, much more like the artwork GW have produced.
A very subtle, yet incredibly effective conversion which makes your Necrons much more menacing. The pose of the Necron in the middle (the one with the tilted head) is beautiful, reminds me of the Terminator.
Great work and thank you for sharing!
Hey, Cheers guys. Glad you liked them.
Ok the Tutorial was a bit rushed but hey, it's done. I really hope this makes sense. If it doesn't I'll happily re-do it.
-First of all cut off the legs at the hip.
-Cut off the toes on the leg you want trailing behind. (you don't have to do this, I've not done it on the Far right Warrior on the 1st Pic)
-The forward leg you'll need to cut off the foot as it's at an odd angle this can be repositioned later.
-On the forward leg bend the knee so it's almost straight. If you warm the plastic a little with your fingers it's easier to bend and wont snap. Once you've done that add a little bit of super glue to the back of the knee to stop it going back to it's original form. Then glue the foot back on making sure it's straight.
-On the trailing leg glue the toes back on at an angle. The toes will be flat to the base while the rest of the foot will be at an angle, like so......
Glue the Legs back on to the hips. You'll need to remove or reshape the remenants of the ball joint so the legs fall into position. The best way of doing this is to remove them all together and pin the legs to the hips. You can then use Green Stuff to recreate the Ball. If you want these for gaming i recommend pinning them otherwise the whole model is too brittle.
Stick to a base and hope the toes are aligned properly.
A Back veiw
Last edited by Lord Borak; November 11th, 2009 at 22:09.