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I see people are always using the reptilian part of dragon ogres for various things, but I have never seen anyone use the ogre head/body part in any conversions.
I have several of these that I want to turn into ogres that count as rock lobbers and doom diver catapults in my O&G army (think big heavily armored fanatics that are either too dizzy to ever attack anything in CC or have been blinded and rely on goblin crewmen to say when to release the projectile).
However, I can't find legs that match the body for these guys. Does anyone have suggestions?
Had to GS my own legs because nothing fit. I love these guys and felt the need to share it with the world. All are works in progress.
I think I need belts and maybe some chain mail loin cloths... and probably should file off some of the chaos insignias. I'm still trying to decide if I should blindfold them to represent blindness and a reliance on the goblin crew to fire and an inability to fight.
My theme is a greenskin army that is based just north of Gash Kadrak in the realm of the chaos dwarfs. It consists of goblins, trolls, gnoblars, ogre-powered warmachines, and hobgoblins who never truly sympathized with their overseers and decided to return to their ancient bloodlines. Orcs and giants are too noisy and stupid to thrive in this environment.
Cool. Whats up with those grots taking dumps in the first picture? Lol!
That would be the Flaming Poo Rock Lobber Crew. It stops elves from stinking funny.
I need to start painting. I have about 60 projects started and none finished.
I am making a mangler squig to fit in with the ogre powered war machines concept as above. Fluffwise the ogre takes the squig for a leisurely stroll, eats mushrooms provided by the tiny greenskin (model is a thieving grot from 40K orks) and goes berzerk and uses the giant squig as a tiny night goblin would use a giant steel ball. Destruction follows.
Should the squig be walking upright or be dragged? I'm really torn right now.
Sidepost: I have updates and new additions to the army, but I'm too lazy to take pics right now... and still no painting (The legs have details and basecoating is done).
The giant cave squig is a stegadon head with cold one hind legs and a bunch of green stuff. Works pretty well I think. 60 mm round base.
Last edited by ZooKeeper; April 23rd, 2011 at 00:32.