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In the 2004 GW catalogue, there are pictures of Brian Shaw's Space Wolf army done for the 2002 Golden Deamon. There sit's a a fantastic conversion of a bike made into a 4 wheeler.
If anyone can offer any instructions on how this was done,please PLEASE let me know.
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My mate made one out of two marine bikes. But i dnt no how sorry.
At his feet a dying Tarkanan warrior urtered the words, 'Long live the Dragon King....'
Eventually i'll be using toy quads for bikes, extensivly converted of course.
just get yourself some toy quads and a bucket of greenstuff.
anyone know what scale marines are? 1/16? 1/8? 1/32?
Take my words with a grain of salt, i am not the tactical genius i think i am!
ive got instructions on how to do it so PM me and ill e-mail them to you
ps ive just built a 6 wheel buggy for me guard out of a landspeeder not got instructions for it yet but give me time
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i'd say 1:35, as i had some old german rifles in that scale and they fit perfectly with them
1/40 - 1/43rd approximately (very few figures are made in this scale).
However, Mattel: Hotwheels: Wastelanders series: 'Sand Stinger'.
It's a quad that fits current citadel marine size. (it's a tiny bit big for older citadel).
The benefit is they are dirt cheap. Most Hotwheels bikes are also the right scale (scorching scooter isn't).
They look fine, you just don't realise that they are way oversized.Originally posted by tiny5th@Dec 29 2004, 085
i'd say 1:35, as i had some old german rifles in that scale and they fit perfectly with them[snapback]287942[/snapback]
A 1/35th scale figure is huge - but it doesn't stop weapons and tanks being used with 1/43rd science fiction and looking fine.
40K uses the 28mm scale, which rounds out to roughly 1/60 in the real world. But, it's close enough to 1/43 or 1/48. The large INQUISITOR scale models are 54mm, which is 1/32.
While 40k was offically 28mm, it hasn't actually been 28mm for the last 10 years. It's closer to 30mm and exagerated at that.Originally posted by Rhaalidor@Jan 1 2005, 04:34
40K uses the 28mm scale, which rounds out to roughly 1/60 in the real world. But, it's close enough to 1/43 or 1/48. The large INQUISITOR scale models are 54mm, which is 1/32.[snapback]290110[/snapback]
ok, weve cleared the bikes, ne idea on how to make a jeep out of a landspeeder? i want a HALO warthog jeep
I'll go out on a wild goose chase here if you don't mind.