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I love my new carnosaur. Ive just bought one yesterday... . ahhh I can hear my opponents screams already. Its gonna be so much fun to take it versus ogres *happy delirious smiles*
Anyway - I was thinking of converting it to be standing on a rocky outcrop, as if it was on the edge of the lost plateau... has anyone else converted their big creatures to stand out that lil bit more?
Maireann croÃ* Ã©adrom i bhfad - A light heart lives longest
I convert all my big models in this manner and the main problem i find is actually finding a stone that is suitable and then getting the model to fit onto this you can however get a pieceof limestone and shape this and it will take a pin as well, well hope this helps
WARMASTER of the SCHOLA PROGENIUM Alnwick Chapter (soon to be the world)
Pine bark is usually easier than using real stone. Easier to trim and pin the model onto it. And after a good coat of sealant, can be painted to stone colours.
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.