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I'm pondering an Iyanden-ish craftworld that was ravaged so long ago that it's become rather more comfortable with the regular participation of disembodied souls. So much so, in fact, that units that would normally be crewed by living Eldar - grav tanks, war walkers, and the like - might be controlled by the spirits of the dead. I've got a Fire Prism I'd like to try this out on, but I'm not quite sure how to proceed - should I just seal the canopies shut and paint over them, or try to put something other than the usual pilot models inside? And if so, any ideas? I'm a novice at this whole thing, so I need all the help I can get..!
EDIT - Suboptimal grammar, as usual. Sigh.
Replace them with big Spirit Stones made from GS.
NEAT Go with _horsemans's idea, add some guitar string or something, so the stones look "connected" to the machine
I'll go out on a wild goose chase here if you don't mind.
I am planning on converting some war walkers to replace the crew with wraith lord heads. You could do the same.
For the Falcons type vehicles you might be able to mount a wraith lord head where the canopy shoudl be? or just go with the idea of replacing them with some uber stones. II cant think of a way to convert a vyper jetbike though... hmmmm
cool idea. (Y)
the actual size of the spirit stone doesnt matter, and youll find that the fire prism comes with a medium sized spirit stone attachment its the oblong thing thats on the little stand, you can fill the cockpit with GS and smooth this down into a dome shape and insert the spirit stone here andremember that wraithbone is essentially crystal so rather than use wires which would have looked ok, use GS to make it look like the wraithbone is growing throughout the ship, this will work with the vyper as well with the exception of you having to remove the internal seat and fill the central cavity of the rear seat with GS and smooth it off till it's smooth and slightly domed
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paint yellow or white in the cracks of the tank to make it look glowing
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Shas'O'M'Yen @ Feb 27 2005, 04:04)</div><div class='quotemain'>Well said</div>
That is a cool War Walker conversion for Lyanden!! (Y) :o
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