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I have recently converted a Balrog into a monster from the Creature Feature rules on the GW site (and US WD I think- wouldn't know, being a Brit).
Its basically got no more wings, fur down its back, furry tufts on elbows and wrists ( a bit like the ogre kingdoms yetis), and a main (sp?) like a lions.
I'm EXEPTIONALLY pleased with the conversion, but have hit a snag...
My ideas for the colour are thus: *zilch*
Brown earthy tones would work fine, but I want to avoid it looking too much like a Fantasy model, and more 40K. basically more "alien" than "monster" is the best way of putting it, but lurid blues and greens would look wrong. Any ideas?
Some pictures of it would help. Got any?
could get some, if I new where mums camera was...
Mission Imposible theme tune begins....
How the hell do you add atachments?
I can put it in the user galleries
Picture is too big/ my camera is too good...
"script called without the required perameters" what in hells b******s does that mean?
Its not even proper English for Gawd sake...
The galleries here are quite confusticating
Why can't you just add atachments?
that should work...
Yep, ta for the advice, there's my furry balrog in all its undercoated splendour...
Well the first thing I look for in a color scheme is a set of colors which are complementary to those of the rest of your army (I'm assuming you plan to use this huge bugger for gaming purposes). So your choice of colors really depends on the scheme of the rest of your army (unless you're intentionally going for what I like to call 'the circus effect'
btw, nice conversion
pretty cool, nice conversion. But i need to see it painted before i can make any real comments
read the opening post...
The paint scheme is the problem
Its not part of an army as such, its just to fight in one off games in a sort of Arens type battle, against my freinds own gribblies.
i know it is, im just saying that it would be easier to see if it was painted
How about a really deep red or brown for the hide, bone for the teeth and horns, and black for the fur/hair.
BTW, which creature will it be used as?
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