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I'm working on a chopper themed army right now.
Here's my progress:
Thanks for any comments.
i have to admit it... I LOVE THEM!!! wow... just got an idea for a White Scars army... Damn you ( )!
i still have to finish my 'guards, but after that, ITS CHOPPERTIME!!
i sure hope it is ok i stea... imean borrow some of the designs on your page...
i still love them...
That's some really awesome bike conversions.. Nice work.
But I agree with the people who complained about the Hollywood shooting marine.. It'd be obscenely dangerous doing that with explosive ammunition.
Still, it looks cool, I guess.
Thanks for the comments.
So I'll probably end up having Attack bikes in this army.
Anyone have any suggestions on how to make them look a little cooler?
Now that's pretty neat stuff you got there. Thanks for the link to Exile Bikes, BTW, as I got even more reference from them.
Mind if I "borrow" the looks of "El"? It fits the bill on a conversion I wanted to do for a while - but had no idea on customizing the bike right, to more agile and not so heavy while still retaining a mass to it.
Last edited by The Fifth Horseman; April 1st, 2005 at 12:05.
Go ahead. Check out some of the fat bloke bikes on the exile site. I think that might be what you're looking for. It looks agile yet still beefy. It doesn't look like a really pretty thing that will be totally ruined if it gets into a minor accident - not that you'd want to get into a minor accident.Originally Posted by the_fifth_horsemanYeah, I saw that bike.Originally Posted by mikethefox
It's a nice job, but there's still something I'm not sure about.
(Dude, OCC is selling fragrences. Talk about marketing...)
I've always had a bit of a lack of respect for sidecars. I always think "That's where Robin sits while Batman drives."
Except they had the Batmobile. Didn't they have a motorcycle with a sidecar at one point?
In any case, I always get the superhero/sidekick feeling.
So that's why I'm trying to think of something different from the sidecar currently on attack bikes.
Good suggestion though.
So I'm considering a conversion maybe a bit like wolf raider's except with a car feel to it.
Only thing I'm afraid of is people calling it a vehicle and not bike. In the rules bikes aren't supposed to be seen as vehicles but rather extentions of the body or something like that.
Maybe a big ATV?
Last edited by Xinithorp; April 3rd, 2005 at 08:41.