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I'm planning on making a diorama with WH miniatures based on the story I am writing, and I need to know what the best way is to model the cadian mini's to be laying in the floor.
For the dio, there's a bunch of dead guys I need to have. Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance!
you could always get these and convert them to cadians.
Last edited by Decado; August 16th, 2005 at 21:25.
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so...expensive... Anything else?
Without a lot of converting, those are your best bets.
If you are a wiz with green stuff, you could probably make anything look good for less money.
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The best I can do is this: http://uk.games-workshop.com/storefr...406&orignav=10
But I'd go with converting the plastic cadians, if you split the legs in the groin area (it sounds harsh, I know) its dead easy to position the legs to look as in the model is lying down, you can use green stuff to hide the cut, placing the guardsmans lasgun over his body also helps.