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Well someone posted in a different forum that the current Nobs aren't very dynamic. So I set about converting one:
Not exactly the best of pictures - didn't have time to setup a proper photo shoot.
The conversion was relatively simple - I started by swapping the feet around and pinning them, then angling them slightly and filling the gaps with GS. This put the Nob into the running pose, but he was tipped too far forward so I filed down the bottom of his left boot so the angle wasn't so steep. I then took the choppa arm and cut off some of the shoulder to bring it out at an angle. The cut-off part was used to fill the gap. The Power Klaw was cut off and then twised round slightly. The head was then repositioned, pinned and a neck filled in with GS.
Last edited by KingNic; September 12th, 2005 at 20:36.
Good job Nic. I totally agree, that the current range of nobs leave a lot to be desired. A set of plastic nobs would be sweet, when they get around to doing the new codex.
That conversion is great though. It really changes the model and is a hunderd times better than the standing still and looking mean poses we have now. Keep up the good work.........
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