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So, I'm begining to find myself with a lot of extra torso, arm, and head bits. Of course, unless I want to field the Parapalegic Legion (which might be fun,) I need some legs. One thought is to pick up some non-power armor legs (If I can find them on the cheap.) and use what I have for Scout/Neophyte models similar to what was done in the most recent Black Gobbo (54?) As I'm playing Black Templars, this isn't such a bad idea. I need Neophytes.
However, I thought I would see if anyone had any suggestions for where I could look. All that I have an abudance of is Eldar legs, which would be challenging to fit well. I'm willing to do some work with green stuff, however I'm not very experienced with it so building legs from scratch is completely beyond me.
Worse comes to worse, I can always use a bit of putty and some paperclips to make some decent stand-ins. No legs, but there wouldn't be any doubt as to what they were. I'm trying to find a better use, however.
If you can get a hold of the old paintset marines you could convert some scouts. They look terrible so there's no shame in cutting them up just to use the legs
Somebody is bound to have some, ask older players that may have bought the 2nd edition 40k box.
Try sculpting them from scratch, you might find it easier then you think.
Look on the legs not as a whole but as individual parts. Then sculpt each part in succession (patience, though - wait until previous part has completely hardened).