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My concept for a jetbike farseer conversion in a low-tech army. Still need to add some bitz to the head to make it look more farseer-like, but kinda reluctant to chop up Eldrad's head. Trying to think of a cheap way to do it. And just to pre-empt the one or two people who are inevitably going to complain that this doesn't look like what Eldar should look like - get over it; I make according to my own concept and idea I want to express, not the fluff.
IG Heavy Wheel
Dark Eldar Reaper Jetbike Body
Dark Eldar Reaper Jetbike Rider
Exitus Long Rifle
Wood Elf Glade Guard Cape
Eldar Guardian Head
Nice! Might want to fill up that gap on the front, looks a bit strange.
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That looks really good. I like it when people introduce their own ideas into their armies.
The only criticisms I have on the work you have already done are that the front of the curved section of the bike could look smoother. Of course, if you are going to cover this up then it doesn't matter. I also think that it would look better id the front wheel was turned so that it looks like he is steering right. This would probably mean undoing too much of your work to fix it at this stage but it is something to bear in mind for his Hell's Warlocks bodyguard.
Well, aside from some polish (like removing moldlines, making the front forks actually connect to something etc...) my biggest concern is that I don't really think a cloak is appropriate for riding any kind of 'cycle with
You might be able to fashion some headgear from plasticard. If you don't have any thick card you can always glue two pieces together and carve from that (after it's dried thoroughly of course).
The bike looks a little small on him but that could be because I am used to monstorus space marine bikes. You could put a headlight in the gaping hole in the front. I must agree with the cloak comment.
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if you're after a headlight for the bike, you might want to look at the speaker from the Cadian Vox set; trim it down a little depthwise and it should fit pretty well. And it looks like the headlights from WW2 vehicles with their slitted/shielded beam
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