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Having seen the rules for Ariel I am thinking of converting a model to represent her in her enraged state. I always envisioned Arield as not being as large as the model made her out to be but rather more like Galadriel when Frodo offers her the Ring of Power.
At the moment I am just batting around for ideas so some suggestions would be appreciated.
I have thought of using the Treesinger with the staff, however the only wings that look remotely like butterfly wings are those of the original model which seem too big for the tree singer. Does anyone have any ideas how to go about this?
I think I have posted on the wrong section. Could a MOD move this to the appropriate place please. :rolleyes:
Hey mate, this sounds like a pretty good conversion idea. The cheapest solution would be to make your own wings. Using some plasticard you could make the basic wing shape, then add detail with green stuff and some delicate filing work. Bending the plasticard base into a slight curve would look good. Something else that would look good (but be a bit work intensive) would be to cut some sections out of the plasticard wing base and put in some translucent plastic sheet. Over this you could apply some very watered down paint to get a stained glass type appearence to the wing which would look awesome if done right. I think the easiest way to do this would be to make the wings like a sandwich, with two thin layers of opaque plasticard as the "bread" and some translucent/transparent plasticard as the "filling".
Here are some links to the closest things to pre made butterfly wings I found online. None of them are overly good IMO.
Alternatively you could go to a toy store and have a look at some butterfly/fairy type toys to find wings. Thats all I can think of mate, hope I helped.