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after looking at the compleate lack of sephtirim poses and when feilding a squad of 10 2 poses arnt good enogh. allso i am planning on doing some flying bases that are bits of rubble i hope you know what i mean. basicly i am planning on doing what this ammerican slayer sword winner has done with his and i was just wondering if any one has any advise ect. i will post some pictures when they are finished and i mite place a list of the things i used. i was just wondering if any body knew of the basicly rubble bases that can give your model the illusion of flying.
"Mr. Cypher please come out from underneath the table, the Dark Angels are not out to get you."
The trick is that the Seraphim are attached to the bases with ingeniously hidden metal wires. The bases have nothing to do with the actual effect.
It's practically the same as that Seraphim-vs-Killa-Kan diorama done by Victoria Lamb some time ago... except there she has hidden the supporting wires in the flames hitting the Killa Kan.
As a side note, Schadle did his bases from scratch... don't bother asking for pre-made bases like that, cause there aint any.
Rubble is easy especially with the GW basing kits. As for flight you have to hide the pins that hold the Seraphim up.
As for conversions, converting Serpahim is pretty tricky as they are one piece models. Reposing arms or legs usually mean having to redo heads and robes (I hope you're good with GS).
And over there we have the labyrinth guards.
One always lies, one always tells the truth, and one stabs people who ask tricky questions.
You can also saw off the legs of a Seraphim miniature and attach the torso and arms of another mini from the SoB range. Not the easiest thing around, but doable.