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Here are 8 havocs converted from chaos warriors. Four havocs are equipped with standard chaos bolters, and four are equipped with 'shortened' I.G. autocannons. Space marine shoulder pads were added by removing part of the fur along the shoulders, then gluing the shoulder pad in place. Then, grey-stuff was added to the shoulders to fill in areas where the fur was removed in order to make room for the shoulder pads. The capes were slimmed down in order to make room for the shoulder pads as well. Some of the models have the traditional chaos warrior heads, while others have various space marine heads. The A.C. has a banner mounted with a small magnet than can be switched out with a chaos icon. Small 40K bits have been added to the waste, such as grenades and other assorted packs. In the next two weeks, I'll be posting these models once they are painted.
Image 1- Entire Unit (bad lighting...sorry)
Image 2- Models with converted I.G. autocannons
Image 3- Havocs from behind
Image 4- Havoc with fur completed on the shoulders with grey-stuff
mage 5- Havoc equipped with autocannon, carrying it on his back. This image shows the models before grey-stuff was added to the shoulders in order to fill in the missing fur.
Image 6- Havoc from images #7 with fur added to the shoulders to fill in missing fur.
Image 9- First havoc painted from behind
Image 10- First havoc painted from the top
Image 11- First havoc painted from the top
Last edited by Rabbit; December 14th, 2006 at 21:16.
Those look great! Im looking forward to seeing them painted!
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Looking great Your Rabbitness.
If the one pic I can see is the only one you have I must say that's an interesting angle. Very unortodox.
Did I see a different pic a little ago?
I really like how the mix of parts turned out. Your models look very determined... to shoot things down- in a professional way. Feral yet hightech and just twisted enough without going overboard - perfect.
Edit: To improve this model even further you could make the heavy things hanging from his icon hang straight down.
Cool those Havocs look really good. I like how you have used a large variety of part across the whole unit to get an individual effect on each model. It makes them look more chaotic with them all having their own look, like they aren't so concerned with uniforms anymore. Again very good.
Maybe I missed it but did you mention which chaos legion they are from or is it one of your own invention.
Andusciassus: All the images appear for me. I'm not sure what you mean.
Leech: They are used for my Black Legion army mainly, but also for when I experiment w/ the other Chaos Undivided armies.
Thanks for the comments.
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When I choose to dabble in evil conversions, I may have to borrow your idea. I really like the look of these. Going to need to find a way to incorporate packs... or do you think those capes are bulky enough?
Really like the conversions. Well thought out and executed, combined with a nice scheme.
I'd be happy to go over some of the fine details on how to make these conversions. I'm one of those people who really enjoys talking about ideas and giving and receiving feedback. If you're considering the backpacks, then in order to make them look realistic, you'll need to fill in the space between the pack and the cape with greenstuff. Make it flow like the cape.
Last edited by Rabbit; December 15th, 2006 at 14:34.
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Looking pretty good so far. Keep up the good work.:yes:
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