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I plan on making a Vampire/Zombie/Werewolf LatD army, I'm going to use Vampires as traitors, werewolves and zombies as mutants, and bigger stitched-together zombies (otherwise know as stitched horrors) as big mutants.
I plan to use normal Guard just painted pale with tattered cloth draped over them for the Vampires, and just plain old zombies for, well zombies! The "stitched horrors" as I like to call them will be made out of zombie limbs (mostly arms) attached to an ogre body, legs and head, with cleverly positioned green stuff to make it look good.
The werewolves are my problem, while I know how to make them I have no idea were to get wolf models, I was thinking of using the goblin wolf riders but they don't sell the wolf bits on any bitz site and I see no use with the goblins (except maybe extra limbs for the horrors and bodies for the zombies) so is there any other place? (short of buying them from GW for $3 each)
well soem obviosu suggestions are either check the almighty ebay for the neccesary bitz, or you can use the wolf riders and sell the goblins afterwards. I can't think of much in the way of other sources to use as wolves.
How are you planning on making the werewolves anyway. I'd be interested in knowing as I created one myself out of a wolf and the broodlord body with a fair amount of greenstuff addition for fur. Turned out pretty well actually (except for the pitiful paintjob, couldn't paint back then).
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W:10 D:4 L:5
How about this...
Start with Rat ogres. In stead of using their OWN heads, use heads from Dire Wolves.
They'll look like GIANT WEREWOLVES!
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well I'm a rather good sculptor so I planned to cut the lower legs and torso away from the body in addition to the head (if not already detached), then cut off both upper legs to use as arms and sculpt the rest of the body from green stuff like this:
I would make it look nice but I don't have photoshop
lol, that is one of the greatest pictures of all time
By the way,,.. i hate to bring the tabletop aspect into this, but you do realise that to field a viable squad of muties you need at least 15?
I'm just thinking.. as cool as it is, it's going to be mighty expensive.
If you have the resolve to it, however, even more kudos.
Also.. how rich are you?!?
LO RulesOriginally Posted by AnonymousOriginally Posted by Cyric
Check out the wolfen from 13th company spacewolves. There are also strigai werewolves in the vampire counts range I'm pretty sure.