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Does anyone have any suggestions for sculpting Tau-like armor with green stuff?
specifically extra armor plating around Crisis suit legs, so they don't look like they could break at any moment...........talk about weak ankles.
Maybe add some knees or cover the lower legs with armour similar to the one of their upper legs. This armour should have a piece fiiting into the gap at the lower end of the the upper armour. So if the warrior stands straight, the gap between the upper and lower leg should be closed or nearly closed.
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Even if it's just those bottom leg guards?
hmmm well there's one way to find out, and I suppose I could always fall back on my plasticard.
Plasticard/greenstuff combo might work. Make the basic shape with the 'card and fill in any gaps and angles with greenstuff...
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right, and the kneecaps can be from a the tons of little gundam models I have around.
this can be counted as extra armor right?
You could just simply start with taking a piece of plasticard thats 3-4cm tall and 2cm wide. Thats the main armour front. Then take 2 thin pieces that are 3-4mc tall and 1cm wide and angle them so that the make the sides for the pad. it should look like a flat firewarrior shoulder pad.
This is the part where you practice with greenstuff. You take a square piece of gs, place it on the pad (can be bigger, but not smaller than origional). Then when it dries file it down so that it is no longer flat, and make the edges angled down. Its hard to describe, but in the end you should try to make it as close to the shoulderpad design as possible.
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