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Using the least dynamic looking Autarch model (the army box set one) - I did the usual lop in half/stick onto jetbike riders' legs, then greenstuffed on a bit of a cloak (my first real foray into using greenstuff).
As an afterthought I filled out the cloaks a bit and added some green stuff to the bonnet - once I get a spears laser lance through the post will be finished. Meanwhile, back to painting swordmasters... hopefully the image links should work.
Looks good from what I can see - a nice simple conversion that has turned out well. Some of the detail is a bit difficult to make out in the photo, but I should imagine when painted, those details will show up very well.
The only thing I can suggest to improve it slightly is to do with the helmet plume. It looks very static compared to the flags, which appear to be billowing out behind the bike. You could do some GS work to the hair to make it look more like it is "in motion" if you wanted to. This is not absolutely neccessary - the model looks good already - but it might just add that little bit extra to the model if you do it.
Good work mate, keep us informed as to your progress
Still not done, but with most of the colours blocked in - also still sans laser lance. Not quite sure how to finish the flags atm, and a little disappointed with the way the body turned out - second hand model lost a bit of detail when I had to re-prime it. Should really have stripped it off first... lesson learned
Decided that playing with the hair was too much trouble - it's only for the tabletop, and I know I'd only manage a hatched job.
Looks good - very seamless, looks quite natural; better than many blah-on-jetbike conversions I've seen :yes: