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So i got bored with my Kasrkins and decided to do a single space marine conversion I've been meaning to do for some time.
Here are some picutures of my conversion sofar:
And here is a photo of what I'm basing this model on:
I love the pose, although the legs are going to be hard to get into the right position.
Any painting suggestions would be great as I have yet to pick a color scheme for him.
Also, does anyone know how to mold the legs in different positions without cutting them? I was thinking of using a blow dryer to get the legs soft enough to bend a little, but then they might warp, or get fingerprints in them or a list of other deformities.
Thanks in advance.
Um... I think melting your marines for any other purpose than making a chaos monstrosity is generally a dagerous task.
Looks darn good so far. Only crit I have is why you would give a combi plasBolter and single plasma fist on him. Good god man, think of the points and practicality
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Well my models are strictly for show, atleast my space marines.
If it looks pimp, ill build it. And if i build it, they will come. :yes:
I'm thinking of either starting an imperial guard army or chaos, i'll see as i get there.
a power fist wielding a combi-bolter? hmm, i'll have to think on that, different though,
makes you wonder if his finger get's stuck whilst pulling the trigger :rolleyes: :w00t:
i still like it though...
In pic #2 does his bolter have two barrells? I totally support you in this, converting SMs from
multiple random bits and still making em look good is a task in itself. Some out
there are like, no its not hard to convert SMs. Actually it is hard to make sure they
look good and not like they were thrown together without any thought of cohesion. This will turn
out nice my friend (at least I now know you).
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Yeah I'll be adding some more bits soon. Have to finish molding the leg with green stuff and finish the hemlet. Otherwise gonna blue the left arm back on and attach the blades attached to it.
And after that im going to paint a simple conversion I did by taking Mephiston's sword and glueing it on Comm. Dante's left arm in place of his melta pistol.
any suggestions for the space marine body would be greatly appreciated!
thanks guys for the other comments.
As far as softening up the plastic legs to try to reposition them, if you're going to do this, I'd try extremely warm-to-hot (but not near boiling) water instead of a hair dryer. Work from the cooler to the warmer until you get a temperature that allows you make the change. This will minimize the chance of damaging the figure. It will also allow you to control the temperature far more than with a hair dryer.
Where did the figure's left shoulderpad come from?
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