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i had this sweet conversion idea for a spell casting vampire count. using the male woodelf spellsingger the one that is casting and using green stuff to make his robs to close up the gaps and then put dark Pegasus wings to make him look more vampire like. what do you think let me know
Not a bad idea, add some skulls and gribbly stuff to really make him undead, proper paintscheme, could work!
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i have seen some good conversions with spellsings for necros so y could it not rock for a vampire and yer i would do it all dark paint and there will be skulls on the base so it should look ok i will let you know what it looks like
I use a lightly converted spellsinger to represent one of my caster vamps. I did very little conversion work to the piece, mostly just adding some skulls etc to the base. I painted him up in blacks and reds, with pale skin, black hair and I did the little spite thingies in a daemonic red kind of colour.
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ooooooo, sounds succulent (yes that was a horrible yet witty pun)
Would the wings be too large? If so you might try harpy wings or something a little smaller so that the model wouldn't topple over. That would be a bummer to have this awesome looking model... that can't stand up long enough to raise a few zombies.
Since he will be in the act of casting a spell I think it would be awesome to add some arms (skeleton and zombie) reaching up out of the ground. Man, in my mind that looks rockin' I may have to do that myself.
Well, I typed too long... but yes, a great idea.