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    Plastic ghouls

    Will there ever be plastic ghouls? The only plastic sets are fro zombies and skeleytons which means eveything else is in blister packs. This means everything is going to cost lots of money. Also I think ghouls deserve to be made of plastic, for more customization of the unit.

    In the mean time how could I convert so ghouls? I don't want to use the metal ones (i'm not saying I don't like the models, I just want to make my own ones) any ideas for conversion?


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    Despite of GW people denying it, there are still rumours about

    * new nacrach vampire models,
    * a new, undead Ogre-sized type of unit,
    * plastic Direwolfs,
    * plastic Ghouls...
    Taken off warseer.

    It isnt all to strange for them to become plastic as it seems the new GW thing to use plastic as much as possible, atleast for core models.

    It is also likely that all bloodlines get new models for their vampires.

    Cheers dancey
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    plastic direwolves and ghouls are easy
    direwolves: gobbo wolf riders and dont use the gobbos
    ghouls: zombies painted 'alive' and not using any really dead parts
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    The latest white dwarf was hailing the use of plastics as a big step forward in making models. They had that article devoted to the idea. So I wouldn't be surprised in the least to see almost everything going to plastic over the next several years.

    As for conversion, well you don't want my help. I once changed the top part of a banner, and that's the extent of my converting. Oh yeah, I stuck some dryad parts on a treeman. But uh, not much else.

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    I'm doing a conversion of a Strigoi vampire especially for selling to raise money for a volunteer expedition i'm going on.

    It's the body of the chaos possesed from mordheim, the arms of a strigoi, the head of Grimgor Ironhide...and loads of Green Stuff. Keep an eye out for it!.

    But if t was plastic, it would be SOOOOOO much easier.

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