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Well as my WOC take shape I would like to add a number of disc mounted characters. Just wondering if anyone has any tips for either making them, or using some kind of substitute? Cheers
Have you thought about mounting a character on one of the screamers of tzeentch?
I could see that as being quite spiffy looking.
A cheap option I've been tossing around is using two standard 50mm round bases as the core body, and then add in various chaos accessories to taste. Perhaps many sword or axe blades around the edge of the disk. It may look a bit lame though. *edit @null_sheen: yes, silly me not thinking of the flying bases, those would work much better and be less bulky*
There is also the slightly strange and expensive option of using an eldar grav platform and modifying it so it looks less jet propelled and more "void swimming", i.e tentacles or something. Carve runes into the "armour" sections and greens up the rest of it for a more organic look.
Last edited by Decadence; February 18th, 2009 at 00:19. Reason: Derp
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Screamers are an easy conversion, so are 40k flying stands upside down on a 50x50 base.
I use the old tentacly disk from ages back. Can you still get those?
You could use large flight bases, invert them so the flat part is facing upwards and make some tentacles and shit with green stuff.
pretty cheap conversion too.
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just stick some wings on the back of your exalted or sorceror and stick him on a 50x50mm base.
Personally, I'm mounting mine on a green flying fireball/comet to pay respects to the old tzeentch spells.
Oooh. I like the Screamer idea. I might do that for my disc mounted combat characters ...
Last edited by Dfred; February 18th, 2009 at 16:46.
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