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So i was wondering if anyone else had looked into using these Mcfarlanes dragons for the base for thier models, i get that they arent GW or even really a hobby kit for that matter, but the look nice none he less.
Thoughts or examples ?
the link: SPAWN.COM >> TOYS >> HORROR/FANTASY/SCI-FI
they are great for the most part. I would use parts of the (head, wings, etc.) but usually they are way too large to fit on any type of GW base.
I know the blue table painting guys used a McFarlane dragon for one of their dark elf army projects. He simply pinned and puttied up all the moving parts and then repainted it to suit the army
I guess they wouldnt be tournament legal but thats not really a worry for me, i just want a cool looking dragon.Im itchin to see some pictures, does anyone have examples?
I am currently working on a conversion of a mc farlane dragon for my 2 headed chaos dragon. It is still green and needs some more work but i will try to post some pics as soon as possible. I converted the major parts and simply used the body as a base to model on. I reconstructed the wings heads and arms from scratch an also covered the original scales with ones i sculpted.
i used the seires 5 komodo dragon (SPAWN.COM >> TOYS >> HORROR/FANTASY/SCI-FI >> DRAGONS 5 >> KOMODO 5) as it fits perfectly on a gw monster base.
YouTube - BTP- Dark Elf Dragonlord his bad self
theres a vid of a dude describing how he implemented a mcfarlane dragon. I think it looks killer, and I would definately be interested in giving it a shot sometime in the future
Ive been looking at making a nurgle dragon. The galrauch I think could look really good if painted nurgle, he has all those open wounds etc.
But this model looks good
McFarlane Dragons Series 4: Berserker Clan Dragon 4 (SALE)
2 headed and a very large body to wing ratio, like a nurgle dragon should be! With a little green stuff that could be beautiful.
The one problem is it says its 6.25 in tall, but it doesnt say how wide it is. A 100 mm base is about 2 inches wide so I may have trouble fitting it on a base... It seems the only way to mount these guys on a 100mm base would be in a flying position and a beefy metal dowel.