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All these models are METAL
How on earth are we supposed to convert them to be sitting on jet bikes? Anyone got a pictures of how they pulled it off without extensive converting and green stuff?
The best advice I've seen for it is to use a modelling saw to cut the Warlocks/Farseer in half, put the top on a set Wood Elf or High Elf cavalry legs and then just mount them on a jetbike. It requires green stuff to fill the gaps since even a modeling saw is a pretty savage tool when used on things less than an inch high.
There's no way to pull it off without extensive converting and green stuff I'm afraid. You could try scratch-building them from a mix of High Elf, Dire Avenger and Shining Spear/Guardian Jetbike parts but that would get expensive very fast.
Wish I had some easy advice, but there's a good reason I haven't done it myself yet.
This is what I did when the parts were readily available. Cut the warlocks in half (If you're careful it's not that destructive) then stick the bodies on the jetbikers' legs. You then just have to green stuff some robes to cover the legs.
In my case I cut the left arms and combined them with Shining Spear control panels.
My farseer is mostly dire avenger exarch bits (except for the head), which is a little easier to work with than the metal warlocks.
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone
I took the warlock with the sword pointed straight to the ground and a pistol pointed out to the side. I cut him at the waist and carefully clipped the end of the sword from its connection to the base. Then I wrapped the arms in paper towel and grabbed them with pliers and bent them into the positions you see, and then cut the pistol hand and glued a guardian biker hand where the pistol had been. You then attack the waist to the guardian bike legs. very easy conversion with no green stuff required at all if you do it right. I have several more like that. Hope it helps