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They look really good, could you explain how you made them from termies,i would like to have a crack at that myself. I like the idea of shoulder mounted rokkits, very orky.
i didnt think anyone liked them but here is how i did it
took an old termie
break it into pieces, then cut it at the knees, and remove the head, do the same with an AoBR nob
(i also removed a pk and put it on a bigger arm)
find the pieces you wish to add armour
glue it together
then paint it
oh i also cut the toes off each and switched them, no pics, but they definatly didn't look right with SM feet
anyways i hope this helps
I like them, they look a bit less bulky than Mega Armor should but the originality more than makes up.
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i'm a fan of this
i could see orks doing this to some terminator corpses
Thank You for posting it, step by step, im getting another AoBR box for Xmas hehe, and im trying to expand my orks with as much cheap* stuff as possible, im having a hard time finacing my hobby (times arent like they used to be), so im looking for all the DIY stuff i can find
wasnt too sure when i read the title, but Im also a fan
Good bits usage, and you made them look suitable Non-Umi
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They look really cool, very orky
Excellent! I'm definitely converting some of my AoBR Termies into some more Mega Nobz.
I really love these, am currently fighting my urges to start playing 40k and was looking at playing orks and doinging it on the cheap. I had the same idea to convert the termies In AoBR into these, and you have shown it can be done...
The other idea was to convert the SM dread in the set into an orky dread. (well, as would be getting 2 sets, two of them!)
But yeah your guys look really cool, this is distinctly do-able...
*ponders finances, and lack of time factor vs new minis and a new game!*