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Okay. Here is my first conversion. Not yet complete, missing an arm, a few spikey bits and some greenstuff which i first have to learn how to do.
He has his punisher slung over his shoulder.
Not sure what to do about the other arm. I really want some kind of head or something held in it, but i might go doing a big claw looking thing ( that at the same time still looks like it can help wield his giant punisher)
Please be gentle First conversion ever.
I really like what you have done so far. I think the head in hand idea is a good move. Its a fairly sizeable weapon that he's wielding so an extra weapon on the other hand might be too much. More cloaks on DE thats what I think!!
I really like the movement
The way I see it he is wielding the punisher from over his shoulder and about to bring it flying forward in a large arc to slice through this foes, anime style. As a result I would use the other arm as a balance, something that keeps the flow of movement and balance from the punisher arm.
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I love what you've done so far, congrats on your first conversion.
However, I'd probably lower the hand holding the punisher, and have it so that the front of the punisher is lower than the back (he looks like he's dragging it along), then have him holding a head forward in his other hand(in a threatening way). If you did this, you may want to consider making the torso lean back slightly.
Alternatively, if you wanted to have him look like he's striking out at someone (or something), then you could put a slightly bend arm without the punisher and have the hand facing down (and slightly forward) to get that mid-swing pose. Also, I'd lift the arm holding the punisher up a bit, but that may be hard because it's metal. To help you with the pose, just do a few little swinging actions similar to what your model's doing, and go with that.
If you were doing this, and also wanted a head, then I guess you could put it in his hand, but I'd recommend putting one on his belt, just so it looks like he's in the middle of a combat (you wouldn't hold a head in your hand while killing someone).
Hope it helps,
The Flubby Master
He looks very much like he's firing before bringing down the punisher. Pics up later tonight!
As promised here are the current photos!
-Forearm mounted pistol
-Spikes on his elbows + legs
- green stuff, especially the cut in the arm.
The paint scheme is a black/purple he will likely get some green as fluffwise, he's an ex-scorpion.
Without further ado;
More to come later, including the test model for the colours!
I wonder if putting some blades on his lower legs and/or his forearms would make him look even more evil. What are your thoughts about making him spiky?
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looks cool, i like it, first i thought of the cloaked incubi on vect when i saw it, you can still order them independantly i think, those models are amazing i have some of them knocking about i ordered direct without buying the whole vect boxset.
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