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Hey all, as Australia has one of the highest GW prices, i'm heavily leaning towards kitbashing, is this tournament legal? They would be fairly similar to the actual model.
It costs $41 for a old, fairly ugly model. A trukk costs $55 and a BW is around $100 So buying a BW, a few trukks, bike squad would probably make more better looking buggies, anyone had experience with kitbashing?
All comments are appreciated.
as long as all the components used are GW, and it's WYSIWYG, then your grand.
Us ork players live on kitbashing- I have a homemade unit of meganobz, big mek, four nobz with klaws, scratch built boss poles from sprue..
Its how we cope
W/D/L Rumpin' BackThumpa's WAAAGH, 38/3/21
My friend ordered a bunch of Deff Kopta's, he took off the rotor assembly and added wheels to the bottom from some sort of monster truck hotwheels toy... and now he has a bunch of decent (and cheap) Buggies.
I made my buggies from trukks and they look great! My warboss is actually a Biker, but he's made from a truck as well. Keep it mostly GW, and you should be great!
Last edited by Ouijakonrad; February 1st, 2012 at 15:01.
Whats WYSIWYG? the correct dimensions? height, deapth, width?as long as all the components used are GW, and it's WYSIWYG, then your grand.
I would plan on only using GW kits, i also have the old warbike models, could i use them? and replace the riders torse , head and arms? I have even got a white dwarf where they discuss conversions
W - what Y - you S - see I - is W - what Y - you G - get. Lasgun = Lasgun, chain sword = chain sword. Etc.
The only problem with the old bikes... is how cool the new bikes look! But, they are just fine to use if you'd like since they are in fact still GW models.
Another example of what Friar says, what you see is what you get just means you can't have a nob armed with a choppa and say it's powerklaw! We need to be able to tell it's a powerklaw! It's the same with all guns, weapons, and most wargear in the game. There are exceptions to things that are really small, or difficult to model, but for the most part you should do your best to display what your model is fielding.