he cut up the carnosaur to reposition the tail, and cut off arms/legs.
He cut up the forgeworld models (NOOO!!!) and then attached them as he wanted to what was left of the carnosaur body. Then with greenstuff, filled out the body and extended the neck, etc. and sculpted all the spikes, scales, etc.
The wires are coiled up and the stone work and gyroscope are made from milliput. for the main gyros, milliput around a ball, then when it hardens cut strips out of it..each different size level will interloc with the larger one.
THen a bit of saurus standard tops, with more miliput for the brass work to hold onto the back..etc.
That's it basically.
My EotG pics will be up at CMON prob this weekend Will post gallery link here...
Ya it looks good and it gives lizzies our own long range war machine (ya)! I like the stegadon and all it's just the main purpose of it is close combat and its hard to use it effectivly and get it in combat because the giant bow is so tantalizing.
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