Discussion in 'Painting and Converting' started by Chicken Lips, Feb 12, 2015.
There is also this version from 5th edition.
Yeah, I was thinking something along these lines. I mean, the current one is floating, why not this one too? Add some giant tusks, feathers and BOOM! You're good to go!
I have 2 already @NIGHTBRINGER unfortunately the models don't have the guy fanning them but I have the pigmy slaves carrying them on their carpet they tend to go for about 30£ each when I've seen them but I got mine 30£ for 2 of them if I recall
Your collection is mighty indeed!
I also have a GamesDay Slann coming in as well as another Stegadon. I'll plan on using them for Lord Mazdamundi.
Ohhh excited now, remember that Zlaag is bigger than a normal Steggy so you could convert a plastic model that is a bigger scale?
Do you have recommendations?
I absolutely LOVE what was done here, but have no idea how he achieved that "tent". I originally had a similar idea and then I saw this one and thought, "Perfect! Oh crud....how the heck...!"
... How much you want to spend ???
there are some nice resin models out ther.
Not really that much, since I already have a Stegadon on the way, but I certainly wouldn't mind see other options!
I don't want to give too much away but this model is cheap fits the same base as a Steggy and is ripe for converting.
Tamiya 1/35 Triceratops Eurycephalus
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So this is somewhat along the lines of what I was considering. I had even thought about the tent idea before I saw this model, but I have absolutely no idea how he did this! If that's Green Stuff work, DANG. It looks amazing! I love the tail, but the tent is what really caught my eye! Any ideas?
I have seen somebody doing something like that using some tissue that he soaked with PVA glue.
Huh! I have seen that video before, but I didn't think about it! Thanks! That might actually be a good method to use. I've seen it used (quite effectively) to make the "roots" of trees before. I've never tried it, but I might experiment with a few trees before moving on to something like LM.
Just thought I'd share a few models that I finished as gifts for a few friends.
How do you do the bases for your wildriders? I love them
I really like Wood Elves!
Nice work on the undead as well.
I used grass flocking for the base layer, then I used little tufts of different grass glued to the top as well as the little seed pods that look like dried leaves. I got all of them from Green Stuff World. I HIGHLY recommend their site! I just ordered two sets of metallic shifting paints that should prove quite interesting!
Chameleon Skinks anyone?