Heavy stealth suits

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modelglue
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Re: Heavy stealth suits

Post#11 » Mar 11 2015 01:58

ArttesThePerishable wrote:
modelglue wrote:You could easily use this fellow as a stand in for an ally.

I agree with this idea. Seeing this model makes me want to buy them for a "counts as" Orks ally. Nice and bulky looking with a pretty nifty looking melee weapon. And wouldn't require much remodeling! :D

Hmm, not bad! Does anyone have an idea of how large these models are? The OP doesn't appear to have one on hand that I can tell. My thoughts were to either chop the head off and stick it elsewhere (cleverly of course) or adorn the model as is with shoulder pads, antennae etc.

Edit: I just found this photo, thumb for scale reference?
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red'gue'vesa
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Re: Heavy stealth suits

Post#12 » Mar 11 2015 02:04

modelglue wrote:
ArttesThePerishable wrote:
modelglue wrote:You could easily use this fellow as a stand in for an ally.

I agree with this idea. Seeing this model makes me want to buy them for a "counts as" Orks ally. Nice and bulky looking with a pretty nifty looking melee weapon. And wouldn't require much remodeling! :D

Hmm, not bad! Does anyone have an idea of how large these models are? The OP doesn't appear to have one on hand that I can tell. My thoughts were to either chop the head off and stick it elsewhere (cleverly of course) or adorn the model as is with shoulder pads, antennae etc.

Edit: I just found this photo, thumb for scale reference?
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I will post a size comparison image when I get the chance.
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red'gue'vesa
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Re: Heavy stealth suits

Post#13 » Mar 12 2015 10:48

http://imgur.com/PhlWDaD

Here is a size comparison to a fire warrior.
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Re: Heavy stealth suits

Post#14 » Mar 13 2015 10:01

mmm, the size is good. Stealth suits XV25 are a little tall than a FW.
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Myrdin
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Re: Heavy stealth suits

Post#15 » Mar 13 2015 10:05

That sure is one adorable Murloc :3
Could imagine a heavy tech-ed up version as a "count as" crisis suit..

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Re: Heavy stealth suits

Post#16 » Mar 14 2015 06:00

Gah!!! You had to say "Murloc"! Now I can't get Mhgggrrrrggggg out of my head (oh the nightmares caused by that blasted game).

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red'gue'vesa
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Re: Heavy stealth suits

Post#17 » Apr 22 2016 04:51

abraxus wrote:Gah!!! You had to say "Murloc"! Now I can't get Mhgggrrrrggggg out of my head (oh the nightmares caused by that blasted game).


My friend just informed me of what a Murloc is. I shall give their battle cry as these troops march into battle!
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Re: Heavy stealth suits

Post#18 » Apr 22 2016 08:17

The size of the model would fit a XV25.
And for the base size: In my local gamestore they said you can't go smaller than the original base but are free to go bigger.
On what size are Space Marines standing now? 32mm?

red'gue'vesa wrote:I shall give their battle cry as these troops march into battle!


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Raverrn
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Re: Heavy stealth suits

Post#19 » Apr 22 2016 09:05

New XV-25 boxes come with 32mm bases.

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red'gue'vesa
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Re: Heavy stealth suits

Post#20 » Jul 18 2016 04:46

Got the sculpting complete. I used insta mold and a 50/50 mix of green stuff and yellow milliputty to recreated the new parts on the other figures. I just need to sculpt some new stuff for the squad leader and then figure out the color scheme.
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