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Longtime Dakkanaut




Central California

Converted my new Wraithlord to have an action pose and fit in with a Howling Banshee Aspect army. Copied the pose from one of the new banshees. THe legs were not easy of course (lot of cutting and fixing) but the hardest part was the "Hair".

I am not too sure of the banshee mask. I didn't want it to look identical, but it came out a little more bulky than I wanted. Anyway, 95% done.





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Ultramarine Master with Gauntlets of Macragge





Upstate, New York

Nice work. I agree that the mask is a bit much. I went for a literal pony tail for my HB WL by grabbing a tail from a fantasy horse, rather then dealing with that level of mane.

   
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Longtime Dakkanaut




Central California

@Nevelon: I wish I had done something like you did. At least that load of GS is hollow. THe more I look at the mask, the more I hope I can fix it a bit with paint. I used the bottom of an Eldar walker foot, and it's just like 30% too big. The running pose is by far the nest part of the conversion.

Keeping the hobby side alive!

I never forget the Dakka unit scale is binary: Units are either OP or Garbage. 
   
 
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