He comes with a small chitinous piece for his base and the peg on his tails slots into it but I thought it was somewhat underwhelming. I've had this square cut piece of slate for over a decade, waiting for the right model to use it on and boy did this work out great. There's also a second piece added to the right facing to make it more rounded, it's perfectly flat otherwise.
Whether the pin holds or not is up for debate, he's definitely more fragile - that think drops the weight of the slate will send serious shock through the model causing all sorts of damage. And, for a creature you probably want to hide I've made it much harder - modelling for disadvantage! But it looks awesome and rule of cool wins out.
Here's the Great Big Big Build RUSTY Stamp of Approval for the build.
As I'm updating my oldest Zoanthrope it made sense to give this a progress boost - get the Red Planet BASE! done and basecoats.
Then I can batch the two of them for the chitin, washes and bone. The wings will be somewhat of a challenge but also something to look forward to.
And with the [mostly] painted bas - Great Big Big Build BASE RUSTY Stamp of Approval.
He look awesome - should be amazing in your swarm's colors. paint on!ReplyDelete
It'll be interesting to do wings again, haven't done their like in ages. I did have an urge to also update my Gargoyles at some point. I hate using them but wondered if two 5 model movement trays might make them usable? I did not like my 10 model trays for Termagants but figured a smaller brood for something otherwise unwieldy might just work...?Delete