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Discussion in 'WarHammer40k' started by ARMORMAN, Sep 2, 2011.
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Three for the price of one, I love it!!!
11. Rhino Mk IC (Death Guard)
how do you make you re plans. i mean do you take it from forge world drawing or do you have a another technique. a
None of the posted links are by me. Various designers have various techniques.
i am trying to design a imperial knight titan . about 8 inch tall . i use te old epic miniature as a référence . it was a good bet until i found that this blog http://newobmij.tumblr.com/ have already a knight titan design. i have continu my plans but i need help with the legs. do someone know to contact him for the plans.
If you look back through this thread, you will find at least 2 different knight titan variants available for download....
And in regards to new goodies:
Crimson Hunter/Hemlock Wraithfighter by Newobmij:
The parts with dots are optional components to build the two variants. Green dots are parts for the Crimson Hunter. Orange dots are parts for the Hemlock Wraithfighter.
Newobmij has released his Knight Titan. I annotated the pages (his notes) to aid you:
Just in time for the new Apocalypse releases!
....and at a fraction of the cost!
hourra finally a knight titan . i am strating this one right now.
Hail to the grand Techpriest Newobmij!!!
He seems to have some psychic power, because, when I first saw the Hemlock, I tought:" Hope that Newobmij will do something about it"!
And great Titan, too! (PS. the template have lower resolution than usual, maybe the annotation process have some bad influence?)
Hey, Armorman. Hi guys. I just recently signed up and am starting the papercraft hobby. My question is, are there any files out there for the figs themselves in 3d and actual game scale? All I see are flats. I understand it would be extremely difficult to do, I was just curious if there are any out there in 3d? I mainly am looking for pilots to man the vehicles from this thread and Elli's page.
There are some files out there for full figures...I'm not exactly sure where off hand, and you may have to play around with scales for what you want to do.
That being said, I'm not sure if you're a gamer, or just really like the models (I know we have both here) but it might be worth checking out eBay for some good deals on bits or spare parts boxes to help enhance your builds.
That's just one of many options, and something I'll be doing with my mine and I know many others have as well.
Specifically, I should add that you would be able to find pilots and crew figures this way. There are always extras in the GW boxed sets and I've had a lot show up in the spare parts I've accumulated!
I'm both, but i am so strapped for funds right now I can't even plan ahead to buy anything. I figured if there were close enough PC minis I could beef up my army until i could eventually start picking some up for myself. I found some larger scale builds and thought I might be able to shrink them down and do that but I'm not finding a way to manipulate the file format they are in.
another question, (regarding the thunderhawk) was that all card stock? or did you use something else for the varying degrees of detail? I have foam core, i thought that would be good for the base body pieces with card stock and slim cardboard for other details.
hey guys, i'm working on the chaplain dreadnought and there's a part that has no number and there's no instructions for the chapter assembly. just the base. Any ideas?
yep...for some reason the annotations took it from vector to bitmap....weird...