Howdy kidz! I haven’t been doing anything with the blog as of late for I am working in retail. As many of you already know, retail during the holiday season is a bit like being assigned to a penal legion. This will all change in January as I may have a better career within the IT department of AT&T.
At any rate, Jamie (the post master on this blog) has been telling me that there are a lot of request for updates on projects that are being worked on like the Vulture. I have to control my 40K ADD to get this stuff done but there are three in the soup. First, my IG battalion is being worked out to around 15k to 20k of points, second task is Jamie’s Christmas gift, and third is this year’s tree ornament (first year’s is at the bottom of this blog site). On the side, we are both working on Apoc data sheets from our site for you to use.
The Vulture has been degreased and primed for building and will be worked on soon. For now, I will show ya my homemade Trygon. This thing is about two years old but still one of my favorite models to play. You can make one of thee things easily.
You will need:
1 carnifex model
1 brass wire about 21/2” long
2 brass wires about 1/2" long
pin vice or small drill
extra spiky nid bitz
glue and paint of course
Next, drill a hole in the body of the fex and test fit with the tail. This wire is what is going to pin the tail and body. With out this, you may not get the right posture and loose stability. Pay close attention at the posture of the bug in this stage. Mine maybe a bit too hunched over but if you go too far up then all the thing will every see is sky instead of prey. Btw, as far as the husk/back, the normal seemed to be the logical choice.