JJ modelling, Nick, part of this may look familiar. Thanks for the inspiration. Eldar Warhammer 40k commission for Shawn.
|Prost to you, Nick. Was talking with someone and they told me about IDICBeer converting a shuriken cannon this way. Looked into and decided to go with it.|
|There's no peg for the sash. It just sits between the pack on the leg and his hip. This is one thing I do not miss when working with metal.|
|Fortunately it rests on the base for the banner pole.|
|Had no idea which weapon option Shawn would want. It was about 3am. Little early to call him about a commission question. Decided to try something new.|
|This exactly what I do not miss when working with metal. Superglue on little tabs that just touch a flat surface. Surprised these both went on without a hassle. Still prefer metal to other mediums. Just waiting for them to fall off when painting.|
|Yep, you guessed it: magnets. Except there's a problem. Used 1/16" x 1/32" magnets because of the tiny eldar arms. Fusion gun and Lance are too heavy unless supported as pictured above.|
|Perhaps if a larger magnet can be put into the shoulder socket then weapons won't dip down. Can't do anything about arm size.|