Mar 30, 2009

Exodite Dragon Knight

Of cource, as you've probably already known, these guys represent jetbikes.



4 Comments:

HuronBH March 30, 2009 at 11:36 AM  

I have to say your Exodites really impress me. I have toyed with the idea of doing an Exodite army since I purchased the Eldar 40K codex back when it first came out for 2nd edition. I have even built a few test models over the years.

I have to admit I had the idea of use the plastic cold ones as bikes already, as I have built several versions meant to rep the same thing over the years out of the metal ones. However your pictures proving the theory has inspired me to finally take the plunge and start collecting pieces to get the army put together. Nice job and keep it up.

Cannonfodder March 30, 2009 at 12:17 PM  

A thanks for showing them. I like them a lot and think it is the right aproach.

Do you think I could use the new riders with conversion similar to yours on the old cold ones to represent wraithguard?

Akenseth March 30, 2009 at 12:43 PM  

Thanks for the comments.

HuronBH: I too started off doing the conversions with old metal cold ones, and the army didnt' get far because of how expensive it was to do, and how I hate working with metal. When the newest cold ones came out I started sketching out a few ideas. Best of luck to your project.

Cannonfodder: I've been thinking on how to do Wraithguard for a while. I've been basically stumped as to what to do. I was thinking Lizardmen salimanders for a while, but I don't think that this will work out too well. I've used some of the Dark Elf rider bodies for Warlocks and Farseers in my army. Honestly I'm still stumped but I'd like to see what you had in mind.

Anonymous,  October 17, 2009 at 3:47 AM  

Hey dude, Im also doing an exodite army. By going with the background lore "the exodites still have acces to all the technology" I use tanks as tanks and vypers as vypers. Going with that principle I would also use wraithguard as wraithguard. To make cool wraithguard however, take a peek at the epic eldar 40k titans. Use them, paint them as ancient robot warriors or even statues and there you go!

http://www.games-workshop.com/gws/catalog/productDetail.jsp?catId=cat1290356&prodId=prod1110098

Cheers and good luck, Robert - The Netherlands

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