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03-19-15 09:23 AM
neferhet also, old bretonnian bowmen had some easy cut and glue long bows...those models come a dime a dozen nowadays...

03-19-15 08:42 AM
Warpangel Proper lucked in I found some plastic hair grips of the wife's with a little heat n scratches with a knife
Perfect and thanks for the advice
03-18-15 11:31 PM
Old Man78 Would using plastic rod or plastic cocktail sticks work, use a little heat to put a bend in them, the cocktail sticks will already have a tapered end
03-18-15 09:42 PM
Originally Posted by Warpangel View Post
Cheers buddy
Anu luck with them mate?
03-17-15 08:11 PM
Warpangel Cheers buddy
03-17-15 04:07 PM
SwedeMarine I would try to sculpt something. As they are large models they need Large Bows. Start with an armature (i use paper clips generally) for the general shape and then secure the middle of the bow with green stuff and wait for it to cure completely. then in thin layer build up to the design you'd be happy with. Because they are Nurgly you can get away with imperfections. I wouldn't bother with Bowstrings as they will likely just break.
03-17-15 04:00 PM
Warpangel Long bows in their hands I've drilled out where I want them in their free hand
Any tips
03-17-15 01:32 PM
SwedeMarine I guess that all depends. Do you want te models to have the bows in hand or on their backs? Long or short bows?
03-17-15 11:31 AM
Modelling bows for Mordheim ?

This will sound silly and simple but any one got any simple ways to make bows for the two models in the image ? I know I can simply bend some wire ha but is the better ways to make them look good
Any help appreciated

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