View Full Version : Help: Space Marine with Terminator Legs

10-01-2011, 02:13
HI all

Ive seen people doing those Real scale Space marines.
I think its cool, but to much work for me.
I've seen many people using terminator legs for there real scale marines.

I have no marine miniatures myself.
Does anyone have a Space Marine upperbody? incl. head and arms. and a pair of terminator legs?

And are they willing to put them together with some green stuff or such so I can see if it works or just look stupid?

10-01-2011, 03:20
You should have posted that in M,P&T.

Terminator Legs will be too big in relation of course. If you mean that you must go with the "true scale" crowds you'll have to invest work. There are legions of bad "true scaled" marines armies out there and even they involved work. It's hard to pull off properly but if you want to do something like that, do it properly instead of half-hindered. :)

If you want to have something outstanding, you'll have to work for it.

10-01-2011, 03:23
Here you go!
looks OK I guess...

10-01-2011, 03:25

Could you take another picture from a more Frontal angle, too show the scale of the bitz?

And if you could maybe with the head on?

11-01-2011, 02:40

11-01-2011, 10:22
I'd say don't go that route, it looks very silly and bow-legged, and it doesn't make them true-scale.

11-01-2011, 10:25
I'd say don't go that route, it looks very silly and bow-legged, and it doesn't make them true-scale.

ALL SM are bow legged (not a single one is standing up straight), and thus the actual models are "true scale", not this Peter-Crouch-on-a-torture-rack rubbish that I keep seeing.


11-01-2011, 10:51
The Dark Angel veteran walking forwards is pretty much straight legged. Doesn't make him noticeably taller imo.
As already said, true scaling, if it is your cup of tea, is only worth doing if you're going to do it well. Other wise you'll end up with a force from the Mangled Monkey chapter...

11-01-2011, 16:27
Was just wondered how it looked.