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Marine
02-10-2012, 19:11
Quick question guys - im trying to find different types of space marine legs.

For example, legs whereby the mini has one leg straight and one leg bent and standing on a rock

And also, for anyone that was at games day 2012 uk Rik Turner had an apothecary that was crouching - do you think that is a special conversion (this was also in white dwarf 2 issues ago where they talked about using models from different parts)

Any help would be great as i have looked under 40k on the games workshop but either i missed it or im going nuts!

loveless
02-10-2012, 20:11
Well, the Command Squad sprue has a set of kneeling legs - I think the "knee-down" leg is on a bit of rock.

lbecks
02-10-2012, 21:40
There were some veteran/sergeant models that had a leg on rock pose.
http://www.brueckenkopf-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/sm_movet.jpg
http://www.gamezilla.ca/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Space-Marine-Veteran-with-Power-Sword-Plasma-Pistol-16.00.jpg

Vourne
02-10-2012, 22:07
Well, the Command Squad sprue has a set of kneeling legs - I think the "knee-down" leg is on a bit of rock.

Correct. The Kneeling legs are from the Space Marine Command Squad boxed set: http://www.games-workshop.com/gws/catalog/productDetail.jsp?prodId=prod1050238

AndrewGPaul
03-10-2012, 10:23
One of the prior incarnations of the Devastators models had a different set of plastic kneeling legs, moulded as a single piece and without the rock.

The recent Blood Angels and Space Wolves box sets also have legs in slightly different poses than the standard Tactical Squad legs - more walking posaes, fewer wide-legged stances.

The Marshel
03-10-2012, 14:45
note that the command squad and devastator squad both contain the same sprue for legs, and as such both have a kneeling set of legs each

trigger
03-10-2012, 14:47
Anvil industries do some good legs as do maxi mini

blongbling
04-10-2012, 08:23
or just convert them yourself

Verm1s
04-10-2012, 12:46
I hope you're going to use them as a clever commentary on daft cliched model tropes.