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Hi all, first post!
I have been collecting Warhammer 40k for bout 7 years now and got recommended this forum from a friend of mine.
I first encountered orks way back in 2001, with the release of the Armageddon campaign I really wanted to always do them, but haven't had any motivation
I started collecting orks at the start of the year when I got a spearhead for Christmas but didn't open it till February. Ever since then what can I say? Ive been hooked.
This is most of my work I've done so far, most of its done now, just can't take photos cos my cameras outta juice and, well I cant find it...
Anyways, enough talking, here is the pictures:
and fully assembled:
This ones my previous one (got stolen):
After some discussion on the 'WAAAGH' I extensively repositioned his legs (not easy!):
and where he is now (still afew things to add, bits and bobs):
Battlewagon (base kit 1/35 scale sturmtiger):
Big Mek Lugnutz Da Looney!
Yes I pinned it so it spins!
Some 'ard boyz:
The rest of my stuff includes some dull things, just boys, these are all the pictures I have uploaded of my small force.
I have started painting some of the tanks last week, so I will try to get some pictures posted up ASAP.
Not much else to say really! C & C is always welcome, any further ideas on what to add to my force would be apreciated (nothing stupid though).
Last edited by Death_Korp_Of_KRIEG; October 31st, 2008 at 10:54.
*jaw drops further*
*sees warboss, jaw hits the floor*
Um, yeah, I kinda like em. They could be a bit better though, its all a bit bland...
Who'm I kidding? I love them! That warboss is absolutely wonderful. I salute you for repositioning those legs.
As for adding to the force, I'd love to see some lootas converted up like you vehicles/warboss.
Welcome to the forum . And what an impact you have made. That is some truely amazing conversion work. And to be honest I couldn't be more jelous of your talent if I tried. Your work using that German Tank and convertining into the Looted Tank is amazing and your War boss... Lost for words .
Congratulations on such a brilliant entrance to the forum and welcome .
I'm only echoing what has been said above, but your work is excellent. Thank you very much for posting it on LO. I'm sure many here would be very grateful if you could write up how you went about making models like this (with WIP pics). I certainly would!
The warboss especially. Very nice indeed.
To put it simply: wow. The looted tanks look awesome, as does the warboss, and those boyz look great too. Don't happen to have any closer shots of the buggy next to the tank or the ork with the pirate hat do you? I'd like to see them =). That warboss really does have a lot of gubbinz...
PS. - You know you want to make a heavily converted Ork Dred. We know you do *hint hint*. .
Thanks for all the positive feedback!
Next project of mine (Its VERY big) il keep you all informed on the progress, but unfortunately I can't upload pictures till next Friday (sorry my exams are on).
I haven't got any pictures of the dude with the pirate hat, however I could upload some pictures of the whole mob next week.
As for a deff dread, I already have plans!
Cheers, thanks for the feedback, much appreciated!
Now back to paining
When I get back home I'm taking a super look at these things but everything here is damn blowing my mind dude!
The first tank I thought damn thats awesome and it literally got better as it went on!
Well above the line of awesome here, but I'd be terrified to paint anything if it was my stuff, cos my painting ruins a perfectly nice model.
do some justice!
Last edited by omgitsduane; November 1st, 2008 at 07:21.
These are some of the best Ork conversions I've ever seens. I kinda find it funny how the warboss looks like he's failed his difficult terrain test and is fallen over on some poor snotling
My favourite though has to be the buggy, nice one!