- Rebel Grot allies for Waagh Grottrog!
- Kamui’s Workbench: Liberated Grot Heavy and Special Weapons
- Rebel Grot WIP: Infantry Squads Based
- Rebel Grots WIP – Shoulder Pads and Packs
- Rebel Grots WIP: Adding some variety!
- Rebel Grots WIP: First Infantry Squad Paint in Progress
- Rebel Grots: First Infantry Squad Grunts Painted
- Rebel Grots quick update: Heavy Weapon bases painted
- Rebel Grots: Lascannon 1 PIP
- Rebel Grots: First Infantry Squad with Lascannon is Finished
- Rebel Grots: Infantry Squad 2 WIP
- Rebel Grots: Infantry Squad 2 ready for paint
- Rebel Grots: Infantry Squad 2 amost complete
- Rebel Grots Infantry Yellow 2 complete…and tanks!
I’ve been working on Rebel Grots to use as Imperial Guard allies for my orks. It’s been slow going due to some restrictions in free time and other distractions competing for that free time but I’m happy with the progress so far. I’ve managed to base the grunts for the two infantry squads and one of their lascannons.
I use urban rubble colors for my ork army so I wanted to continue that theme on the Rebel Grots. I also wanted to give them a little boost so that they would be closer to human height. I had started putting them on sprue risers that I planned to conceal with a chunky slate and sand mix. It worked well enough, you can see it on the flamer grot in the group on the right. But then I started thinking it would be cool to have them standing on broken slab. I’ve seen others use floor tiles to good effect so a $.63 trip to Home Depot later (ok, the visit cost me more than that, but the 12″ tile was $.63) I now have enough slab material for quite a while. These took about 12-14 square inches of material. I broke up some of the tile and glued it to the bases. Some of them have bits of styrene card under them to make them uneven. Then I glued on the bits of slate, dusted it with some finer material, and I’m good to go.
That’s what I have so far. Let me know what you think!