I have put together a World War 2 themed Ork warband for Shadow War Armageddon. I did a lot of converting, but I’m really happy with the result.
Orks are an army in Warhammer 40K played by some of our authors. Orks were Thor’s first army and still a favored army of Kamui.
You’ll find battle reports of our Warhammer 40K games and editorials on Orks as an army. There are also some Ork army lists and list building ideas.
I present to you, my version of Wazdakka Gutsmek, the infamous Evil Suns speed freak. This is completely converted, and not a stock model.
For 10 years I worked on this project, a Mek on a deff-jetbike. It’s painted in an Evil Sunz scheme because red ones go fasta.
A quick update on my Rebel Grot Armored Sentinel squadron. I’ve finished painting one of the three and am making good progress on the other two.
My converted Rebel Grot Commissar is finally finished! Quite a bit of sculpting and painting time went into this and I’m very pleased with the results.
I’ve made more progress on my Leman Russ tanks for my Rebel Grots, counts-as Astra Militarum. I have added sponsons to my second Leman Russ.
This is the ninth part in my series on scratch building tanks for Warhammer 40K where I compare my finished scratch built tank to a Games Workshop tank.
I want to compare a bought Chimera to the process of scratch building one. So, I do both in this article: assemble a GW kit and build my own.
In this scratch building part of the series I add some details to the Devil Dog build. The details really make a big difference.
I need weapons for my Devil Dog, so I’m going to scratch build a multi-melta and melta cannon for it. I will be magnetizing this weapons also.
Today I’m creating the tracks for the scratch built Devil Dog I’m working on. See how easy it is to create your own tracks.
This is the fourth part in my series on scratch building tanks for Warhammer 40K where we move beyond the template and add some details.