Sleazy Rider

This limited edition from Citadel in the 1980s became very rare as they withdrew it very quickly from sale.

Sleazy Rider

I painted the fuel tank in Soviet colours as the painted model in White Dwarf at the time had its fuel tank painted with the stars and stripes and I didn’t think I could get the lines straight.

Sleazy Rider

It is probably now one of my favourite models of all time and I now wish I had not sold it on eBay a few years back…

It should be noted that this was in fact a fantasy model and pre Warhammer 40K…hence the wooden wheel, though the back wheel was from a Judge Dredd model.

Ork Skorcha

My Skorcha is nearing the end of its journey.

This shot shows the model after painting the entire bodywork in Vomit Brown.

Ork Skorcha

The next stage was to give it a wash of Chestnut Ink, Scorched Brown and water.

Ork Skorcha

This accents the detail and I will then drybrush with Vomit Brown.

Ork Skorcha

The driver is nearly done and the Grot Rigger is now finished.

Ork Skorcha Driver

Still quite a bit to do, but it is looking good.

Limited Edition 40K scale Inquisitor Model (got one)

Inquisitor LorrManaged to get one today…

At the beginning of March I mentioned that GW were releasing a limited edition Witch Hunter model that would only be sold in the stores on the 2nd and 3rd April.

Well I didn’t think I was going to get one, but I was on my way over to Simon’s for a game of Space Hulk and stopped off at the GW store and picked one up.

It is a very nice model and is based on the Witch Hunter model that is available in the boxed set, but has a different weapon (plasma pistol) and is pointing rather than holding a sword.

Personally I think it is a better model.

Now do I paint it, or do I keep it and sell it on eBay in a few years time (or does everyone do that).

Rules are in White Dwarf #304.