They are very finely detailed kits with lots of pieces.
As you can see they are much bigger than the original Epic40K versions.
They were slightly fiddly to put together, but the pieces did fit well there was very little flash or cleaning needed.
Once constructed I have undercoated mine in white paint as I am going to paint them flaming orange.
The metal botz will be picked out in black
The black parts will be drybrushed Boltgun Metal.
The first thing I did was to do the bases, which starts of as a simple flying base, I stuck a small rock and GW’s sand mix, before painting Bestial Brown and drybrushing with Bleached Bone.
I wanted to go for the orange/brown look of the FW 40K model.
Though I don’t think I will go for the checks or the flame effects which I think wouldn’t work in this scale (painted by me they wouldn’t).
I first painted the underneath in Vomit Brown.
This meant that I could avoid getting paint on the black metal work.
After painting the complete model in Vomit Brown, I painted the bomb loads in Bestial Brown after thinking that black would be too harsh. I then gave the model a wash. In the following picture the washed model is still wet!
Once the model was completely painted in Vomit Brown I then washed the model with a wash of Chestnut Ink, Scorched Brown and water.
As you can see one model is darker than the other, but I don’t think Orks are that uniform.
I still need to do add some more detailing.
The detail on these models is amazing.