Part of a diorama entered into the UK 2006 Golden Demon awards.
I have recently updated the workbench feature on my Ork Stormboyz. Here is a work in progress shot of four of the Stormboyz.
Skin tones were done in the same style as my other Orks. The bases have been done, and the uniform (unlike my other Ork Boyz who wear grey) is been done in shades of brown. Here is a rear view, you can see that I have used the Warhammer Fantasy Orc sprue on the first and third Orks from the left.
Another view of the rear view.
I converted this plastic Ork to carry a Rokkit Launcha, you can see the earlier stages on my workbench feature.
I have added some more detail and highlights to my Ork with Rokkit Launcha Conversion. I highlighted the strapping around the body of the converted Rokkit Launcha
At this stage I am finishing off the painting, as you can see the teeth need a little more work.
Using highlights to emphasise the strapping. I also highlighted the rocket with Boltgun Metal to differentiate it from the Launcha (and to the spare as well) and added further highlights to the Codex Grey uniform of the Ork.
Basically the conversion consists of using a Shoota and sticking in a grenade from the Stormboyz set. I also used one of the Stormboyz heads.
Nice idea, pity it’s no longer available…
When Games Workshop released Cities of Death, they released an Urban Basing Kit. This box set contains 2 pots of slate, 2 pots of resin details and 1 pot of razorwire that can be used to decorate the bases of your miniatures or cityfight buildings.
I managed to get one of the kits, which sadly was a limited edition and is now no longer available. I first created a large 40mm round base.
I then tried a 60mm Dreadnought base.
The rear view.