Reflecting on the Rukkatrukk Squigbuggy

On one of my recent posts I got a comment from Katie (@Lawgirl04) about another of my  workbench models, the Ork Rukkatrukk Squigbuggy.

Sorry to comment here — but I found your Rukkatrukk Squigbuggy posts, and I’m dying to know if you finished it? Also, I appreciate your tip on how you painted the buggy without gluing down the roll bar. I am just starting this project (and I’m VERY new to warhammer), and it’s nearly impossible to find tips/tricks for painting this squigbuggy. If you post more on this item, any tips are appreciated!! Thanks for the great content!

As the comment wasn’t relevant to the model in the blog post, I thought I would post the comment in the blog in a new posting.

I did look over the workbench feature of the Rukkatrukk Squigbuggy to see how far I got with the model.

Well not very far at all to be honest.

Not sure what I would do next. I think I will use some Contrast paint on the main chassis, and then use different colours for the bodywork. I will also be using Leadbelcher as the primary colour on the metallic areas, such as the buzzsaw.

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