I have lots of pictures on my website which cover a range of different eras, ranges and scales.
It can be quite difficult to find what you might find interesting (and as a webmaster it is quite difficult to decide where to put things). I do have a few battle reports on my website which are quite different to the photographs I usually take, but show a series of photographs from a game.
These pictures are an example of one of my Epic battle reports.
Here Ork fighters attack a detachment of Imperial Baneblade super heavy tanks.
Here an Ork Gargant and a motorised Ork detachment advance.
With a final drybrush to tone down the wash and accentuate the detail…
I have finished my Forgeworld Epic Ork Bommerz.
I did think about adding some more detail and glyphs, but thought at this small scale it may not work well, and I was pleased with the models as is. I have some metal conversions hanging around which I may try some yellow flames on.
Made quite a bit of progress on these lovely models… Well after doing the metal parts I have spent a bit of time on my Forgeworld Ork Bommerz.
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.