I gave my constructed Ork Bommer a white undercoat. The next stage was a spray basecoat of German Armour Yellow.
I used that colour, mainly as I had it in the house.
As is the case with most of the new kits from Games Workshop, this model comes with a range of choices on how you fit the kit together. You can build a fighter version, a ground attack variant or a dive-bomber.
The most popular configurations of the Ork Bommer are the Dakkajet, the Burna-Bommer and the Blitza-Bommer.
I decided that I would build mine as per the Burna-Bommer, as I liked the rear turret, but would arm mine with the weaponry from the Blitza-Bommer and a couple of extra forward firing big shootaz!
The model went together quite easily. Though I do feel that the CAD style of the instructions makes them more difficult to follow than the traditional line art that I remember from making Airfix kits in the 1970s and 1980s.
The main issue I had was with the rear horizontal fins. The way they are connected means it is not a strong joint and initially the fin drooped. I therefore had to prop it up whilst the glue cured.
With the way I am going to paint the model I kept the cockpit, pilot and turret assembly separate, and the bombs as well.
The next stage will be a white undercoat followed by a base coat of German Armour Yellow (well that’s what I had in the cupboard).