Building more of the Kil Bursta

Forge World’s big Ork tank mounts a huge gun ready to take on any Imperial BaneBlade or even Titan.
Having fixed the sides, the next stage was the top of the superstructure and the turrets.


The added the engine to the rear.

The main armament was added to the front. This was another piece that I thought didn’t fit too well.


Still one mean looking Ork warmachine.

See the full workbench feature on the Kil Bursta.

Building the Kil Bursta

Forge World’s big Ork tank mounts a huge gun ready to take on any Imperial BaneBlade or even Titan.
Having built the chassis, the next stage was the superstructure. This didn’t quite fit as well as I thought it should.

There were a fair few gaps. However with a model such as this, the gaps were less obvious than would be on an Imperial model.

After fitting the sides, the Doza Blade was added.

This is one big tank.

See the full workbench feature on the Kil Bursta.

Kil Bursta

Forge World’s big Ork tank mounts a huge gun ready to take on any Imperial BaneBlade or even Titan.
This is quite an easy model to put together.
The tracks were quite warped, however by immersing them in hot water it was straightforward to fix them to the suspension.

Unlike the Kil Krusha or the Big Trakk the tracks for the Kil Bursta were much easier to fit.

I do like the look of this model, the ramshackle thrown together look.


The main engine is suitably Orky.

The parts fitted quite well.

The front and rear hull was added to the model.

This is one big tank.
See the full workbench feature on the Kil Bursta.