Killa Kan with Rokkit Launcha

One of the presents I got over Christmas was an Ork Killa Kan. I already have two of these clunking small Ork Dreadnoughts. This model will now give me a mob of three.

This is quite an old model now and is all metal. There are various components and as with most Games Workshop metal models no instructions! This particular model came with a Burna (flamer).

Having thought about it, I decided to arm this Killa Kan with a Rokkit Launcha to go along with the other two which also have Rokkit Launchaz. I didn’t have a spare Ork Rokkit Launcha to hand, so decided to use the Missile Launcher from the Chaos Vehicle sprue.

Having glued the two halves together which needed a bit of filing for a snug fit, I added the engine on the back. The Rokkit Launcha I made according to the instructions.

Using a small piece of plastic rod I glued it to the Rokkit Launcha and glued to the arm hole on the Killa Kan.

I now need to stick on the rest of the metal parts add some more Ork Gubbinz to make it more Orky. I will also need to find a base as they now come with the smaller 40mm round bases rather than the bigger 60mm bases they use to come with and what my other two are based on.

Killa Kans

I often paint my miniatures to what I call a gaming standard (okay to put on the table) and then add detail later (sometimes much later).

I decided it was high time that I added some detailing to my Killa Kans, as they looked a little plain, especially in the missile department. The Rokkits were painted white, then red and then given a wash on ink to gloss them up slightly.

In the main I will be adding some copper and bronze to various metal parts and adding some more Ork glyphs.

Basing the Killa Kan

I have finished the base on one of my Killa Kans and with a virtually done paintjob it is ready to play a game with.

The base is done with a few bits of gravel from the garden, GW sand and then painted Codex Grey before being drybrushed with lighter shades of grey and then white.

The main body of the Killa Kan is black, drybrushed with Tin Bitz and Boltgun Metal.

I still have to do some of the detailing but I am quite happy with it at the moment.

I am not sure whether I should paint the missiles yet and what colour!

You find more information on the Killa Kan on the workbench section of the iFelix website.