Ork Lungbursta tanks move across the verdant green fields of an Imperial world.
These are original Epic models from the early 1990s.
How I made the terrain they are photographed on.
Here is a group shot of my desert style Ork vehicles.
There are a real mix of old and new models, metal and resin.
As you can see I have followed *fashion* and I have based the miniatures which has its advantages and disadvantages.
I have since photographing these got some more brown paints from GW so I can continue the brown theme but maintain a distinctness between the vehicles.
Though the last picture was of them in a green and pleasant land, here are my Lungbursta in their desert environment which really shows off their desert camouflage.
They still need a few finishing touches.
Though not quite finished, here are my Lungburstaz which after their base coat have had a wash of Chestnut Ink, Scorched Brown and water.
One of the things about these older models is that they are made with a softer metal, which though great for conversions is susceptible to knocks and even just pressure. I caused a few mishaps with mine when I was getting them off the wood stick I had glued them to.
I do like the Lungbursta model and I am pleased to see you can still get it.
The Lungbursta is one of my favourite Epic Ork vehicles.
There is something very *normal* about it which I like compared to other Ork vehicles.
I found I had some spare models and I am painting them up in desert colours to match my current Epic painting.
The first stage is painting the metal parts in black.
The next stage will be painting the basecoat.