Squiggoth on the move with a bundle of Orks…
In a recent game I used my Ork Squiggoth something I haven’t used for a while. Well let’s just say he didn’t perform as well as he has in other games.
Here he is with some of my Orks and a pair of Killa Kans advancing on Simon’s Imperial Guard.
The Orks lost by the way…
My Orks on the offensive, moving across the battlefield.
As well as Ork Boyz, there are Killa Kans and a Squiggoth in support. Photograph from a recent game.
Ork Shoota Boyz from my collection advance on a Tyranid horde.
From a recent game (which I lost).
Here is a work in progress photograph of some of my Ork Boyz.
These ones are well on their way to been finished.
Ork Boyz moving fast through the ruins.
I have been adding to my Ork Boyz.
Using the same technique as outlined on my website.
It is relatively quick and quite a few boyz can be painted in a short time.
This shot shows a work in progress of one of my Ork Boyz.
They are painted quite quickly in one respect, but I am still trying to get a good paint job on them.
I start off with a black undercoat and then do all the metallic bitz with a drybrush of tin bitz and chainmail.
I then do all the Ork skin with a dark green, highlight with Goblin Green before doing final highlights with a mixture of Goblin Green and Bleached Bone.
The orks’ teeth are first done in Bleached Bone before final highlights of Skull White.
Uniforms (and I say that in the broadest possible sense with orks) are usually Codex Grey with highlights in a lighter grey.
Bases to fit in with the snow based theme and Cityfight games are done in Codex Grey before drybrushing with Skull White.
Here is a shot of some finished Boyz.