Grot Bomb Launcha

The Forge World Grot Bomb Launcha is probably my favourite model of all time.

Having given my Grot Bomb (from my Grot Bomb Launcha) a base coat of Desert Yellow, the next stage was a wash.

I gave the bomb a wash consisting of Chestnut Ink, Scorched Brown paint (which helps remove the gloss of the ink) and some water to thin the wash down.

I gave the launch structure a basecoat of Chaos Black. For some reason the resin has warped a bit, not sure how that happened, but I think as it is quite Orky, I am going to leave it as it is.

Here’s how the Grot Bomb looks when using one of my Wartrakks as the vehicle for the launcha.

Full workbench feature on the Grot Bomb Launcha.

Washing the wagon

Having finished the base coat and got the metal bitz looking all metallic, I gave the Forgeworld Gunwagon a wash consisting of Chestnut Ink, Scorched Brown paint (which helps remove the gloss of the ink) and some water to thin the wash down.

Turned out well, though it’s a pity that the “teef” at the front and blended into to the bodywork too much, I need to think about how to work on that.

Full workbench feature on my Ork Gunwagon.

More pictures of Ork Gunwagons.

Washing and detailing

Having washed my other Wartrakk, I did the same for another Wartrakk I am painting.

Having finished the base coat of Vomit Brown, I gave the Wartrakk a wash consisting of Chestnut Ink, Scorched Brown paint (which helps remove the gloss of the ink) and some water to thin the wash down. I also painted the Ork glyph on the front, which is from the Orc Warriors shield sprues.

This Wartrakk has been converted with new tracks as well as some other added features.

Washing my Wartrakk

Having washed my Looted Rhino I am using the same process on my Ork Wartrakk.

Having finished the base coat of Desert Yellow, I gave the Wartrakk a wash consisting of Chestnut Ink, Scorched Brown paint (which helps remove the gloss of the ink) and some water to thin the wash down.

This is a quick and simple way of accentuating the detail and adding shadows.

Washing a Looted Ork Rhino

I have spent a lot of time and effort working on my Ork Looted Rhino.

Having finished the base coat I gave the Looted Rhino a wash consisting of Chestnut Ink, Scorched Brown paint (which helps remove the gloss of the ink) and some water to thin the wash down.

It seems to have worked quite well.

Next stage will be a drybrush. See the full workbench feature on the Looted Rhino.

See our gallery of Looted Rhinos.