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PostPosted: Wed Dec 14, 2011 5:16 pm 
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The build is done for now. I'll paint passengers at a later date. I may or may not use that wierd boy. I would like to go for the "I'm zoggin full of Waaaggghhhh and me 'ed is gonna blooowwwww" look. I'm also considering a Mek with a shokk attack gun behind the driver. twin big shootas off the sides would be cool too.
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edit, I chopped off the hair on that ork and turned it sideways like a mohawk. I think it made it so much less stupid looking. As for the staff, a normal orks head looks alot like an ork skull (go figure) and much better than a silly hand puppet.

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I think the Voodoo Ork is cute! Another awesome job. Oh, where are the rear wheels from? Are they cannon wheels of some sort?

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 14, 2011 5:28 pm 
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Two 15mm scale wagon wheels on each side. The front wheels started as 15mm panzer 3 spare road wheels. IIRC those particular wagon wheels were from a limber set made by Old Glory 15s, they didnt sync with my other FoW minis so I did'nt use them.
When I was posting about the MG's I remembered I had a ton of wheels in my FoW bits box.


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Very nice & I like the throwback to the original Ork Battlewagon. O0

Have you considered adding riggaz or a banner? Maybe a totem with lightning bolts or something suitably zappy.

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Still milling over whether or not to add a banner. If I do make one there is a spot for it already at the back of the tower. Riggers are a must.


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I'm loving this thread. Your the new scratch build king :)

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What are you using for the floor paneling?

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The plastic is scribed then it has some very thin random plates with impressed rivets and the metallic parts are dulcolax backing. :D again with the looted laxative.


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I thought it was done when I took the pic but it looks like It still needs a bit more paint.
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Wow you don't hang about do you, great quality too.


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I'm on vacation. :)


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This thread is full of epic epicness.

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It look like the first W40k battlewagon that i remember... and for this, i salute you! epic!

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That Skullhamma is fantastic, great plasticard work.

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