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The 2015 #WAACChallenge – Part 5: For Sale!

05/24/2015 2 comments

The auction is now live, and just within the deadline.

Before I listed it I decided to take some better photos which I hope might make it sell better.

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I’ve also decided to bend the rules of the challenge somewhat.  Since I only paid £2 for this model I will be donating all of the sale price to Macmillan Cancer Support.

Please consider bidding, you can view the lot here.  Thank you.

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The 2015 #WAACChallenge – Part 4: Done!

05/18/2015 1 comment

Can’t believe that this took me almost a month, although to be fair I took a couple weeks off to celebrate my fifth wedding anniversary and work has been more hectic than usual.  Nevertheless, it’s done!

Ork Nob Front

Ork Nob Back

I really enjoyed painting this, so much so that it’s going to be a wrench to sell it, but it’s for a good cause!  I fear however that I may have started on the slippery slope towards getting an Ork army…

The auction will start this coming Sunday, I’ll put something up when it’s live.

The 2015 #WAACChallenge – Part 3: Painting in Progress

04/19/2015 2 comments

It’s slowly coming together.

Ork In Progress 01

As you can see, I’m keeping the colours fairly traditional.  Now that (most) of the base coat is in place I have quite a lot of highlighting to do, as well as to decide how weathered and rusty to make his weapons and armour.

Originally I’d planned to devote most of this weekend to him but a Saturday movie marathon with my wife took preference 🙂  Nevertheless, I’m confident of meeting the six week deadline.

The 2015 #WAACChallenge – Part 2: Model Built (almost)

04/11/2015 Leave a comment

It’s here!

I spent a little time today building this guy. 

The resin base is from the 40K Basing Kit, I still need to put some more Green Stuff down to fully cover the gap.

As well as drilling the barrel, I’ve added a Space Marine targeter to help him shoot vaguely straight.

I decided against attaching the model to the base at this point and, once done, I’ll pin it in place for added resilience. 

I was also wrong about this model being a standard Ork Boy, from what looks like an old White Dwarf or Citadel Catalogue, he appears to be a Nob. 

  

That might help with the selling price, right?