“After The War” – a piece I put together a while back for a monochrome painting challenge. Plastic marine, underbrush sculpted from green stuff, wire and green stuff for the flower.
Built and Painted for ‘Scratchbuilt/Converted Model’ category in the inaugural (and sadly, only) Auscon ‘Wizards of Oz’ painting comp, Apr 2011. Awarded Bronze.
Another old Ork conversion for Warhammer 40000 – an Ork Mek with a Kustom Force Field. Way back in the dim, dark depths of early 5th edition, there was no official model for the KFF, so I decided to try my hand at coming up with something suitable wild and impractical-looking… Converted from the Assault on Black Reach starter set Warboss with various assorted gubbins, some guitar wire, and the KFF made from plastic tubing, thin copper wire and a few plastic beads.
“We dunno where ‘e came from, or what ‘e iz. Found ‘im inna desert wiv a crack onnis noggin. ‘E tried t’brain Lugnutz wiv a rock, and only stopped when a couple o’the ladz sat on ‘im. Dey keeps him around fa’ luck, like a mascot, sorta fing. ‘E’s zoggin useless inna scrap, but by Mork ‘e’s a savage little blighter.”
A quick and fun little conversion for a forum painting competition – theme was “More then meets the eye”. Paintjob was a little rushed, but its fun to do something totally outside the box sometimes…
Painted just for fun a few years back. One of my all-time favourite GW models.