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Smokin' Skorcha Driver





York, Yorkshire, England, UK

Mortalitas wrote:Got any tips for scratchbuilding orky wheels?


Sorry to say, but wheels area hard to come by, unless you mould your own, and if you do copy GW then don't say you are, they will hunt you down.

Not sure where to send you or what to say to you. (I made a mould)

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Regular Dakkanaut





Oslo, Norway

I'm in need of orky wheels as well. The closest I got was to do tracks. Much easier to do with a bit of profiled plasticard from Evergreen. (check link in my sig if you want to know more).

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Smokin' Skorcha Driver





York, Yorkshire, England, UK

TaWaaagh wrote:I'm in need of orky wheels as well. The closest I got was to do tracks. Much easier to do with a bit of profiled plasticard from Evergreen. (check link in my sig if you want to know more).


I would love to see a pic of your tracks, or a tut of making them

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Regular Dakkanaut





Oslo, Norway

I posted a pic on my blog. Come on over and have a look: http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/60/423220.page#3935735

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Charleston, SC

I just found this thread and have to say that these are some of the best ork conversions I have ever seen! So glad I found your blog, wazzoo! Keep up the great work.

   
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Smokin' Skorcha Driver





York, Yorkshire, England, UK

here you go boys and girls, hope you like.













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Huge Bone Giant






Midgard

Like it?
Like it?
LIKE IT?

I LOVE IT!

   
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Ragin' Ork Dreadnought






Ingelheim am Rhein, Germany

Wow, this is REALLY AWESOME!!


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Stabbin' Skarboy






Queensland (Australia)

Amazing work, truly inspiring for me starting scratchbuilding.

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Hellacious Havoc





Mobile, Alabama

Haha! I love it, so awesome.

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Growlin' Guntrukk Driver with Killacannon






When I thought that I've seen the awesomeness in this thread, You arrive with this and shatter any record of scratch building mejesty in a few pics.
I want to steal your talent!

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Waaagh! Warbiker





I have a serious question for you.

Does it hurt to be so awesome all the time? I mean, all of your stuff is painfully amazing.... so surely it has to hurt, right?

   
Made in be
Renegade Kan Killin Orks






Belgium

*picks up jaw from floor*

Amazing model man!

If brute force doesn't help, you're not applying enough!

A Squeaky Waaagh!!

 
   
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Smokin' Skorcha Driver





York, Yorkshire, England, UK

thanks guys, i will keep it all going, not sure what to do next tho, may well work on my airship till i get so inspiration

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Glorious Grot Banna Wava





UK

Holy crap how the hell do you do this so fast

Amazing again (which I have to say I am getting sick of saying ) if you keep this up I will have to come round and break your fingers just out of envy

I have to ask where are the WIP pictures I figured it out you just buy them don't you

No really great stuff but would love to see some progress pics if just not to steal your ideas LOL no I mean it really I am going to steal them all HAH HA HAH HA HA HA



 
   
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Smokin' Skorcha Driver





York, Yorkshire, England, UK

WIP pic's just slow me down, but i will do some next time

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Charleston, SC

That semi trukk is awesome! Great work!

   
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Mad Dok and EnglishOrk





6 foot underwater

Beautiful work man, that is a fantastic trukk

   
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Flashy Flashgitz





chester, cheshire

Can i request some nob bikers?

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Acolyte of Goodwyn






The Burbs of the Great White North

Absolutely epic thread, love it all, esp the Orkimus Prime!

   
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Ragin' Ork Dreadnought






Perth, Australia

Just... WOW

   
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[DCM]
Yes, I actually look like this.






Madison, WI

THAT... is just too cool for school!

   
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Blood Angel Terminator with Lightning Claws






Troutdale, Oregon

Did someone order a shipment of Orks?

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Smokin' Skorcha Driver





York, Yorkshire, England, UK

WIP pic as you asked for, only one i have


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Glorious Grot Banna Wava





UK

Nice work thanks for the pic but next time take more so we can steal your work more easily

Its just figuring out the support structure to the trailer that was baffling me so was hoping for some close ups as I loved the look

Guess I will have to squint at the picture to figure it out



 
   
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Berlin Germany

the thing i find very interesting is that on this scratchbuilt the chains look very on scale to the rest of the model... so most of the times i see peeps use way to big chains... did you use lego or possibly playmobil chainsfor a change?

 
   
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Glorious Grot Banna Wava





UK

Viktor von Domm wrote:the thing i find very interesting is that on this scratchbuilt the chains look very on scale to the rest of the model... so most of the times i see peeps use way to big chains... did you use lego or possibly playmobil chainsfor a change?


If you're looking for scale chains Vik try women's cheap jewellery accessories …… perfect for such jobs.

Plus you can make out you are treating her at the same time



 
   
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Berlin Germany

yep... tho i might add i have looked into that matter already and found for my liking the links are a bit to wide for my liking... but well there is plenty of sand on the beach so they say... so i just have to keep on looking for fitting chains...

 
   
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Glorious Grot Banna Wava





UK

Viktor von Domm wrote: yep... tho i might add i have looked into that matter already and found for my liking the links are a bit to wide for my liking... but well there is plenty of sand on the beach so they say... so i just have to keep on looking for fitting chains...


She goes to Monsoon a lot "clothes shop" and they have and accessories shop on the side which she looks in a lot, and she will ask what do I think to this I look at the chain and say very nice dear

Now though she knows what I am doing BUSTED !!!!!!!!



 
   
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Berlin Germany

She goes to Monsoon a lot "clothes shop" and they have and accessories shop on the side which she looks in a lot, and she will ask what do I think to this I look at the chain and say very nice dear

Now though she knows what I am doing BUSTED !!!!!!!!
that cracked me up!!! ROFL... you truly are some sorry guy^^

 
   
 
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