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Made in au
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Well, this army has been a long time coming. Now that it's finished, i figured you guys might like to take a look at it.

Sometime last year i got it into my head, then, proving its bloodthirsty nature, preparing the army did this to me...

(that photo was taken just now, and it hasnt come out terribly well. it's also healed for the majority of a year, suffice to say, i sliced open my knee pretty much to the bone and had to have bigass stitches in)

anyway, after taking a bunch of time off, i've finally finished the army (for now)




and here are a bunch more pictures
First, the lord


then Da Nightbringa


Warriors


Scarabs


Wraiths


And here is the Monolith (this is obviously the centrepiece of the army, and amongst everything else it has twelve hundred rivets)
Monolith (With Interior Detail)


Tomb Spyders


And Objective-Piggies


And The Display Board
   
Made in nz
One Canoptek Scarab in a Swarm





New Zealand

That is just amazing. Honestly this is one of the most original and well executed armies i've seen on here.
My only gripe is the tomb spyders seem rather lacking compared to the rest. Other than them though everything is perfect. Bloody good job.

Quick Edit: Any chance of getting a tutorial for those piggies they are great :3

This message was edited 1 time. Last update was at 2009/12/27 23:54:25


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Deathwing - 12-1500 pts and counting
 
   
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Been Around the Block



Orlando, FL

This is one of the best, most cleverly themed armies I have ever seen. Well done!

Jonathan 
   
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VA Beach

Amazingly executed! Great conversions, and I'm sure that will catch a few eyes at tourneys!


Let the galaxy burn.

 
   
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Stabbin' Skarboy






I must say hats off to you my friend. Simply BRILLIANT!

Oi!! Which Butt'n makes dis ting go!?!
 
   
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Decrepit Dakkanaut






Burtucky, Michigan

Holy friggin CRAP! Its funny, but at the same time, completely awesome. Very nice job man, very nice

 
   
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Member of the Malleus





Australia

AWSOME1337!?!FTW dr who wooh

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i am the right hand of my emperor,
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Decrepit Dakkanaut






Omadon's Realm

Freaking genius.

I salute you sir.



 
   
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Wolf Guard Bodyguard in Terminator Armor





Utah

awesome

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Powerful Chaos Lord




Halifax

That is awesome. Congratulations!
   
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Annapolis, MD, USA

Sweet so cool looking.

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Amazing. I honestly have never seen anything like it. I also vote for a tutorial for the Objective piggies please.

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Spokane, WAAAAAGH!

Already said, it is amazing. The very meaning of "Blood, sweat and tears" The night bringa and the monolith blow me away.

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Odenton, MD

That my friend is made of pure unadulterated WIN!


The only thing that sucks is now you have to play Necrons
   
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Regular Dakkanaut





Mesa Arizona

love this army a lot.....well done and way to stick with a theme perfectly...


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Jacksonville,NC

Brilliant.
   
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Stabbin' Skarboy





Melbourne

You, sir, are my new God.

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It's being run by people with short term vision and enough greed to extinguish a sun.

Perhaps they're the C'tan.
 
   
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Speedy Swiftclaw Biker






the fact that I registered just to compliment this, shows how awesome this army is!



skarboy wrote:People got tired of winning or having more than one useful choice per force org slot, so Necrons upticked in popularity.


 
   
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Keeper of the Space Fleet Flame






New Delhi, India

Fantastic!

And here is the Monolith (this is obviously the centrepiece of the army, and amongst everything else it has twelve hundred rivets)


Quick quiz to the readers:

Which is more impressive?

A - A model with 1200 rivets
B - A modeler who keeps count

Show your work.

 
   
Made in ca
Renegade Inquisitor with a Bound Daemon





Tied and gagged in the back of your car

As awesome as this is (and it is), the only problem is why would you go from orkz to necrons?
   
Made in fi
Twisted Trueborn with Blaster






One of the most awesommest Necron armies I have ever seen, maybe even the most!

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Lizardmen: 8/2/3
High Elves: 13/2/2 and one tournament victory!
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New Delhi, India

PS I laughed every time I saw a wind-up key.

 
   
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Well I kind of moved near Toronto, actually.

That is easily the coolest thing I have seen in a long, long time.

FOR REALS.

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Made in au
Fresh-Faced New User





thanks all. i'm glad its been so well received. i'm pretty happy with them.

the idea that spawned the army came from the fact that necrons are pretty bollocks at the moment. they've gone from this sleek shiny new army of precisely dispensed mechanical death, to a shambling outdated monstrosity. so this army is a conveyance of that idea. i asked myself "who would make (s)crap necrons?" and the answer was "orks would"
after making my necromunda Ork Goliath gang, i'd come to enjoy making orkish conversions, and so the idea was born.

its also part of my recently instated "Fun At All Costs" tournament philosophy. taking competitive armies makes for competitive gaming, which is often not much fun. taking a crazy army with clockwork pigs tends to lighten the mood somewhat.

as to the piggies (which are quite popular it seems) they're actually the least work of the entire army, they're a slightly modified model of an existing "mechanical pig" model sold by an australian miniature maker named Eureka. so the tutorial would be "buy a bunch of them, trim the keys down, greenstuff over the extra keyhole (the stock model comes with two keys, one on each side) and assemble"

(the scarabs, incase people are wondering come from Malifaux, and are unconverted. the reason they arent the least work in the army, is they are hella fiddly to assemble. the wraiths and spyders are nearly entirely scratchbuilt. and, apart from some of the glowing rods, the monolith is the only model with actual necron parts)
   
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Longtime Dakkanaut





New Zealand

Love this lots. My only picky criticism is the tomb spiders which don't seem tomb spidery enough(!) to match their necron function - I'd have expected some sort of mobile automated scarab factory?
   
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Fresh-Faced New User





the spyders fulfil their necrork function by being large lumbering monsterous creatures with melee attacks.
i never poop out scarabs (despite the joy in saying poop) because it risks wounds and attached scarabs are a massive liability in combat resolution. and the increased repair range rarely comes up, because the only things that can benefit from it are warriors, which are usually pretty near other squads anyway.
   
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Regular Dakkanaut




This is full of epic win.
   
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Dayton, Ohio

Dude, this is amazing, simply awesome conversions. Looks like your wounds are worth it! My favourite part is the windup monolith.

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Know who else are speed freeks? and  
   
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Blackclad Wayfarer





From England. Living in Shanghai

Excellent work. Original and completed to a high standard...Hats off to you sir.

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Santa Clara County

Slice Knee + free time = awesome army

I think I'll test this theory on a buddy . . .

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