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So this blog has progressed a wee bit and figured I would throw in some finished photos at the begining here, so here goes!

da land lubba!



forgeworld squig boss (needs clean up on teef and basing)



squigs!



BFSP boss



WIP nob biker/warboss landship



dakkajet



nob




EDIT: Got this moved to P&M blog section will be updating with completed photos of dakkajet, and the one stock manz/5 boys I have painted up of my clan thus far, along with future progress! Feedback is highly valued!!!



Ok so as title (no longer) says, giving my go at building some manz. I plan on 8 more after this fellow. I don't know that I will give them all shields but, I really like the idea that I saw on youtube ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_iMhE5jSjE )... Putting TL shootas on front of "storm shields". but his nobs are weedy in comparison to... http://orksforge.blogspot.com/ <---- those mega nobz









So I wanted to find a happy medium. I didn't want them to be ghazgul-esque and get shot by nearly everything everywhere so... and what I have come up with is just about same size as GW meganob, mine may be a hair taller.

Still need hydraulics, cabling, backpack, more rivets, more work on handle of shield etc. Any criticism/comments? Tips? Balls of flaming you'd like to toss?

Thanks!

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I think it's a great start. the boots in particular look really good. Can't wait to see some updates as this comes along!
   
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thanks! Will post updates tonight hopefully!

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skyfi wrote:
Still need hydraulics, cabling, backpack, more rivets, more work on handle of shield etc. Any criticism/comments? Tips? Balls of flaming you'd like to toss?
I'll reserve judgment until after you add the gubbins. Right now, it'd make a decent Nob in 'eavy armor, but lacks sufficient bulk and "mekanical whutsits" for mega armor. If you do a decent job of bulking it out and teching it up (which isn't unlikely, considering the initial armoring), I think you'll be in good shape.

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 oadie wrote:
skyfi wrote:
Still need hydraulics, cabling, backpack, more rivets, more work on handle of shield etc. Any criticism/comments? Tips? Balls of flaming you'd like to toss?
I'll reserve judgment until after you add the gubbins. Right now, it'd make a decent Nob in 'eavy armor, but lacks sufficient bulk and "mekanical whutsits" for mega armor. If you do a decent job of bulking it out and teching it up (which isn't unlikely, considering the initial armoring), I think you'll be in good shape.



I don't think it needs much more bulking out aside from maybe arm plates, and the backpack? It's already larger than the standard mega nobs, and as much as i want to make them as big as possible, I feel like I'd be shooting myself in the foot having them nearly an inch taller? (I'm reminded of the tactical prowess regarding which avatar model one uses)..

I feel like the armor is TOO heavy for 4+ "eavy" armor... and if there are eavy armor nobz that come looking as bulky as mine point me to them please!

I feel like his gun is weedy. Gonna change it up some tonight I think when working on handle on shield...


Also speaking on the "mekanical whutsits" does a nob REALLY need hydraulics to lift a power klaw and a single arm plate? Why is it that heavy armor nobs in boy squads tote their PK around like a loaf of bread but mega nobz can't? I can understand lifting assistance for the TL shoota arm because of all the armor plating associated with it... anyways just somethin that bugs me!


I really need to raid an old broken watch or wind up car or something, for gears etc. Hopefully have time to get plasti-rod today for pistons and have time to work on them!

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The stuff looks good.

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 Brometheus wrote:
Be careful with your fingers man.

The stuff looks good.


stuck the pin vice in and out in one fatal swoop wallowing out a hole when pinning the buggers powerklaw on.


Wondered if anyone would see it!

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I am inclined to agree that it is somewhat lacking in regards to looking the role.

As your shootas lack any source of ammo, I might reccomend making an ammo-feed that extends from the bottom that connects to a backpack. The backpack would also help bulk out the model to better fill the silhouette.

I would also say to armor-up the right forearm some. Right now the klaw looks super tacked-on, and bulking that area could help to hide it.

   
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 Ekoi wrote:
I am inclined to agree that it is somewhat lacking in regards to looking the role.

As your shootas lack any source of ammo, I might reccomend making an ammo-feed that extends from the bottom that connects to a backpack. The backpack would also help bulk out the model to better fill the silhouette.

I would also say to armor-up the right forearm some. Right now the klaw looks super tacked-on, and bulking that area could help to hide it.



Yeah I didn't have any energy to continue last night, was up till 3 am cuz of gals espresso I sipped and had work at 7 am! I originally used 2 sluggas to make the gun, and didn't look right. cut backs off and left barells etc. figured would patch in a "breach" or what have you and the other bits ontop of the left handle on the back side of the shield... but I do like your idea of having the ammo fed from the backpack.

I hadn't started a backpack/power source etc yet either. Need more tech lookin' bits. Hell I don't even have rod to make pistons. Gotta get that to finish too!

I feel the right arm needs more... i was going to add a plate over the bicep, but maybe that won't be enough. I didn't realize the klaw looked out of place/wonky.. I knew i needed to add some greenstuff straps for it, but that was my only plan relative to it.

The silhouette is something bothering me, when looking at the back. really do need a backpack/exhaust on the fella.


Maybe others won't find it quite as humorous, but I had considered a hamster wheel on the back of one? (with a grot/squig running inside)

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I agree with the others. It lacks bulk and looks like heavy armor. Otherwise I think it looks good

Compare a terminator to a normal marine.

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WvLopp wrote:
I agree with the others. It lacks bulk and looks like heavy armor. Otherwise I think it looks good

Compare a terminator to a normal marine.


I haven't ever found heavy armor lookin' this heavy! Granted this thing isn't as big as what seems to be the average MANZ scratchbuild, but... I have 9 GW metal manz that I don't want to look puny next to these guys... That along with LOS disadvantages is why I am trying to make sure to not go "too big"... If that gives any insight as to why I'm trying to refrain from getting overboard.


I'll post some side by side pics with a GW mega nob and an AOBR nob with this guy. I think that with mechanical what-nots and the backpack he will be bulky enough in the torso. His arms do need plates I think though. I think as others have said, the claw arm is bare/could use more to make it look unified.


I don't really know though, which is why I'm throwing myself to the pack of critical wolves that is dakka!


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When I talk about bulk, I'm not simply talking about the size. It's more about the proportions, really. Looking at the stock models, MANZ have much squatter and bulkier proportions - so much so that there are barely any voids within the model's profile, from any given angle. "Bulking out" (perhaps "bulking in" would have been more appropriate...) with hydraulics and cables would, at least as I envision it, change the visual density (for lack of a better term) more than the outer dimensions.

Really, I think the lack of tech, at the moment, is what's causing people to draw all the 'eavy armor comparisons, more than the degree of 'eaviness of the armor. MANZ are described (and modeled, officially) as wearing powerful (and clunky) armored exoskeletons, not strapping plates to themselves. I don't have any examples to post, sadly, but considering how far many people go with their 'Ard Boys, I wouldn't consider this over the top for 'eavy armor, regardless of the numerical save it conferred.

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 oadie wrote:
When I talk about bulk, I'm not simply talking about the size. It's more about the proportions, really. Looking at the stock models, MANZ have much squatter and bulkier proportions - so much so that there are barely any voids within the model's profile, from any given angle. "Bulking out" (perhaps "bulking in" would have been more appropriate...) with hydraulics and cables would, at least as I envision it, change the visual density (for lack of a better term) more than the outer dimensions.

Really, I think the lack of tech, at the moment, is what's causing people to draw all the 'eavy armor comparisons, more than the degree of 'eaviness of the armor. MANZ are described (and modeled, officially) as wearing powerful (and clunky) armored exoskeletons, not strapping plates to themselves. I don't have any examples to post, sadly, but considering how far many people go with their 'Ard Boys, I wouldn't consider this over the top for 'eavy armor, regardless of the numerical save it conferred.


Oadie hit it on the nail on the head. This is what I was unsuccessfully trying to get across.
   
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 oadie wrote:
When I talk about bulk, I'm not simply talking about the size. It's more about the proportions, really. Looking at the stock models, MANZ have much squatter and bulkier proportions - so much so that there are barely any voids within the model's profile, from any given angle. "Bulking out" (perhaps "bulking in" would have been more appropriate...) with hydraulics and cables would, at least as I envision it, change the visual density (for lack of a better term) more than the outer dimensions.

Really, I think the lack of tech, at the moment, is what's causing people to draw all the 'eavy armor comparisons, more than the degree of 'eaviness of the armor. MANZ are described (and modeled, officially) as wearing powerful (and clunky) armored exoskeletons, not strapping plates to themselves. I don't have any examples to post, sadly, but considering how far many people go with their 'Ard Boys, I wouldn't consider this over the top for 'eavy armor, regardless of the numerical save it conferred.


Yeah it was never meant to look as if he merely strapped plates to himself. Only one store locally sells the rod I need and is only open when I am working so I have to make super quick lunch runs when possible so still haven't got thicker rod for piston. I think the rod i used for rivets will work for the smaller piece of piston. Still need to raid a toy car for gears for backpack.. and I know one of my buds has to be restringing a guitar soon.

On the bulkiness, I did some looking late last night and the stock manz actually have a plate on top of shoulders that is about 1/16- 1/8 inch taller (believe cables and stuff feed into it on backside). So I do need to add a little height which I didn't think it needed. I really do think that once I add the joints at knees, ankles, hips, elbows etc along with pistons that it will help quite a bit with the look.


I did chop the gun off. looked like


needs more DAKKA.. will have to work on it!


Anybody seen anything done like the aforementioned squig/grot wheel? I figured possibly skaven? Looking for something to draw inspiration from

appreciate all the input, nothing got done on it last night and by time I got a chance to look at it my room was so dark that my shoddy cell phone camera did little good

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got a little time to work on it this evening. still needs quite a bit but figured I'd throw the progress up










thanks again for all the input everybody. any more ideas before I start workin on it again?




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I really like it! The gun is a bit much for a standard Manz but it's still cool. I would do some myself if it did not require so much work.

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Now that's a Meganob! The extra plates and gubbins fleshed out his profile to proportions more along the lines of what one expects from a mega armored model. The work on the PK arm is great - gives him a lot of visual weight in a previously open part of the sculpt and fully incorporates the klaw into the suit, as I feel it should be. The techno/worky bits, while sparse, are conspicuous enough to give the suit a mechanically powered (or, at least, supplemented) feel. The gun, while perhaps a bit over the top when compared to a stock MANZ model, looks totally badass and scales well enough with the model, as you've built him.

With the slightly larger size and suitably impressive arm(or)ing of the model, he could be run as a mega armored warboss without issue. If you're building a whole squad of these, it's going to be intimidating on the table (or shelf, for that matter), for sure. You may have to build a Ghazzy-scale boss to go with these, just to keep proportions.

Anyway, thanks for the heads up on the build progress and job well done!

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sickening wrote:I really like it! The gun is a bit much for a standard Manz but it's still cool. I would do some myself if it did not require so much work.


I think the first one is bumpy but once you have it down I bet someone could mash out a squad in a couple of nights if not 3? (having materials on hand helps aloooot.. so many trips to store... i still need to order hex rod for rivets instead of this round

oadie wrote:Now that's a Meganob! The extra plates and gubbins fleshed out his profile to proportions more along the lines of what one expects from a mega armored model. The work on the PK arm is great - gives him a lot of visual weight in a previously open part of the sculpt and fully incorporates the klaw into the suit, as I feel it should be. The techno/worky bits, while sparse, are conspicuous enough to give the suit a mechanically powered (or, at least, supplemented) feel. The gun, while perhaps a bit over the top when compared to a stock MANZ model, looks totally badass and scales well enough with the model, as you've built him.

With the slightly larger size and suitably impressive arm(or)ing of the model, he could be run as a mega armored warboss without issue. If you're building a whole squad of these, it's going to be intimidating on the table (or shelf, for that matter), for sure. You may have to build a Ghazzy-scale boss to go with these, just to keep proportions.

Anyway, thanks for the heads up on the build progress and job well done!


I feel like the void there is finally filled (near his powerklaw), it didn't seem as off looking until someone else pointed it out. Thanks again! You've provided quite alot of feedback and it's appreciated! My technobits stock is low. Going to raid the old broken computers in the trailer at work today I think, as well as anything else I can manage to find with techno bit-gear-whuzz nots. (and will hopefully get some gears under/on his backpack after that. The stock manz gun is just not an appropriate amount of dakka. it's aight but... I'm gonna have to put some mini guns on a few more I think... hell.. my converted lootas are getting miniguns now... and my big shoota toting nobs.. haha styyyyyyyyylin' ? or something. I really want the squad to be goofy looking yet intimidating so I thought the oversized gun was appropriate. I think I will have one lad in the squad with a stormboy grot un-willingly strapped to him in attempt to gain flight, and the aforementioned grot/squig wheel powered suit if I can figure it out. Maybe too comical, but eh. dey orks.

When I can get some decent lighting i'll take a better pic. Hopefully get some WIP shots up of the next lads if I can start them over the long weekend. Hopefully will be building 4-5 side by side, maybe more if I can scrounge up some more bodies!

Now I have a finecast ghazgul model that I was going to just paint up (he's primered black as is..) but now you've got me thinking... maybe he could use mo-mega-armor... Unsure still.. we shall see! I think I will try and get this moved to P&M blogs and consolidate my painting stock manz/jet/other projects etc into this one thread.




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Very good job

   
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 Luciusletroll wrote:
Very good job



Thank you! Really do love your work! Once I get the core painted of my forces going back to building MANZ for apoc games/deffwing lists!





Updated photo of AOBR mega nob with some lame hat that needs fixing, a nob with PK / big shoota + lame hat (I got my spellcrow heads/hats in day after i made these.. :blush ).. I was rushing to get this guy started/finished by 10-18 for Nerdfest's golden bathtub squad leader competition.. haha =]




without further bs!

family of fella's with hats currently



Nob with PK and Big shoota (my competition entry)









I still have a stretch to go, painting cables, more highlights, and washing, checkers, flames? skull and cross bones? considering making a flame burst at end of barrel of gun and giving him a warm glow from the OSL?


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Lookin' good! I like the shoota

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 sir william the bold wrote:
Lookin' good! I like the shoota



Thank you very much! Do you think it is distinguishable as a "big shoota"?

I figure it's plenty bigger than a normal shoota!


Also, I want to give it a muzzle flash... was looking at some from armorcast I believe in their cinematics section... Unsure about which one would be appropriately sized etc


Also very nervous about doing the OSL from muzzle flash as well

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Haha, does it look like a Big Shoota?!

Nah, its way too small

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 sir william the bold wrote:
Haha, does it look like a Big Shoota?!

Nah, its way too small




my thoughts exactly!



I finished this git up last night (aside from the muzzle flash/OSL if I can figure it out!) and gave him a coat of matte varnish


Couple of thoughts....

Painting a flame job on a power klaw requires a newer brush for me... Using my slightly bent tipped one I don't mind using for larger jobs, really proved difficult.

I think I saw a tutorial on dakka by gitsplitta on how to highlight checkers with grey/white respectively to make them pop more, tried this and LOVE it ... Note I only highlighted black squares with grey

I feel like my hat is bare and am considering constructing a skull/gob/cross bones "pin" to poke through front flap of his hat?



Still need to figure out the muzzle flash bidnezzzzz


I swapped a PK biker nob head for a spellcrow freebooter head w/ pipe, I like it. Gotta give him some more pirate gubbins tho. Started looking at the metal meganobz I have and realized that only a few of the freebooter spellcrow heads fit inside the gob very well.. So after I build them greenstuff necks to attach to body, I may have to go ahead and build custom gobz for each nob (which I think will bring some cool differentation to the squad..




Also plan on drilling out dakkajet this weekend, and highlighting its checkers similarly! That is if I can find time between gal time, social functions, and a 2k tourney sunday!

Possibly work on painting the biker boss (who will have warm OSL glow from bike exhaust so really need to figure that crap out..) and maybe some gretchin!


Will try to get updated pix of jet this weekend after fixing it up. Same with the Big shoota/freebooter nob



Thanks for all the C & C and have a good weekend errybody!








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awesome meganobs. how did you make the little bolts for the armour?

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 theheartcollectors wrote:
awesome meganobs. how did you make the little bolts for the armour?


Thanks! I cut little wafers/discs out of styrene rod. About the size of the hydraulic rod, a little larger. You can even order hexagon rod which would even look more like the head of a bolt

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Cool thanks. I'm definitely going to have to make some meganodz now. Also love the battle damage.

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 theheartcollectors wrote:
Cool thanks. I'm definitely going to have to make some meganodz now. Also love the battle damage.



cool! post a pic or link here when ya build it so I'm sure to see it!





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I will do. Could be a couple of weeks before I do though. Very busy this month and I have a trukk, a battlewagon and 20 boyz to paint first. Lol.

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I know how you feel. I have 4 partially built ones on my bookshelf. Concentrating on painting my stock MANZ, and rest of my 2k army before building new ones


more WIP shots of my nob w/ big shoota/PK for nerdfest's squad leader competition

I still need to add a skull and crossbones on the hat, might soot the barrel tips a bit, and add some more rust to pistol/ipalm of PK? Not sure if I have enough rust on it/have it looking quite right yet. It's hard to see the flame jerb on the PK but if ya zoom in ya can

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http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/472615.page#4701031 LAND HOOOOOOO! my freeboota blog (can look me up on the-waaagh and da warpath same username)... Currently in the the midst of adventure into night goblin squig cult



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