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Aeronautica Imperialis 2nd Ed Battle Report – Ep 01 – ‘The Straggler’

Having now acquired the full play-mat, rulebook and cards to complement our copy of Wings of Vengeance, Owen and I take to the skies once again to try out Aeronautica Imperialis 2nd Edition!

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DAKKA!!! DAKKA!!! DAKKA!!!

Now that's what I call advanced necromancy!That clanky thing below has been waiting for some paintjob more than 10 years, that's for sure. It's been staggering around and there were few times it's almost been dismantled because of it's precious, oldie parts and bits...It's old shit, and each and every piece of oldie crap I possess has some story to tell.As you can see there are some bits from Gorkamorka stuff. Story is back, back days I tried to start orky warband and even got some second hand models - all painted. In fact they were like drowning in paint... It was not a problem to wash metal models but there was also placcy trukk.Those days I had no idea breaks fluid does miracle on painted models and I was using really strong pipes cleaner instead... Usually it was ok but this time I prepared WAY too strong mixture and the plastic mostly melted...No more Gorkamorka for poor Demi =(But some time later I gathered the remains, added some more vehicle parts and attached it onto cardboard box I've made

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Tutorial: How to paint 2nd Edition style Ork Stormboyz by Rich

Hi all, Rich back again and this time with something a bit different, I’m back to my 2nd edition routes here with an iconic Ork Stormboy. This time however I thought I’d give you into an insight into how I paint my 2nd edition minis with a step by step tutorial. I won’t go into detail for each step because I am using basic techniques, washes, layers and edge highlights. Also, don’t worry too much if you don’t have these exact colours, similar colours from your favourite brand will work just fine. Just remember to keep your paints thin and your brush pointy!More after the jump

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Rogue Trader Ork Dreadnought - Orktober 2019

OK so this is orctober right ? And what do we do on orctober ? Celebrate my birthday and prepare for halloween right but more importantly ? ORCTOBER YEAH.Like every year, I do like to paint something for the occasion and this year I had 2contenders. Lopedog decided for me though by sending me a gretchin pilot for my dreasdnought though, what an asshole right ? urgh...Anyway, I knew I didn't want that to spoil me the fun of painting something big and noisy hence very orky : a dreadnought.Read Moar Skullz »

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Orktober 2019 – Mech-Ork Castellan Knight

Hello! Today’s entry is definitely devoted to a huge machine – looted and converted Ork Castellan Knight! The idea for the conversion was born during the creation of a mechanical army of orcs, which from the beginning of October you can watch on our blog and all social media (Instagram, FB, Reddit). The built up forces needed a solid center that would attract the eye of the players and the fire of their units. The choice was made – Castellan Knight – one of the largest walking machines available in the army of the Empire. The main donor of the parts was the Deff Dread model – head, mech arms. An additional, important point is an extended base, on which we threw as much scrap as we could I hope that you like the concept and workmanship. I invite you to see the photo gallery below Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com

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Orktober 2019 – Ork-Mech Lootas

Hello! More waves of yellow and blue Waagh are advancing. In this Orktober-post I would like to present you a large unit of Ork Lootas, which was prepared by our fantastic team. The models are a mix of parts from different manufacturers – Wargame Exclusive, Maxmini, Kromlech. The bases are made of spare bits from GW sets, which gathered over the years in our studio. Squads like these require a lot of time to prepare and paint, but the final result is worth it I invite you to see the full gallery below. See you in the next post! Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com

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Orktober 2019 – Ork-Mech Commandos

Hello! Today as part of the orc month I would like to show you a large unit of Orc Commandos made by our studio. As you’ve probably noticed, all models are handmade from Wargame Exclusive, Kromlech and various Games Workshop kits. There’s a lot of work to be done with it, but the effect is definitely worth the time! The barrels and boxes come from the Armoured Munitorum Containers set. Bases made by hand from bits, which we just had in our bitsbox. Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com  

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Orktober 2019 – Warboss Ambot Conversion

Hello! Orktober 2019 – today on the blog a quick shot and two converted models of Luther Pattern Ambot. Some orc junk and new heads have been added to the models. Minis are complemented by junkyard bases, which will remain with us until the end of this project. The models will serve as Warbosses in heavy armour. I hope you enjoyed the conversions. I invite you to see the full gallery below. Waagh! Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com

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Orktober 2019 – FW Warboss on Bike

Hello! It’s time for another Orktober 2019 entry. Today it’s a Warboss model on a bike produced by one of GW’s divisions – Forgeworld. The miniature itself is interesting, dynamic and well designed. However, the quality of the parts is terrible. The set that came to our workshop straight from the UK was a nightmare – giant flashes, holes, bubbles…. A real horror! It is absolutely unacceptable for such an expensive kit to have such a low casting quality. A lot of dirt and rust was applied to the model to reflect the atmosphere of the junkyard and ork mech-horde. Waagh! Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com  

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Orktober 2019 – Mech-Painboyz

Hey! As promised – time to start Orktober 2019! Painboyz are the first (ok, warboss from yesterday was first ) miniatures we want to show you this month. They are quite hard to convert so we decided to swap heads and make custom bases. We also used some blood effect from Vallejo – subtle but really good! See you tomorrow! Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com

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