Better shot of the armature.
This piece was a combination of the old Epicast Spleen Ripper body, GW chassis and partial gun barrel, and two FW side sponson machine gunners.
This is the FW Ork Kil Krusha and a complex little monkey it is too. What you see is not all you get. The back is open for some beautiful interior detail. Painting it was a chore but very satisfying, as it had to be painted in separate sections (not easy to do). It was, however, immensely satisfying to see it all fall into place. It isn't truly awe-inspiring until it is all together. And the pieces fit together with the least amount of fuss and juggling, surprising considering how complex it was. Part of CBW's Collection.
Back view, with the master gunner pondering his fate inspired by his pet squig, while a powder monkey ejects a casing. This pic does not do the interior justice.
A small squadron of FW Grot Tanks. Interchangeable grots, track mountings, turrets and weapons systems allow for a huge amount of variation in the vehicles.
The FW Ork Mek Boss and retinue. Little to say, other than a nice piece with reasonably sturdy appendages, considering its material (resin).
I like this piece. Also in CBW's collection, it is one nasty hunk of machinery, constructed from the GW kit without any additions or kit-bashing. Doesn't need it.
Another Killa Kan straight from the box, a suitably scarred vehicle.
Hope you like. Stay tuned.