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Nice, I like those! I love the Stompa on the top right of the way above picture, +rep (not that you need it much).
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i liked your idea with the scorchas so much i decided to make my own deff copta buggies, and i would have to say, they look awsome.

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I got a shock, seeing the "Greenstealers" of Curis, on NinjaBread blog.
http://www.ninjabread.co.uk/labels/Greenstealerz.html
They're fantastic ! I love these modifications.

So I changed the heads of my Zybrids Runtherdz.

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Three other Zybrids Runtherdz with their new head.



And Bolokh the Beast, Zybrid Boss on his Squigonid creature, finally painted.



More pictures on my gallery :
http://zeliste40k.fr/index.php?q=im&...x=11831&from=1
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A tutorial about my painting methods (in FR):
http://zeliste40k.fr/index.php?q=article&idx=48&full
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I haven't checked this one out in a while. Glad I did, though..., there are some fantastic updates that have been added. Excellent work!
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I am simply blown away, spectacular painting and models mate. How do you go about the modelling process for things like the buggies/kopter, do you sketch them up first?, is it mostly spares from other models? How much Green stuff do you use (if any)? and great tutorial for the orks, but how do you paint that blue on the tyranid parts?
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How do you go about the modelling process for things like the buggies/kopter, do you sketch them up first?
Oh no, no sketch, only instinkt, like Orks think.

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is it mostly spares from other models?
I used bitz and pieces of other models, that friends gave to me.

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How much Green stuff do you use (if any)?
No stuff, I'm a very-very-very bad sculptor.

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and great tutorial for the orks, but how do you paint that blue on the tyranid parts?
Thank you ! For the tyranid part, well, I have some magic glazes.
On black undercoat, a brush of Fenris grey, a brush of Space wolf grey and a brush of skull white. When dry, an application of old Citadel Blue Glaze for chitin, and purple glaze for tyranid skin. And a brown juice finally.
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