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post #191 of 193 (permalink) Old 05-28-16, 07:16 PM Thread Starter
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Hello everyone, it's been a while. A long while. Sorry, but I just don't have the kind of time to work on my projects as I used to.

That being said though, I do try to make time wherever I can. And even though it took much longer than anticipated, my ork blimp is finally finished! It was a rather large project. Maybe not quite the scale of the Stompalith, but still a pretty massive undertaking. I'm pretty happy with it though. Like just about all of my ork kreations, I was literally making things up as I went along. Pieces seemed to fit together here and there, so that's how it was done until the end product was achieved. I hope you like it!

There it is. It didn't fit on the chair I usually use to take pictures on, so I had to move it to the floor!

Some mesh to hold the balloon in place. It isn't attached, I don't think I'd be able to take it anywhere if it were!

A bit of patchwork on the other side. Floral print, very trendy.

The back.

Large Deffwingz iconography painted on to the front in red. And a poor, captive Tau drone. My camera's flash makes this look a lot shinier than it is.

The pilot.

The crew. If you bend the walls just right, you can take the roof off and see inside! I went all out here.

And a bit of a closeup on the body. Note the crashed Chimera on the base! I don't know where that came from. I must have used the front (and only the front) of a Chimera for something at some point. The things I find on my workbench.

And with that, my last ork project is completed. I have no others thought up at the moment. That's not to say there won't ever be any more, but... for now it feels good to be done. I guess this is an ork Bomma if I were to put rules to it, but it doesn't look like it should be able to move that quickly. Whatever, it's orks!

Looking back at my old posts here... The first one is from 2009! It's come a long way. From Rhinos and lootas to this.

Comments and critiques are always appreciated! Let me know what you think!
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post #192 of 193 (permalink) Old 05-29-16, 04:08 AM
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I love it!
Ork players some of the most creative minds around for modelling.

Life is all anatomy lessons and paint brushes
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I've always had a soft spot for Airships, and l like the idea of Orks fashioning one from a SM flyer. And the mesh netting on the top is a great touch.

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The Old World just became a fart in the bath.....
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