Here are some flak gunz for my Bad Moonz. I wanted to include some AA fire but I didn’t particularly like the idea of including vehicles in an all infantry formation. Fortunately Forge World sells these mounted Flak Gunz for their Aeronautica Imperialis range which fulfill the role perfectly. In a game I will simply count them as Flak Wagonz.

Next I might take a break from painting all this yellow and work on a different clan.

Have a great weekend,

Andy.

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Comments
  1. Manic says:

    Hello, if you want to build Big banners, stick peaces of paper sheet on two sides.
    Bye Nico.

  2. Andrew King says:

    Thanks for the tip.

  3. Patrick Lee says:

    Really liking your Orks. It would be cool if you described how you wen about painting them, washes used etc. in order to achieve the finished product. Both the yellow and the ork skin look great.

    • Andrew King says:

      Hi Patrick,

      Most of the techniques used for painting he orks are described on the blog but in different places. The yellow is described in the ‘Tutorials’ section of the blog. For the infantry models I omit the Dark Flesh wash due to their small size. Also, I think it works best on armour as it adds a rusty, worn look to the paint. The vehicles/flak guns also received a glaze made from the old Citadel Yellow Ink thinned with water (Lamenter’s Yellow might be a good substitute for this). Because of their large size they benefit from a little more attention.

      The ork skin is decsribed here:

      https://miniaturemiscellany.wordpress.com/2012/04/14/ork-test-models/

      The blue is simply Regal Blue highlighted with Ultramarine’s Blue followed by Ice Blue.

      I hope this helps. If you have any further questions please ask.

      All the best,
      Andy.

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