As I'm changing from project to project, I'm not focusing on anyone in particular. The polite way to say that is that I like showing you different things of ecclectic interests (monocle on) :D.
Today I'm bringing you some 2nd Ed. WH40K Orks again. Well, not exactly Orks, but close enough :P
An Ork army is not complete unless it has miriads of their little slavish minions, the Gretchins:
|Strictly eye-harming colour pattern, as it is supposed to be|
No one uses them nowadays in their games, and that's a shame. They are a colourful choice for every Ork Warboss worth of that name, able to act in such different performances as shield against enemy shoots ot a cleansing tool for mine fields (you know, that's the kind of black humour Warhammer used to have back in the old times, before it tried to take itself too seriously).
But in addition to these tiny soldierz, I also bring you just the opposite concept, the mighty Ork Dreadnought:
|90's scheme in all its glory|
I can recall a time when things like this were almost the biggest monster you could set on a table (apart from a Land Raider or so), when you didn't need to spend obscene amounts of money on ridiculously enormous plastic sets to have fun. Oh, well, I'm mumbling again...
Let's see him beside his "older brother", the previous model of Ork Dreadnought:
|Now you're singing Michael Jackson's 'Black or white', I know...|
|[Music] 'But if you're tkinkin' about my baby/ it don't matter if it's black or white...' Oh, come on! Now you are singing it!|
These have been today's reenforcements, I hope you are enjoying my own old times revival!