Sunday, 5 September 2021

Ork Gargant. Da lowa parts

 Back to our regular programming, I've made some progress on the Gargant!

Nothing too spectacular, but some important pieces nevertheless. I've completed the lower parts of this monster, i.e., the belly gun and the rear tray.

The belly gun is split into two pieces, for storage purposes. One piece, the ordnance part itself, will be attached to the underbody:

Looks delicate

The best part of dividing it into these two pieces is that you can paint the 'face' on the projectile that will be inside the gun barrel

Don't do drugz, boyz

The other part is the conglomerate of gun barrels. I wasn't sure of what colours to use. At first I thought of metal or black, but on a second thought I considered it wouldn't stand out at that scale, so in the end I opted for this white/bone/whatever:

Boom. Big ba-da-boom

So when we put the two pieces together...

No ear plugs are enough for that
A front view:
Can't see the face?

Boo

 
You can see it better here

 The rear tray was pretty simple to paint, I did quite a straightforward job which I hope is enough for its purpose. I didn't want too many colours, would have been distracting, so bare metal it was.

Less iz moar. Unless itz less. Uhm. Ehm...

I may still paint some glyphs or something here

This is it for now, let's see how it looks when assembled:

Father, give me arms

Enjoy'n da viewz from da balcony

What do I have left? The arms, the back banner and the storage box. Hmm, this project finally looks feasible (Not easy! Feasible!)

Moar stuff comin' zoon!

30 comments:

  1. Pues te está quedando muy bien, Gorko o Morko estarán satisfechos.

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    1. ¡Gracias! Lo malo es que se pelearán a ver quién está más satisfecho y vas a ver cómo se lía...

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  2. Great additions to this project Suber, your attention to detail on every element is excellent.

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    1. Thanks! These pieces were relatively simple to do, but every progress counts!

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    1. Thanks! I'm finally believing this project can be achieved!

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    1. "She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid" :D

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    1. ¡Jajaja, gracias! Nada, el mérito de todo es de Rinahe, yo humildemente me limito a pintar donde él me da todo el trabajo hecho...

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  6. Lol that gutbuster is excellent love the attention to detail you have put into this piece!

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    1. Thank you! Once you start painting flames and stuff it's really hard to know when to stop!

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  7. This is great! I love the attention to detail, especially the face on the bullet. It's going to look amazing.

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    1. Thank you! The face makes me smile, just knowing it's there :D

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  8. Oh man ... it looks fantastic so far! Go Suber Go!

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    1. Thanks! It's a silly, enjoyable project :D :D

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  9. Menuda locura, cuando creía que era imposible que esa monstruosidad tuviera más detalles, resulta que aún estaba cargado de sorpresas.

    Desde luego el creador de esta maravilla es un fuera de serie, pero tampoco podemos obviar el gran trabajo que te estás marcando tú.

    Bravo 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

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    1. No, no, insisto, el mérito es de Rinahe por diseñar esta maravilla, yo sólo coloreo donde él me dice :D

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  10. Great update! Love the face. Paintjob is looking great. Keep up the momentum!

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    1. Thanks! The whole monster is enjoyable, the tiny details I find everywhere are absolutely great :D

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  11. "Yo solo coloreo", dice el tío... Cada día me gusta más el trabajazo que estás haciendo. Y cada vez me da la sensación de que la has sacado de una revista Heavy'Metal de GW... Enhorabuena!!! Waaagh!!!

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    1. ¡Jaja, pero es verdad! Hombre, creo que al final está saliendo una cosa maja, yo lo estoy disfrutando muchísimo :D

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  12. Most impressive job, and colors!

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    1. Thank you! I'm trying to keep a proper Old School vibe, I hope I'm getting close!

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  13. You're really able to judge when to go for plain, neutral, functional colours, and when to slap on the gaudy brightly-cloured flame patterning. This is looking so good!

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    1. Thanks! Well, I'm trying to replicate an Epic Gargant, just on another scale! But the approach is pretty much the same. I guess I'll be needing a proper scale Gargant so I paint it the same way to play Epic!

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  14. Splendid looking gargant! It looks awesome!
    Best Iain

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    1. Thanks! It's rewarding to see such a monster coming into life step by step!

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  15. This is so incredibly insane, I have no words. Even the projectiles are orky! Oh, my Orkness... WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGH!!!

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    1. Da Orkz iz da best! :D
      The amount of details my pal put into this is out of scale. When it comes to paint, I keep on finding details and details everywhere!

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