Video ‘How to: Paint Ork Warboss Skin’

In this, the final Ork skin video, I’ll be showing a quick and easy method of painting up an Ork Warboss’s skin to look great for the tabletop. I’ve started with the skin of the smallest – Grots (not counting snotlings as they’re more for comedic value), and worked up to a Warboss, so if… More Video ‘How to: Paint Ork Warboss Skin’

Video ‘How to: Paint Ork Nob Flesh

In this week’s short video, I’ll be showing a quick and easy method of painting up an Ork Nob’s flesh for the tabletop. With most ork armies there’s going to be a fair few Nobs, either leading boyz mobz, or in their own tough squads, so this quick (and easily variable) method is great for… More Video ‘How to: Paint Ork Nob Flesh

Hobby Guilt 2018 – Part 6

Welcome to another exciting (?) instalment of Hobby Guilt, where the chaps at the Brush and Boltgun try and work through some of the unbuilt and unpainted miniatures that litter our hobby spaces like dead leaves litter the streets at this time of year. Rob: Over the past two weeks there’s been limited hobby time,… More Hobby Guilt 2018 – Part 6

Video ‘How to: Paint an Ork Meganob’

In this video, I’ll be showing how to paint a Death Skulls Meganob from start to finish. The techniques used are all easy to do, but combined together they’ll get your Meganobz looking great on the tabletop. If you wanted to, you could keep going on this model after I stop, adding stripes to wires,… More Video ‘How to: Paint an Ork Meganob’

Video ‘How to: Paint Ork Vehicle Engines and Exhausts’

In this video, I’ll be looking at a quick and easy method of painting the engines and exhausts for your ork vehicles. Each simple method can be used to varying degrees to achieve the look that you’re after, but it slightly grubby, or totally filthy and rusted. Details of paints and other relevant videos can… More Video ‘How to: Paint Ork Vehicle Engines and Exhausts’

Ork Vehicles: Damage, Chipping and Corrosion

In this video, I’ll be looking at a quick and easy method of painting damage, chipping and corrosion onto your ork vehicles. Each simple method can be used to varying degrees to achieve the level of damage that you want to your vehicles. Details of the paints used are listed below the video. How to… More Ork Vehicles: Damage, Chipping and Corrosion

Kustomizationz: The Ork Shield-Wall

When I started playing about with Orks again a few weeks ago, I couldn’t help but notice the number of bare plastic and undercoated boyz. I wanted to paint them up quickly, and was going to do just that, with a quick ‘how to:’ post and video. Instead, I became distracted. One of the greatest… More Kustomizationz: The Ork Shield-Wall

Gerriz Teef!: Ork Objective Marker Part 2

The second, and final part of the Ork objective marker. If you’ve not seen part one, you can find it here, if you have, then carry on with the post below. Armour chipping Armour chipping was added to the Ork’s armour plates and helmet using a really basic, but effective technique. Once you’ve painted the… More Gerriz Teef!: Ork Objective Marker Part 2

9 Shades of Green – How to: Paint Ork Skin

With Orktober finally here, it’s all gone green at my particular part of Brush and Boltgun. Nurgle is on a nearby shelf, Stormcast are waiting for their turn under the brush, and the greenskins have burst onto the desktop like a spiky green plague. Prior to the Kommando nob and Painboy that we’ve covered this… More 9 Shades of Green – How to: Paint Ork Skin

Gerriz Teef!: Ork Objective Marker Part 1

Having started back on the ork army I’d shelved years ago by painting up the Ork Kommando for Kill Team, I’ve carried on painting up greenskins with some gusto. While I’ve opened up and sorted through one box, I’ve not looked in the other yet, and I know there’s a mass of vehicles, characters and… More Gerriz Teef!: Ork Objective Marker Part 1