Friday, February 20, 2015

The 19th Legion's AArdvark085 - And We're Back - Future Plans, State of my Hobby Progress!






Hey guys! The 19th Legion is back! I will start releasing videos every two weeks covering everything 40k plus other games systems! In this video we discuss the state of the Hobby with 7th ed, future model projects and where I am going with the channel. So check it out! Subscribe, Like and Comment! Also check out my Facebook page and the South MS Gamers!




Monday, February 16, 2015

DA HINKEL'S HUT: Episode 3 - Making a Kromlech Orc War Chief - A SMG Wargaming Series - Warhammer 40k


In this episode I magnetized and painted the new Kromlech Orc War Chief. 


This will be used as my Ork Mega Armored Warboss. 

It looks amazing and Kromlech does a great job making their models.

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Da Hinkel's Hut - an SMG article: Ork Deffkopta to Warbuggy Conversion


Here is an idea that I found about how to make Warbuggies out of my Deffkoptas.

I got this idea from Bad Monkey Gaming

http://www.baddonkeygaming.com/2011/01/deffkopta-to-buggy.html

Lego Parts Required:
  • Plate, Modified 1 x 2 with Handle on Side - Type 1 (free ends) (Part #: 2540) x1 
  • Plate, Modified 2 x 2 with Wheels Holder (Part #: 4600) x2 
  • Tile, Modified 1 x 2 Grille without Bottom Groove / Lip (Part#: 2412a) x1  
  • Wheel 11.5mm D. x 12mm, hole notched for wheels holder pin, with Black Tire Offset Tread Small Wide (6014b / 6015) (Part #: 6014bc01) x4  
Lego Parts Optional (helpful for keeping tires square and in alignment):
  • Plate 2 x 12 (Part #: 2445) x1 
  • Brick 2 x 2 (Part #: 3003) x2 
Please post if you have any questions but the pictures and description should help.

Once you cut the deffkoptas up, use the alignment legos.
  • Plate 2 x 12 (Part #: 2445) x1 
  • Brick 2 x 2 (Part #: 3003) x2 
Use a little green stuff  and super glue to help align the legos on the bottom to set the: 
  • Plate, Modified 2 x 2 with Wheels Holder (Part #: 4600) x2 
Let the green stuff set for 24 hours.

Then I used the paint that I normal use for my Ork army, Army Painter plate metal, and paint over the entire model.

Then paint the ork flesh areas white first and then Army Painter daemonic yellow.

Add colors were you want.

Last, but not least, make sure you put the wheels on to make them easier to paint.

I hope you enjoy this, I have got several complements about this at tournaments.

Have fun and keep the WAAAGH!!!!!!!!!!!! growing.

Da Hinkel