Sunday 31 May 2015

Breazy War Gitz

Hey everyone,

Going forward where we last left off. I decided to introduce you to my favourite projects and the things I want to put my focus on and because I have quite some stuff done of most of my force I want to set it up in the appropriate way.

This is my green tide! Ever since I know about Warhammer I have had Orks or Orcs. Several years ago (think about 6) I used to play them in Warhammer fantasy and they really sucked back then. But I kept at it and actually started winning battles. They are just a wonderful chaotic bunch of loudmouths. Somewhere last year I decided to bite the bullet and pick them up again and turn them in a wonderful army. It was inevitable to be honoust.

I named my tribe the Breazy War Gitz for obvious reasons. With a name like Breazy they also had to be part of the Evil Sunz (for those who don't know those are speed freakzzz. and Orks generally have smaller tribes when belonging to a bigger tribe and those can all come together and fight for one warboss) I do have to say I have been neglecting the finsihing of bases a little because there are so many orks to do. I will get on that soon so that next update they will look all done.

Right now I think I should show you some models.

To start with my warboss named Krash Skullmuncha and his squig Sam.

Some of his trusted Nobz:
I have to say the Nob units (will be two) are still under construction. One will be all klaws and the other will have a variaty of cool weapons.

No Ork army is complete without some Grots to kick around:

And Boyz. Lots and lots of Boyz (I think I own around 90 - 100 but so far just painted 30)

I love the Ork walkers so I have a bunch of those too:

To keep all these walkers walking I have Buzgob to help out

And my lone Trukk (will soon get some reïnforcements. It has a funny story. I thought I could just keep footslogging and win my games. But I got taught that Trukks are a thing you can't really go without the hard way.... my butt still hurts)

I am particularly proud of this one because It turned out so nicely.

That is my Orks so far. A lot more to come, so stay tuned if you like them. As always, let me know what you think!


  1. Loving the metal coloring/shading in these pics. Plus the tires! You must teach us master

  2. I love the way you've painted your models! I used to have a bunch of Space Marines when I was a girl, and painting them was one of the most relaxing projects. I think they're still living back at my parents' house, I'll have to go and dig them out soon, and have a battle or two!

    Bernice Parsons @ Badger Anodising