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To accompany my fan fiction, I decided to convert several miniatures to resemble the main  characters. This page shows you the results.

Hazug Throatslitter

Ratish & Sophie

Salia, Mayleth & Cuddles

Hazug & co with trukk

Drazzok and Thuggrim

Mek Batrug

Two Heads Smasha Butt Face with Gorrid and battlewagon

Warboss Kazkal Kromag

Chief Constable Dariel Thayne

O'Levath, Aun'Verai & Ryton

Overlord Mazakatek & The Huntsman

Clockwork Grot

Day of da Runt

 

Hazug Throatslitter

The ork himself! Shown here with his custom rifle and the warscythe he 'acquired'. I used an ork nob from the Nobs boxed set for Hazug, with a variety of spares used for his weapons.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ratish & Sophie

 

 

 

 

 

Hazug's often warring servants. Ratish was made from a plastic gretchin with a simple weapon swap, while Sophie was built using an old  Bloodbowl cheerleader figure with weapons replacing the pom-poms.

 

Salia, Mayleth & Cuddles

The later additions to Hazug's band. Salia is modelled using a Necromunda House Escher juve while Mayleth uses the body of a Mordheim amazon warrior with dark eldar head and weapons added. Cuddles is simply a fantasy squig on a round base.

Hazug & co with trukk

Hazug's truck is a slightly modified ork trukk kit. I always move the weapon mounting up onto the roll cage on my trukks. For this model I also scratchbuilt the front seats since it was not going to ahve a driver.

 

Drazzok & Thuggrim

Drazzok 'Eadbanga is, naturally enough, made from a ork weirdboy. The gretchin handlers have been removed and extra totems added. Thuggrim Da Mad uses an ork nob from the nobs boxed set with a heavily modifed gun. The eyepatch is made of thin plasticard, while the bootlaces of the boot he holds are thin copper wire.

 

Mek Batrug

Mek Batrug is made from an ork boy with tools and a banner pole from a mekboy added. the hammer came with the original ork battlewagon kit, now long out of production.

 

Two Heads Smasha Butt Face with Gorrid and battlewagon

Two Heads was the first character I came up with the idea for, long before I wrote the Hazug Throaslitter stories and it seemed only natural to include him when I began to write them. He is built form an ork nob from the Assault on Black reach set with and extra head added and his weapons converted. Gorrid is built form a plastic ork boy with one foot removed and replaced with the opposite one. The extra boot I was left with is now the one held by Thuggrim Da Mad. When writing the stories, I never pictured Two Heads' battlewagon as looking like any of the models released by Games Workshop, so I was left with no option but to scratchbuild it from plasticard.

 

Warboss Kazkal Kromag

Warboss Kromag uses the plastic warboss from the Assault on Black Reach with the head swapped for one off an old metal warboss. This was done because this was the only suitably sized head I had without a bionic eye. The banner pole is also taken from an older metal warboss.

 

Chief Constable Dariel Thayne

Dariel Thayne uses parts from a variety of sources. The body and legs are from the Imperial tank accessory sprue, amrour from kroot and the head from a Mordian imperial guardsman. His shotgun is from an old Necromunda weapons sprue.

O'Levath, Aun'Verai & Ryton

  • Shas'O'Levath takes plastic parts from several sources. The torsois from an Imperial tank commander while the legs were cut from a tau tank commander. The arms and head are from various tau. Finally a marine bolt pistol holster was added, this looking bulky enough to contain a pulse pistol.
  • Aun'Verai is made from an old Mordheim miniature, a Sisters of Sigmar augar. To turn this into a tau I had to remove and replace the feet with hooves taken from a plastic firewarrior's legs, trim the little finger off each hand as well as narrowing the hands themselves and then modify the haad by removing the nose and ears and cutting a groove in the forehead.
  • Kyle Ryton was far more straight forwards. Most of the parts are from Imperial tank commander figures, while a marine plasma pistol and Imperial Guard sergeant head were added.

Overlord Mazakatek & The Huntsman

Lord Mazakatek is made from parts from a variety of sources. His head and shoulders are from a Blood Bowl star player and his arms and legs from an old metal necron imortal. The Huntsman is simply a Tomb Kings ushabti with great bow mounted on a 40mm round base.

Clockwork Grot

The head of a plastic gretchin, a pair of ork powerclaws and a whole load of random spare vehicle parts produced this figure. ounted on a 40mm base.

Tick. Tick. Tick.

Day of da Runt

Making a snotling the size of a stompa in 28mm scale was not practical, so instead here is an epic scale (6mm) diarama of the overgrown snotling coming under attack from ork deathcopters.

The snotling itself was made from an older 40k scale gretchin with its weapons removed, while the other models came from the Epic range. The control tower is part of the gargant kit mounted on a short piece of plastic pipe.

The base is an upturned plastic plate with a 5" blast template placed inside.

 

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