The Fawcett Avenue Conscripts are a group of table-top wargamers who get together on Thursday nights to enjoy some gaming, some beer and a few chuckles courtesy of our hobby.
Love the looted vehicle - particularly the "trophy pole" accessory - perfect for Ork leaders...
I see I managed to get the Keystone beer can in the vid as well... :-)"Hold my Stones!"
The use of corrugated iron as added armour is a nice touch on the looted tank. Apparently the Canadian Grenadier Guards used some of that on their Sherman tanks during WW2 as well. The links below show some photos.http://www.armouredacorn.com/Refs-%20Thumbprints%20&%20Images/Photo%20Gallery/Can-CGG%20Sherman%20side%20armour/SherIC-CGG-Cor%20Metal%20Side%20Armour-NWE%2745.jpghttp://www.armouredacorn.com/Refs-%20Thumbprints%20&%20Images/Photo%20Gallery/Can-CGG%20Sherman%20side%20armour/SherVC-CGG-Cor%20Metal%20Side%20Armour-NWE%2745-2.jpg
I knew it! Canadians are Orks! ;-)
Looking at your Orks Dallas, I think I need to dig mine out. I have a whack of them that Kevin Holland painted back in the day. Both armies look great. Cheers.
Hey Dallas. I was speaking with Dave V. tonight and he mentioned that you might be looking for some more Rogue Trader era Orks. I have a fair bit, some painted but most are only primed. If your interested, drop me a line at email@example.com
Sounds great Mike, email sent... if I accumulate enough of the little blighters I might even be able to field a 5th edition 40K Ork army ;-)
I have a huge collection of circa 1980's Citadel figures including over 100 old Guard metal and plastic figures. But unfortunately that are still painted from the 1980's. :) I would love to strip my figures and follow your lead! Great job!
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