So as I discussed in my last article I wrote up a Dogs of War entry for my group which I’ll link to in this article. I’ve also begun work in earnest on the models themselves. The first guy I started work on was the Boar Boy who has the Club Wiv a Nail In’ because that idea just stuck in me really fast exactly how I wanted him to look. I also began work on the Wolf Rider too and moved on him pretty fast.
First up is the Boar Boy with the Veteran Kit Club Wiv a Nail In'
Second is the Goblin Wolf Rider
I had to mince together some weapon arms from other Orcs for the Boar Rider. About 90% of the models I own for the O&G army I plan on building are 5th/6th edition single pose models which means I’m going to be doing a lot of chopping up during both this and that eventual project. Still, I liked the look of the scale armor and the pouch on his belt since everyone is going to be carrying bags of ill gotten gains.
I also worked on the Wolf Rider; I wanted to give him more action to, so I cut the Wolf in half and put him back together to make it look like he’s jumping over a small bush. I’m not sure what to do with the Boar Boy base yet though.
This is going to be a short post so here is the link to the DoW Entry for Da Burna Boyz!
Regiment of Renown - Da Burna Boy'z! (.pdf Version)
Regiment of Renown - Da Burna Boy'z! (.docx Version)
I’ve also included a link to the Microsoft Word Document in case anybody wants to use it as a template to create their own Regiment of Renown entry for fun. I recommend it personally. I think coming up with fluff and background is a great part of the hobby and can really help you get into the spirit of this type of project.
Da Burna Boy'z!