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I mentioned this in randomness. I've been building an urbanmech style grot bot as a present for a friend's birthday. 

 

Since I won't be the one painting it, this is as done as my part gets. 

 

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This was the bot last night. The big gun is a Tau weapon, the legs are from an ambot, the other arm is a mix of random bits, and the body is a stack of bases and part of a TV mount. 

 

Then this morning I added the Ork details. 

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A bunch of horns, a face, some more bits, and a lot of those triangles orks like. 

And a back shot. You can see the exposed fuel tanks.1286990885_IMG_20200222_1454312.thumb.jpg.b1ee258c495ddb70f7f372b3636e4be6.jpg

 

And a detail shot of the gun. Which I would like to point out has three different ammo feeds, none of which are correct for the weapon type. 

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23 hours ago, Werkrobotwerk said:

And a detail shot of the gun. Which I would like to point out has three different ammo feeds, none of which are correct for the weapon type. 

Yet because its of ork design, it will do even more Dakka than originally planned! 

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