Prepare to witness the epitome of Ork might, as the Warboss emerges as a towering slab of muscle, teef, and a ferocious attitude, leading the charge with unabashed glee. Armed with a formidable power klaw, a kombi-rokkit, two sluggaz, and stikkbombs, this green behemoth bulldozes a bloody path through enemy lines with sheer force. His ear-splitting war cry and weapons-grade glower serve as potent motivators, driving his loyal boyz to unleash ever more gratuitous violence upon their foes.
This exceptional kit brings forth one Ork Warboss, a force to be reckoned with, ready to dominate the battlefield. Clad in an impressive arsenal of weaponry, the Warboss wields a power klaw, a kombi-rokkit, two sluggaz, and stikkbombs—ensuring any enemy foolish enough to cross his path will face swift and decisive defeat. But that’s not all; he is also accompanied by a slavering attack squig, fiercely hungry for action and adding an extra layer of ferocity to the fray.
As the embodiment of Ork power and dominance, the Warboss stands as an unstoppable force, inspiring fear in the hearts of his enemies and loyalty in the hearts of his boyz. With a rallying cry that echoes through the battlefield, and a glower that sends shivers down spines, the Warboss leads his Ork horde to glory and victory.
What’s in the Ork Warboss with Attack Squig box
- x12 plastic components with which you can assemble one Ork Warboss with Attack Squig.
- x1 Citadel 40mm Round Base.
How to paint the Ork Warboss with Attack Squig set
- Step 1: Prime Your Miniature
Start by priming your Ork Warboss with Attack Squig model with Chaos Black or any other primer of your choice. This creates a smooth surface for the paint to adhere to.
- Step 2: Basecoat the Model
Apply a basecoat of paint to the Ork Warboss’s skin and the Attack Squig’s body. For the skin, you can use a green color like Warboss Green, and for the squig’s body, use a brown color like Rhinox Hide. Ensure an even application to cover the entire areas.
- Step 3: Paint the Armor and Weapons
Next, paint the Ork Warboss’s armor and weapons with a metallic color like Leadbelcher or any other silver shade you prefer. This will give the armor and weapons a realistic metallic look.
- Step 4: Highlight the Skin
Using a lighter green color like Skarsnik Green, carefully apply highlights to the Ork Warboss’s skin. Focus on the knuckles, nose, and cheekbones to make the skin pop.
- Step 5: Highlight the Squig’s Body
Similarly, highlight the Attack Squig’s body with a lighter brown color like Mournfang Brown. Add highlights to the edges and raised areas to give the squig more dimension.
- Step 6: Paint the Teeth and Eyes
With a contrasting color like Ushabti Bone or any other off-white shade, paint the teeth and eyes of both the Ork Warboss and the Attack Squig. This will make these features stand out.
- Step 7: Add Final Details
With a fine brush, add any final details to the model, such as the mouth and nose of the squig or the runes on the Warboss’s armor. Use contrasting colors to make these details stand out.
- Step 8: Varnish and Protect
To preserve your work of art, apply a protective layer of varnish over the entire model. This will safeguard the paint job and prevent any damage over time.