Friday, 2 October 2015

28mm Foundry Orkmacht WH40K Ork Chef.....

........and another blog is having a giveaway.

Added a catering department to the Orkmacht, those crazy orks who found some Victors, Warlord and Battle comics on a data slate while fecking up the galaxy and the WW2 German bug bit the orks and a blitzkrieg Waaagh hit the galaxy......

He's a 28mm Foundry figure with a plastic field kitchen to store the vittles, the cleaver is not only for preparing the foodstuff but for dealing with complaints (I remember my days in the kitchens, blood, sweat and anger), not the best pictures but you get the idea?

There's a link below to the first post...........


Orkmacht


The boys over at Canister and Grape are having a giveaway to celebrate 7 years and they are giving away some good stuff especially if you're in to Frostgrave, go over and get involved!










78 comments:

  1. Is it my imagination or is that Ork chef weeping and with snot running out of his nose?

    Lovely work Francis :)

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  2. That is snot Tamsin, he has a head cold.

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  3. Great stuff Fran! Very impressed!

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  4. Nicely done on the figures. I never knew orcs ate so well.

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  5. Nice paintwork mate, love the little extra details too

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  6. I'm not sure I'd want a meal prepared by an Orc. I get the feeling it's more likely that I AM the meal.

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  7. "Meat is back on the menu!" An excellent ork goulash cannon!

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  8. Orcs have catering business? Such exquisite delight :) What's on their menu?

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  9. Great job Fran! Where did you get that kitchen? It's ace!

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  10. Fantastic job, hungry lurker!

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  11. Hail the General!
    Getting ready for a gas attack: cheese, hot red peppers, and garlic bread!
    The Chemical Division Mess Sergeant looks more than able to prepare the men for battle!
    Great job, General. (And funny too!)

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    1. Thanks Jay, did you not see the blue cabbages!

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    2. No, I missed the little stinkers!

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    3. Go through you like shit through a goose!

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  12. That is one chef that I wouldn't want to piss off haha

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  13. Terrific stuff and your excellent attention to minute detail really helps bring the entire ensemble to well-worn life. :-)

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  14. Surely they should be called the Waaghmacht?

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  15. Marvelous work on this Ork field kitchen, Fran. They do eat well, I see.

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  16. That is absolutely brilliant Francis, the chef is such a wonderful character.

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  17. I'm so glad you're back on the internet Francis! The chef is darling and hideous at the same time. I love it.

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  18. I do like these Fran and you went the extra mile with them. Lovely brushwork!

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    1. Thanks Anne, not in your league though!

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  19. Lovely stuff...great attention to detail, nice idea and I like the Blog's new look!

    Hugh

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    1. Hope all is well on your end.

      PS: I tried a locally grown chestnut for the first time today. Loved it. Do you eat those?

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  21. Just when I wondered, "where's the beef?" it arrives in Orktober! Nice Fran (smile).

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    1. Is that a sigh at how awesome the figure is?

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  23. Great work! Love all the bits and bobs for the kitchen.

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  24. An orky "Gulaschkanone"... great model very very funny....it is not only the Ork flu but some secret ingredient for the Orky stew I think.....

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  25. I do love the chef but its the field kitchen which really makes it for me. Those extra bits are so detailed.

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    1. Thanks Robert, I'm always looking for extra!

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  26. Ace job! Weird and wonderful.

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  27. Got a particular fondness for the table.

    Maybe I'm just hungry..

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  28. What are the blue balls in the box? Incendiary devices of some sort? Very nice work!

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  29. Suitably revolting - as an Ork kitchen should be ( I assume)

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  30. Looking great and I love the mobile kitchen. I so want one of them

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  31. The food looks great! I'll take mine without the orc snot, please!

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  32. Christ Almighty that Orc is a dead ringer for the Russian cook at my old boarding school [shudder]. Pasty white instead of green and a ratsnest wig and I'd be havin' nightmares for a month! That orc's menu though - surely far too much veg and too little offal to be genuine orc food!

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    1. You're right, definite lack of protein on the menu!

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