Converting - Charge!

Orks generally come with a very boring pose. Here is a simple trick to give your slugga boys more WAAARGH !

I cut off the rear leg as near to the groin as possible. I rotated it and glued it back in place. Its a big joint so you don't need to pin it. Then I filed it round and filled with just a very little green stuff.

To make the running pose look "real", you should pick arms that make the figure look unbalanced. There a a few arms that you can use straight out of the box, otherwise you will need to convert again.


Converting - Kneeling

I wanted an Ork that would be a very stable firing platform for a shoulder held rokkit so I decided on a kneeling pose as so often seen with bazookas. This is what it looked like when I was finished...

How to do it...

  1. Cut the legs at the knees and remove the joint.
  2. Drill a hole in both parts of the leg and join with a piece of copper wire.
  3. Bend and shorten the copper wire to obtain the correct pose.
  4. Glue the wire in place.


  1. Build up the legs with Greenstuff (or Milliput) in layers step by step. Don't try and build a whole leg in one go but let one layer dry before applying the next.


  1. Sculpt the final layer with folds to represent trousers. Here you can see the body attached to the legs with bluetac.