I love the wartrakk. The buggy.... Early days obviously, but my first impression is that it might be a bit too long? Of course it all comes down to personal preference though.
Definitely agree - for now I've set it aside, its been tough trying to give that a sense of direction.
What comes to the Maximini heads, those are gorgeous sculpts indeed. I purchased some earlier this year to use with my mega boss and couldn't be happier with tthem. Considering the right-most head I'd warn you that it could possibly be too large to fit the Mad dok model without looking out of place.
in this picture you can see the head in action next to a regular boy:
As to the other content on this topic: really cool models! My first army was Deathskullz so they always have a special place in my heart. Love the shade of blue you use! I'm also seeing some loot-worthy ideas on your scratch-build designs
Holy moly, that head is indeed massive! I'll keep those in the back of my head while I think up other solutions.
Or, at least, maintained by Orks
Haha, I think thats more accurate.
Thought process and approach for doing some basic weathering on the trakk:
I wanted to have at least two shades of grey as well as some blue on the trakk. I also wanted to give the salt weathering method a try, but I had to be careful with my execution when painting stripes over the rust. Instead of salting the model in one go, I decided to only salt the areas I was about to paint, and then mask of the remaining areas. While it did work, it proved to be a pain as systematically remove and re-mask areas, and apply salt in three stages.
First, I sprayed areas I thought would be rusted with Vallejo's Hull Red (a gorgeous color I might add), and then followed up with a dusting of my old bottle of Blazing Orange. I then masked off a decent portion of the model, as that area would be different colors, and I wanted to preserve the rust coat. (I actually salted the entire model before realizing that wouldn't work, so had to gently remove all the salt and clean the model).
A sample from the front of the model after spraying it with Vallejo's Dark Rubber (approximate to Eshin Grey).
I then masked off all of the grey, added a secondary stripe through the remainder of the rust coat (area would be painted blue later), and then salted it up.
After spraying with Vallejo's Neutral Grey:
I then masked off the remaining grey, and sprayed with Alaitoc Blue.
Some thoughts - a pain in the ass to mask and salt in steps, I might try out the hairspray method in the future. a few spots need some touch ups, and oddly in a few spots removing the tape pulled the primer off. I've been using Vallejo's brush on primer, but it seems a little weaker when sprayed with an airbrush...
I'm somewhat unhappy with how the layer of blue went on, in some salted areas the Citadel paint became a little splotchy and discolored, something none of the other colors seemed to do.
In addition to that, I finished off the other 5 nobz. No real rhyme or reason to how I built them.