Well, there always something to do here. I mean, cleaning the floor, put the rubbish in the right place - not on the
ground everywhere the common Orks usually do...but better not to tell them anything about that, they tend to become brutal at times - and set everything in order. The Orks are not so used to order or cleaniness by nature. Well, we have not so many tourists here, mainly boys and youngsters forced to come and see some traces of the old past of their strong race. They do that unwillingly, but they do...
So the day goes on...and even today promises to be a loooooong day of cleaning. Opening time is at 10:00 AM and there stil a lot to do...
But...whatever I am to see! Greater Ork of Heaven... One of my stupid cleaners had done a terrible damage; using the ladder he has inadvertently broken one of the arms of the statue. WHAT A DISASTER!
The big marble arm stay on the floor, all of us gather together around it. I cry out, offending my worker that did such a damage, while my other collegue cries out in reply, and our cries of desperation soon fill the entire Chamber.
All the feloows of mine stare at me, and I look at them, and they look at me, when finally one of them asked "What may we do now ...?"....and I, upset and unable to think of something else, I'm only capable of saying "What could we do...?"...and soon after "Just Glue it! "
Then, my collegues start crying out again, and our cries of anger fill the entire Chamber. There is a self evident truth awaiting for all of us: as soon as the proprietor of the Museum of Old History will see that disaster, well, at the end of the day we'll be not more that cannon fodder for the gun announcing the next dawn on top of the Tower of Council tomorrow morning...
This diorama is set on a round wooden base, made as the floor of a sort of Chamber placed inside a strange Space Orks' Museum of History in the future. The figures are three Gnoblars by GW in 25 mm, the display windows come from some old box of warmachine miniatures, There is some cardboard on the rear of them and part of a translucent sprue as lights on top and at the bottom, while inside it's possible to look at some rests from various GW, Confrontation and other kits which have been put on show as ancient pieces of art. The bombs are from Tamiya, Hasegawa,Revell and Italeri kits, and soon...the main statue is a big Fantasy Ogree painted so to try to think of it as a sort of old marble color decoration. All is in 1/48 scale. The colors are acrylics at most and oils on the faces of the miniatures.
Image: From behind the display cases
Image: Oh, my!
Image: We are sooooo dead
Image: From above
Image: Starting point
Image: Completed displays