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Org Concepts
13th Apr, 2011

I have been messing about with the Org concepts some more. I came up with one I liked in a doodle while on the telephone. Funny how inspiration strikes when you are not really trying! I scanned the scrap of paper into Photoshop and worked it up. The Orgs are the Sciror version of Orcs, but I wanted them to be even meaner looking (if that’s possible), a mix between 40K’s Orks, rage zombies (from 28 days), and a dash of crocodile. Notable differences are the lack of lips (I may play up the shark teeth angle a bit more in later versions), the skeletal nose, and rounded ears.

Org concept

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Hearing feedback is very important to me in developing my ideas. Much of my designs are inspired, and crafted, by chatting to fans on forums before snowballing into a full concept you'll find here. I would like to thank all those who have contributed critiques and participated in discussions over the years, and I would especially like to thank all those who commented on this specific topic. If you would like join in you are most welcome!

  1. Kage2020 says:

    I love it.  There’s a feral intelligence coming out that is absolutely awesome.

    But I didn’t say that.  We never agree on anything, after all. 😀

    • Philip S says:

      We agree on lots of things, but less so on our justifications when it comes to 40K 🙂 I’m glad you like the concept. There may be a sculpted version of this Org at some point in the future by Ed (Troll Forged Miniatures), and perhaps a few other sculptors from the collective may have a crack. I think some of the SSG (Stream Stun Gun) have been sent off for casting. As I delve into Sciror, specifically ‘Psidemic’ and ‘Star into the Abyss’ scenarios, I will be throwing more concepts at the fine folks over on the TFM forum.

      • Kage2020 says:

        LOL.  Fair enough.  Randomly, and for the first time when it comes to orks, I actually began to think about the possibilities of the nose as a method of communication.  Sure, strange I know, but that’s the first time that I’ve ever been inspired to think about something like that when it comes to the 40k orks.  Kudos. 😀

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