Now imagine completely transformed orks and you have the Clanking Destroyers in a nuttshell , so I was anxious to take a look at the lovely Clanking destroyers from Kromlech.
The reviewed kit is a multi part resin kit and as always when working with resin, be sure to wash the parts, before trying to paint and glue. If you've never worked with resin before and are thinking about skipping this step, dont'! Glue and paint simply wont stick until the parts have had a good washing to remove the release agent.
The great thing about the way kromlech designed the clanking destroyers, is that there is not a set way to assemble them. You get 5 heads, torsos, legs and different arms which can be assembled at your hearts content.
The parts require very little cleaning and the mold lines are manageable.
In general I had very few problems getting the models ready to paint and the casts seems to be of very high quality.
No matter how clean a cast, there will always be a little cleaning, but with the dull part out of the way, it is time to take a look at some possible uses for the clanking destroyers.
This obviously gives you a ton of options for customizing. Not only with regards to the Clankers, as shown below, but the parts also fits regular GW Orks perfectly. The little cute guy below, was put together with random parts, chosen by my wife, and they all fit together perfectly.
In other words, you should be able to assemble a pretty unique bunch of minis with the supplied parts.
Converging on conversions
The models and all the possible combinations of parts, would make for a great group of cyber-orks or ork robots, but that would be only half the fun.
As I might have alluded to, I think Kromlech have hit home with the Clankers.
The models go together well, have tons of soul and will fit any ork army perfectly either as standalone models or as bits for your regular orks.