First up, the mutant rabble. This unit was a challenge for me: I wanted each mutant to look different, but I needed the colours to somehow bring it all together. I think I have managed that, but I will let the pictures do most of the convincing.
I've added a few odd panels painted in a factory primer colour, which was made by mixing Scab Red and brown weathering powder. It also adds a neat texture. The model only needs a tiny bit of extra weathering before I can call it done, but considering how this vehicle started out like, I am amazed by the difference.
The hull and turret are from Blood and Skulls Industry, with some fuel tanks used to cover the hole meant for hatches. The main gun was originally an Autocannon-like weapon, but it has been converted into an Inferno Cannon, in the guise of an Autocannon, much like the Soviet KV-8 which mounted a deadly flame-thrower disguised as a normal cannon. I think this look suits the army which has some influence from the Alpha Legion.
I am hoping to get this army finished before adding anything else, but as this blog shows, that is easier said than done. I have toyed with buying some Rapiers with Quad mortars to represent some Thud Guns, and some Plague Ogryns, because I like how Ogryns work for this army and they make for amazing bullet magnets.