My Bad Moon Orks are a true labor of love. Many of these models have been converted heavily, almost to the point of scratch-builds. If you've ever attended the 40k Friendly event at Adepticon then you may have seen some of these first-hand. :D
I built and painted these models for Games Workshop's 2017 Armies on Parade competition. I converted the Glotkin model into a Great Unclean One by sculpting a new arm for him and building him a sword out of styrene. My approach to painting was to avoid green completely as that's the typical Nurgle color, and to focus on using washes over an off-white base to build up color gradually while keep things pale and sickly.
Most of my Warhammer Fantasy and Age of Sigmar models can be found here. A few of these were competition pieces, but most were just for fun.
I'm a big fan of Reaper's Bones line of models, and that's mostly what you'll see here. The low cost of and sheer variety of the Bones line means that I can play around with ideas and experiment without a whole lot of risk involved, and they make great "palette cleansers" between other projects.
Just some things that don't fit neatly into the other galleries.
Stuff that's not orks, but still 40k. ;-)