Space Orrk - Looted Wakka

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Space Orrk - Looted Wakka by outofstep Jun 18, 2014


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Space Orkk looted version of the Interstellar Imperial Army walker. I might replace the "control lever" with an orkky looking steering wheel.
Use the supports from the body to frame in the crew area, then throw some panels from the "loota kit" on top of that. Used the "sitting" model of the orrk from the space orrks thing.
Forgot to add the supported version of the body, it's included now. All the support pieces can be used as "looted" stuff. I used the front nose support as the seat. All the rest as wall for the passenger compartment.

  • Remix of 3Dyeti's Imperial Army Walker, found via torrent *

Trying to stay in line with Games Workshop IP Policy. If any GW employee or representative wishes me to remove or alter any designs, let me know and I will comply with expediency. Below I’ve outlined how I tried to comply with their policies.
Overall - None of these are exact replicas. I tried to add abit of my own take on things or modification to the design. Ei kitbash it abit. Additionally, all models should just be used for painting practice. Practice messing up a paint job on a print, not your actual GW model.
Copyrights - I tried to make sure a “significant part” was not the same. Style, yes. Copied, no.
Trademark - I’ve removed all specific Trademarks. Ex: Aquila
Non-commercial - I’m making no money from this
Professional Distribution - I’m not a professional artist, using any of these as a portfolio advertisement. Just a hobbiest tinkering
Damage our brand - Not doing that. GW IP is a pretty cool universe. Hence the reason I wanted to make models that “live” in it.
Make it clear you’re doing it unofficial - I’m doing this UNOFFICIALLY.
Use trademarks appropriately - I tried to remove all trademarks
Derivative Works - I believe most of these models would fall under derivative works, two are three models might not, but I think most do.
Non-commercial recasting and 3D printing - I have not scanned any of GW’s IP.

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How are you getting away with posting my models that were taken down by DMCA without even crediting me?

Please check my various models. If I have used someone else's work I HAVE credited them. This was a model I found via torrent, then remixed every component to avoid the DCMA issue. Kind of hard to credit someone, if you don't know who or where it came from...

Thanks for the heads up though, will update description.

I am just surprised you have 40k models up on the site at all.


That's why I removed all Specific Symbols from the models (I used to have them up, can still be seen in various printed pics of the models) and used a disclaimer on what I kept up. I'm more than willing to modify stuff should someone think I'm infringing. It's also why I stopped posting anything new awhile back. I've got a dozen models I have finished, but am concerned about posting more...

Having said that, do a quick search on here for 40k or warhammer. There is a LOT of stuff on here now.

I have been seeing more 40k models for awhile now. I don't know why all of mine were singled out. I had more robust disclaimers than what you are using. My last model to get DMCA'd was this one:

Hippo Variable APC Assembly.: https://youtu.be/mhkgXj0IDIs