Kast Kreation's Blogspot Ver. 2.0 is now live!

Took a little time out of our busy schedule to give the blog a nice new look.

Riddler Spotted!

Kast Kreation's work spotted at local con! Check out the Riddler cane build.

New Items In The Shop

Stop into the shop and check out the cool Ghostbusters stuff we have in there.

Showcase Project #1

Rolling a critical hit on the latest project at my new job, take a look!

Showcase Project #2

Stopping the Nid invasion, one bug at a time.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Old Zoggy

So I have been flipping through the Ork Codex the past few weeks trying to figure out a new project to start... Yes I know, I have unfinished projects I should get done before going on to yet another. But honestly, it's gotten to the point where looking at vehicles is making my head hurt (more like my hands, popping rivets for 2 hours only to cover half a vehicle is sad). So I figured I would do a special character, no wheels, no wires, or rivets just good ol' fashion flesh and bone. I thought the fluff picture of Old Zogwart was cool, so I figured why the hell not. Went through all my bits, picked out a few things and ended up using the body of one of the bike boys, a head of a boy which I'm not entirely sure what it came from and just a normal pair of legs. I also used the arm of the boy throwing a stick grenade to use for his staff arm.

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Painting is fun!

So this is gonna be a short blog post, after starting paint on my Battle Wagon, I went and painting up the one part of the stompa that was ready for it, which was the moon stomach plate that was made using the faceplate provided with the GW kit. Once again I used JoAnn Essentials, which as I stated earlier I got at JoAnn fabrics for about 98 cents a can. Good deal considering Army Painter is like 15 dollars a can. I think it turned out pretty good, comment and let me know!

Signing out,

Friday, May 7, 2010

Scratch Built Battle Wagon

So took some time away from the Stompa to sit down and go through some old pictures of conversions that haven't been touched in a WHILE, it's been about a year now since I had worked on anything other then the stomp. A lot has come up but I got around to working on my scratch built battle wagon. It has FINALLY gone into the paint stage! But instead of skipping right to showing off the paint job since I have the pictures of the build I figured I'd show that off first

Friday, April 30, 2010

From the inside out!

After long debating with myself on if I should or shouldn't do an inside of the cockpit, be cheap and just leave it completely blank on the inside. I decided to go with setting stuff up inside so the top could be removed to show off all the orkies working to kill something. First I used some resin doors my buddy over at Bossmans's Bitz Box gave me to seal off the cockpit from the rest of the head. then using some wire and plastic card tubes did some other details here and there to give it more of a cockpit feel, since the inside of the battle wagon wasn't intended on being seen for the most part.

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Stompa continues!

Thankfully when I was working on the project, I pre-thought out the idea of making it easy to transport. I made the head, and arms completely removable. After showing it off to a few people I was given the idea to use that for more then just transport. I have already started working on different arms and claws that could be swapped out to give the Stompa different equipment such as more shootas or even a large deff rolla to squish anything that gets in the way of my over-sized monster. The other arm at this time is just a mildly modified version of the guns that came with the GW Stompa kit I still have to build a whole left arm that is much more detailed and not as "weedy".

Putting the stomp, in Stompa!

I'v decided the first of my creations I will be showcasing is my Converted GW Stompa. After seeing a few of them built, I had come to the conclusion that it just wasn't good enough the way it was. Sadly I didn't take picture's of the start of my Stompa, but I'll fill you in. First I assembled the body as the instructions said. This wasn't the part of the Stompa I had issues with. I then proceeded to fill the gaps where the arms would of gone with plastic card. Blending the shapes to make it appear correct when it came time for paint. I also reworked the neck using PVC pipe so I could attach the GW Batttlewagon as the head. This mod was seen in March 2009's issue of White Dwarf.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010


Welcome to Kast Kreation's! After showing off my Warhammer 40k conversions to friends of mine they all recommended that I start a blog and document all my conversions. I wanted to start by introducing myself, my names Shawn, I'm 22 and live right outside of Philadelphia. There are many projects I have already started so, throughout the next few days I will be posting the step-by-steps on the ones I have already started. I also wanted to extend and offer that multiple people have told me to, if anyone sees my conversions and has a conversion they would like done. Feel free to e-mail me and we will talk about it!