It's an Ork on a skateboard.
sorry, guys, but I haven't found a way to correctly model this guy yet. I hope that my drawing is clear enough for you guys to get the concept, though.
Recently, a new Ork opponent of surprising power. Everyone knows that the Ork Warbosses have some sort of psychic charisma to draw in smaller breeds of their kind in order to wage war on the Imperium, buth this one seems to have gathered a crowd much larger than natural, which is much more anarchistic and unstructured than the normal Ork Tribes.
This Warboss, known to his followers as Dakka Hawk, has started the something that can only equated to a cultural rebellion within the Ork "society". First and foremost, he has a terrifying fascination with "skateboards", a childish toy he first encountered in the Third War for Armageddon. Instead of using it as a mode of transportation like the lowly hive children, he uses the damnable object as a tool for fighting. He can travel at far greater speed than when running, and through his Ork physiology, even propel himself at a rate of an Imperial bike for a short period of time. Unlike other crude Ork vehicles, such as bikes, a skateboard can be weaved in an out of difficult terrain easily, and can be used in Urban fighting. Using tricks and jumps, Dakka Hawk and his fellow "Skaaterz" enter buildings through windows, jump roof tops, and the like. Essentially, the Emperor hating bastard can travel at full speed through hive cities without worrying about crashing.
He is the head of a mob of highly mobile Orks, and in a manner most unlike his fellow Bosses, he runs as close to democratic form of government as Ork mentality could manage. This essentially boils down to him asking his fellow Orks whether they should fight army/planet A, or army/planet B, or both. at which point they roar "WAAAGH!" and go ahead and fight pillage, loot and destroy both targets anyways. Regardless of his policy, due to his iconic image, he is revered enough among other Orks so that when he shouts loudly enough they still obey him without question.
However, this idea of freedom to disobey the warboss and fight without any prior planning irritated Ghazghkull Thraka, who personally sought Dakka Hawk out to give a good thrashing for ruining one of the major ambushes that Tharka had planned by simply rushing in to the fight because he and his fellows decided that would be best.
Dakka Hawk quickly ran off planet, finding that he had greater things to do that spend the rest of eternity on Ghazghkull's trophy rack. Recently, he has found something else to work for. After a brief scuttle with a Necron Cell, he had found the next evolution for his skateboard. The Necron Skimmer.
Intent as hell on finding this technology, Dakka Hawk, and all the speed freaks who chose to follow him, made a beeline for a campaign seething between Orks and Necrons over a tablet that could potentially unlock the secrets to Necron technology.
Now, he and an anarchistic mob of skimmer-board obsessed Orks have decided (by manner of shouting until they could no more) that the tablet would be theirs, no matter the cost.
He and his fellows no spend their time riding around the planet non-stop, beating the living and robotic crap out of everything and anything that happens to be in their line of sight. A majority of them ride these "skateboards" and using rockets strapped to their boards, they can now match the actual speed of a bike consistently and for long periods of time. Even more horryinfingly, with the help of a competent big mekk, the bulky boards can fire the same ammunition as an Ork biker.
Emperor save any fool who comes across these monsters
I'm in the process of making a biker army with skateboards as my first big conversion project, with the hope that people will actually let me play them as bikers. If not, than my models will be highly stylized boys, Nobz, and Posses, which will still make me happy.
I figured that Orks and skateboard culture could go hand in hand with each other. Too outrageous?