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Made in us
Regular Dakkanaut




TEXAS USA

I had a major realization the other day, I don't have any ORCs in my collection!
One of the most important warhammer fantasy and 40k races, and I don't have one!
So I rectified the situation.
Overall I wanted the Warboss and his goblin to have a mercenary look, so I made the armor have a brass look to it.
For the warboss I did his skin in a slightly dark tone to give him a black orc look.
I gave the goblin a generic goblin look.
Let me know what you think of the paint job. Thank!

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Angry Chaos Agitator






The model is nice, and the painting is neatly done.

I do think that the skin lacks highlighting though. I know you wanted to give him a slightly darker skin tone, but it seems a little flat to me. The goblin seems to suffer the same problem.
   
 
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