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    fairoaks024
    fairoaks024
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    A very old GW psychostyrene dwarf, early 1980s, the shield transfer is original too. These were some of the very first GW plastic figures, along with the drastik plastic orcs.

    #108945
    Jim Jackaman
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    I remember them. Great for chopping up and converting. I had one with a 1/35th scale German helmet with added horns…very hells angels.

    #108971
    fairoaks024
    fairoaks024
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    Second one, I went for as many different parts as the kit allows

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    Phil Dutré
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    I remember these were advertised in White Dwarf as “so much cheaper than metal”. Ironic, isn’t it?

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    #109452
    fairoaks024
    fairoaks024
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    Truly, considering their prices now

    #119961
    Catullus
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    Wow! That looks great! I haven’t seen one of those for years and I’m surprised to find it’s still a decent miniature (unlike the Drastik Plastic Orcs, which were underwhelming even back in the day). Incidentally, I still have one of those orcs at home because it was the first miniature I ever painted.

    #119993
    fairoaks024
    fairoaks024
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    Thanks Catullus.

    ive long since lost the first mini I ever painted, wish I still had it around for the nostalgia value.

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    Catullus
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    I was briefly tempted to hijack your thread and post it here but it’s an utterly shameful sight. Even thirteen year old me thought it was a bad paint job…

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