- 28/11/2017 at 17:44 #77258
Some more bigger, meaner Orcs to reinforce the Legions of Angmar. These are some Scotia-Grendel Orcs I bought second hand for my daughter over 20 years ago. She started them. Lost interest, They got put in a box and rediscovered by me last month. My daughter had done a not bad job of blocking in the main colurs so it was pretty quick work to finish them off. So like all Servants of the Enemy they have crept forth from their hiding place to answer the call to war!
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They are slightly bigger than my Vendel Orcs, so I’m going to class these fellows as Heavy Foot with the Offensive upgrade.28/11/2017 at 20:53 #77271MikeKeymaster28/11/2017 at 22:13 #77283GunDogMiniaturePaintingServiceParticipant
Superb work and hurray – they are not green! How refreshing!
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Sniffing out unpainted armies!28/11/2017 at 23:05 #77287
I’m trying to avoid warhammer influences and stick to Tolkien29/11/2017 at 00:43 #77289Gone FishingParticipant
Very nice indeed. They remind me of the old Black Tree Design range (not sure BTD was called that then).29/11/2017 at 16:26 #77327Graham HarrisonParticipant
Very nice indeed. They remind me of the old Black Tree Design range (not sure BTD was called that then).
That is because they are the same models. Originally Black Tree (or it may even have been when they were Harlequin) had a license to produce Tolkien models. When they lost the license they changed the Range to “Lords of the Realm”. Then more recently Black Tree sold off the moulds to Scottia-Grendel.
They are still nice figures!
29/11/2017 at 18:25 #77334
- This reply was modified 3 years, 6 months ago by Graham Harrison.
That explains my confusion over their origin.
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