You get these two fatalities in the of Hunter Orcs on Wargs box set. Sadly, they don’t come with bases. Luckily, I had some spare 40mm bases. I wanted to include them as separate pieces to represent thrown riders or models that are knocked down. You can of course glue them onto your larger models bases. I think they’d look great in the claws of an eagle. Check out after the jump to see some cinematic shots.
I love creating these cinematic shots. I get to combine so many of my passions into one single thing. Model painting, photography, design and blogging. Which do you prefer? The daylight or the night time shot?
- E. Rios
These look great!
Wow the orc skintones look fantastic.
Love the daylight cinematic shot. Looking forward to a tutorial on warg riders, I'd love to see how you paint those wolfs. The colours on the orcs are looking good!
They look really good, but one thing I'd suggest is a few peices of low lying terrain such as rocks, grasses for the foreground so that you can conceal the base lips and add that extra layer to the image.
Loving the night shot, these look brilliant! Encouraging me to make Mirkwood elfs my next purchase alongside your tutorial, thanks!
Love to see a tutorial on the orcs. I've been trying to figure out a scheme for the skin and I like what you have come up with.
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Still in love with your mirkwood elf, also the dark scene looks fantastic.