Here’s a post showcasing multiple angles of the Ogre I recently painted for a tutorial. The big question is will I paint an army of them… find out after the jump.
The short answer is no! I never want to paint another Ogre ever again. I found the model really dull. His static walking pose isn’t very dynamic which is a shame for such a large model. A regiment of these brutes is even worse because they all have the same pose and it’s not easy to change their poses.
Anyway, enjoy the pics and I hope you find the tutorial useful.
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I basically had this exact thing happen to me. I had a friend give me the rule book (small one), Ogre army book and a full box of bulls. I also managed to get a bunch of other stuff for the army with the full intention of starting it up. After trying twice to both get into enjoying painting the Ogres and enjoying playing Fantasy I just ended up selling everything. Many of the same issues you mention though. Extremely static models that are incredibly difficult to repose. Here are my two attempts here: