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Tuesday, 16 July 2019

Middle Earth SBG (Warg Riders - part 1)

More bad guys from Middle Earth - this time it's some Warg Riders from Mordor, Angmar or Barad Dur as you see fit.

Since Orcs are basically interchangeable between many forces, I figure I can probably field various armies by adding the appropriate heroes and "specials" to an Orc-y core.




More Middle Earth stuff:
More Angmar stuff:
More Barad Dur stuff:

More Mordor stuff:




6 comments:

  1. Cool unit, there's quite a bit of diversity among the models and you did a great job with your choice of colours to even make them look more individual.

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    1. Thanks Wouter. I watched the movies again recently and it struck me that the orcs had a huge range of skin and hair colours so I decided to try to incorporate a bit of that in my models

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