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Thread: Finished German Orc Conversion.

      
   
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    Finished German Orc Conversion.

    So he is done. a German Coat and a Cigar can change a model ..

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    I like it. However the epaulettes do seem to be too far back, perhaps they should be angled in more towards the head and not straight from the sleeve join as they are now. Otherwise when he stands up, well sort of, they'd be halfway down his back.
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    He is standing strait. Hes an Orc Warbos With a big back.

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    I like that! I do think realistic or whatever that Waghorn makes a point about the epaulettes. Having them a little closer to the front of the mini would look more appealing I think. I'd need to see it painted to be sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brovatar View Post
    He is standing strait. Hes an Orc Warbos With a big back.
    My apologies Brovatar, I'm not familiar with Orc anatomy
    "I lOVE your attitude Wag - painting for the hell of it, because you want to - one of the best things I did was invite you over here as to me you invoke the wamp spirit perfectly." - thankyou DL !

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    Quote Originally Posted by waghorn41 View Post
    My apologies Brovatar, I'm not familiar with Orc anatomy
    No problem m8. I didn't get offended or anything

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    Like that very much, loads of character to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by waghorn41 View Post
    My apologies Brovatar, I'm not familiar with Orc anatomy

    ROFL LOL
    wag, you need to do some more orks!

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    Funky, works for me - really like the squig thing

 

 

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