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I painted these guys some 17 years ago? Maybe a little longer? I can't remember what manufacturer they are. Did Ral Partha start making 28mm minis right before they mysteriously disappeared? I have some savage orcs too that are from the same line I think.

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Hmm. I'll have to put my orcs on here so you can tell me where they are from. I think one has a wolf cap and the other has a gator cap. Real savage. There's also a shaman type one with a big tribal mask.

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Not Ral Partha.  I have those.  Not as cool looking as these.

Nice work!

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Hmm. I'll have to put my orcs on here so you can tell me where they are from. I think one has a wolf cap and the other has a gator cap. Real savage. There's also a shaman type one with a big tribal mask.

I think it's safe to say we all love looking at miniatures.  Keep on posting please. 

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