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Reaper Black Orcs...Game play miniatures

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I recently received a private communication from a fantasy figure painter & gamer, asking me if I was familiar with or had done any painting work of the Reaper Black Orcs (02335, 02321, 06038/03219).

 

This is in reply to that question. In fact, I have a (6 figure) hunter/killer group of those orcs on my workbench. In photo # 1 (the figure on the far right/all green body is a conversion of figure 02335.

 

The solo mounted figure is a finished piece that shows how the whole group is going to be painted. Being (black orcs)...I go heavy on the dark green/black base skin color and tone up.

 

I hope this answers your question and feel free to communicate with me if you have any other questions.

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I LOVE these. These are tied with the Manor black orcs as my all time favourite Orc sculpts, and yours looks fantastic!

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Have fun paiting them up. They are some of my favorite orc sculpts as well. I have one of the ones with the sword primed up and ready to go.

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These are looking good. I like the darker green you've chosen for their skin colour. Good choice!

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