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Not especially, though the high angle of the photos along with the flare of their skirts and the armour plating over the top can't be helping. 

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Painting looks great.

 

Question, is it just the angle / armor, or do these look dwarfy in person?

LotR figures are shorter than "28mm" figures, or 28mm heroic, or 30mm, or 35mm...

 

...or whatever scale has crept to. The LotR line turned the clock back scalewise.

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I hope to get an army shot up in the next couple of weeks. Just need to finish some Tower Guard to act as unit commanders for my Spear and Archer units first...

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