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So I just finished painting these Ral Partha orcs, ones that will have ended up coming from their Kickstarter.  I had to link them, because the majority of them have their orc dorks dangling about. 

 

Not utterly happy with the lighting, look a tad washed out, but maybe I'll try to take some better pictures later.

 

Painting five similar models at the same time can kind of seem like it takes forever, especially with the limited time I typically have to paint.  I kind of got a bit more time to paint this week though, so just got these finished up today.  Enjoy!

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Looks great. Have these pics been linked / attached / whatever to their model entries in the Ral Partha section of the Lost Mini's wikia? These pictures would be valuable information, and personally can see painted miniatures more easily than unpainted metal ones.

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Looks great. Have these pics been linked / attached / whatever to their model entries in the Ral Partha section of the Lost Mini's wikia? These pictures would be valuable information, and personally can see painted miniatures more easily than unpainted metal ones.

They are in the Lost Mini Wiki, but on my own little page I keep there:

 

http://www.miniatures-workshop.com/lostminiswiki/index.php?title=User:Antautunut

 

But I haven't linked them up yet with the Partha reference piece.

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I had most of this orc set from my High School collecting days. I painted them roughly the same colors. Although not as well. Base coat, wash with thinned black and done. 

 

I don't remember the complete lack of pants, and exposed dangly bits.  (mercifully) 

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Partha back in the day never had many issues about letting its creatures', both male and female, parts dangle. A goodly amount of chicks in less than modest attire, plus some orcs, balrogs and giants that really didn't believe in pants or underwear.

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