Post by josedominguez on Jul 23, 2011 14:26:31 GMT -9
I'm working on a Wild Orc army for massed battle games. Looking to have most of the options required for a certain game within a couple of weeks. Aiming for models that are clean and crisp at 15mm, they'll scale up but be embarassed if put next to Jim or Labrat's minis at 30mm
Post by josedominguez on Jul 25, 2011 5:36:14 GMT -9
they'll scale up to 30mm fine as they are vector (just not sure how good they'll look as they are meant to stand out at a smaller scale). I'm aiming to get a lot of variants and options done in a short time, then maybe extend the technique to some of the other armies that don't have many models yet. Very much aiming at massed battles players.
Post by Vermin King on Jul 25, 2011 8:10:38 GMT -9
Since you are doing these with vectors, have you considered thickening them up a bit and giving them dimension like Oliver Bizer does his Junior General figures? He basically laminates the figures rather than trying for true 3d, but I think your wild orcs would be an excellent choice for an experiment with this.
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Post by josedominguez on Jul 27, 2011 1:59:00 GMT -9
They are vector, so I can make them any size, same for riderless boars as it's one click to tak the rider off I'll add a 'razorback' to finish him off. My main aim is to get all of the basic shapes sorted so I can make lots of variants quickly. I've started lots of projects and always found a better way to do it then moved on.... I've spent a while getting this one right before I started! I want to be able to replicate specific troop types for a range of wargames quickly. If someone needs a wild orc with a 2 handed weapon I can run them off in a couple of minutes, same for a wild orc weilding an M16, giant mushroom or bunch of flowers. If someone needs a wild orc riding a bear, wolf or crocodile, easily done as the riders are ready. Underworld goblins next They aren't nearly as attractive as Labrat, Okumarts, Darkmook or Jim's figures (They are pieces of artwork made into figures), but I'm aiming at the middle ground, players who need a lot of rank and file models quickly (they are quick to cut too). Think of these like an early GW box set, lots of weapon options, easy to assemble but not as pretty as the metal models
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