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Mercenary Ogre Characters Collection
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MikeHobbs writes:

why not use Fernando's DHL service

I find it's much cheaper then standard post (well from the UK anyway)

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OK, so shame on me - the figures returned from Sri Lanka a long time ago, but I'm only just now getting to photographing them. Which sort of spoils the point of "how fast did they get painted," except that it was faster than I could handle... grin

The figures were painted by Fernando Enterprises to match the manufacturer's online catalogue illustrations.

I then based the figures, using Gale Force Nine's magnetic bases, DryDex Spackling and Woodland Scenics flock.

Without further ado - the photos:

The Orcs
The Orcs
The Orcs
The Orcs
The Orcs
The Orcs
The Orcs

The cost of the project was $189 USD, including postage from Sri Lanka (but not postage to Sri Lanka, or the cost of the figures themselves).