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Orcs! Orcs! Orcs, everywhere!

A tableful of 1/72 orcs I'm working on. These are orc models from Caesar Miniatures, Orion Models as well as Hat Industries Sea Peoples drafted for this army. I'm raising me a horde or two!

I prefer Orion Models' orcs over Caesar's but the difference in design means I could develop different themed armies of orcs. The Hat Industries figures were from the biblical Sea Peoples box set but their ugliness make them perfect orc models too. Here's an older post I wrote about these models.

As an aside, I can't seem to find any of the Caesar Miniatures fantasy line sets for sale. Does this mean that Caesar's pulled the plug on these figures?


  1. wow ! an impressive army of bad boys!!!

    Did you search on e-bay for the Caesar Fantasy?
    I've done quickly and you can find some...
    depends of your country!
    unfortunately (!) I have a new computer, and I didn't have all the links ...

    1. a link to an e-bay seller :
      and he propose this set for orcs: (good idea!)

  2. Good one. I like the idea of using the sea people as orcs...

  3. I hope I can paint up some soon. They kinda remind me of then LOTR orcs in Bakshi's film


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