Alternate Hob-goblin and goblins


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Post Fri Jul 26, 2019 11:01 pm

Re: Alternate Hob-goblin and goblins

Definitely liking these.

Four A Miniatures
http://www.fouraminiatures.com/page2.htm
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Post Mon Jan 27, 2020 8:17 am

Re: Alternate Hob-goblin and goblins

Impact Miniatures have released a range of Kev Adams Orcs and Goblins in resin:
https://www.impactminiatures.com/index. ... artbreaker
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Post Wed Mar 04, 2020 11:08 pm

Re: Alternate Hob-goblin and goblins

Brokk wrote:Impact Miniatures have released a range of Kev Adams Orcs and Goblins in resin:
https://www.impactminiatures.com/index. ... artbreaker


I actually think it's quite funny they have the resin rights while RPE has the metal rights... Well I do like resin sometimes but I joined the Kickstarter and while they were very fast to help me and replace some of the models it's metal for me any day. Although there are some lesser Goblins just here and not at RPE so I'm still very happy I got those (and just to bolster my troops)
Writing a blog on collecting Orc and Goblin miniatures: https://collectinggreen.home.blog/
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Post Tue Jun 30, 2020 2:30 pm

Re: Alternate Hob-goblin and goblins

I just added some more keywords you can search for on my blog. With now 140 companies on the list, I figured searching would become somewhat hard. Other than for Greenskin races or your preferred miniature material you can now also search for styles. There's thematic styles like pirates, undead Greenskins or savage Orcs, but also more stylistic choices like only showing Goblins by Kev Adams or only showing Old school miniatures. I find it hard to define the latter category, so for now I only added companies to it, that sell rather old ranges. I might add an old school style category later on though :)
https://collectinggreen.home.blog/2020/ ... es-styles/
Writing a blog on collecting Orc and Goblin miniatures: https://collectinggreen.home.blog/
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