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Night Goblins & Orcs Commission December 2, 2015

Posted by Jason Bergunder in Age of Sigmar, Army building, orcs, StaticGrass Creations, warhammer.
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A new commission found its way to my mailbox today. A force of Orcs and Goblins. This is a diverse force ranging from Goblin Fanatics, to Squigs, to a bunch of Orc heroes. A good bunch of these models are from Games Workshop. The other bunch come from different systems such as, Avatars of War and Kromlech (I think).

Looks like a fun batch of models, I look forward to painting these!

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1. imperialrebelork - December 2, 2015

Just out of interest why do people generally get you to build and paint their army? Is it time constraints, lack of talent, patience or just not interested? For me the best thing about the hobby is collecting building and painting. Each to their own of course but I am curious to know what the main reason is. Please enlighten me. 😊

Jason Bergunder - December 2, 2015

All of those are pretty much the main reasons that people want to have their armies built and painted. Usually a combination of them, not necessarily just one reason.

Typically, when someone has time constraints, they tend to be more interested in playing rather than painting or building, or just need the help completing an army before a tournament. They might still like to build and paint, they just love gaming more.

This hobby can get really expensive really fast, in time and money, sometimes people just want their minis to look awesome. Even though it might mean shelling out a bit more than doing it themselves, it can be more practical than taking a decade (like me) to really get a handle on painting to a standard you’re happy with.

Ultimately a hobby is what you make of it. Although I like gaming, the painting is my true love of the hobby

imperialrebelork - December 3, 2015

Thanks for the reply. I actually don’t even play, well very, very rarely. I love the modelling and the fluff mostly. Each to their own.


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