Today is a good day for my lungs as some more precious resin found its way to my doorstep. With the "MYSTERY" conversion set I got from Forge World I decided to also invest in some other variations, this time from the glorious Kromlech Conversion Bits and Accessories website. According to the website "Kromlech is a small company located in Warsaw, Poland." Hey, I've been in Warsaw! On a connection flight... for 2 hours..
|Kromlech Blister Pack|
From Kromlech Bits and Minis' eBay store I ordered:
- A set of Kromlech OW2 Large Backpacks (Orc War 2, ork, post-apo) for $9.29
- A set of Kromlech Orc "Running" Legs (Orc War 2, ork, post-apo) for $7.90
|Kromlech: The Opening|
|"Karpe Diem, ye git!" - Kommando Offisur Killahand|
|Dey see us WAAAAAGH!-in', dey'z runnin'..|
They came with barely any flash or mold lines and had a very plastic feel to them. Easy easy to clean, no traces of mold release agent whatsoever.
|Dun forget to pack yer lunch!|
You know, the ones soaking in the "MYSTERY CLEANING SOLUTION"? Hurr, hurr, hurr..
Also, the Kromlech pieces are heavier than the Forge World ones and the majority of them sunk on the bottom of the cleaning solution. Just in case there is any mold release agent on them.
But yeah. Definitely happy with Kromlech's items and would love to buy from them again. Also, what are the chances that the day I order stuff for my Kommandos they release these?
After few orc headswaps releases for Orc War 2 Free Germany now we have something for Brits.
Orc Commando Heads in woolen caps.
Sculpted by Michał Sosnowski.
Painted by Edwin Smolinski.
Volunteer Orcs form Unit 53 serve as infiltrators in North Africa and Middle East. There are few Orc serving in British Army but these from Unit 53 are most loyal and worthy allies.