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Re: Skorro's Moria Goblins

Postby Sithious » Fri Jan 13, 2012 3:38 am

Great variety on the conversions, and excellent painting. Great work all around.
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Re: Skorro's Moria Goblins

Postby Antonio_13 » Sun Jan 29, 2012 8:20 am

These look great, I may have to pick up some of those weapon packs. They look like a great way to convert cheaper osgiliath vets and the polearms could be used for axemen of lossernach, as well as just adding more variety to rank and file.
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Re: Skorro's Moria Goblins

Postby Ryan Gree » Mon Feb 06, 2012 7:17 pm

Brilliant work mate. I'm afraid I'm going to have to copy you in adding the weapons to my own Gobbos now! :D :D :D
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Re: Skorro's Moria Goblins

Postby Skorro » Wed May 09, 2012 1:02 am

Many moons later I have finally gotten around to posting a walkthrough of painting my Moria Goblins. I decided it was worth doing based on how many hits my blog gets for "how to paint moria goblins." So unless there is one person who keeps searching that topic, I think a few people may be interested.

I went way overboard on the number of photos, and unfortunately I couldn't find a way to get Wordpress to display them in one gallery while still allowing me to write inbetween, so each set of three photos is its own gallery.

http://triplezeropainting.com/2012/05/07/how-to-paint-moria-goblins/

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Re: Skorro's Moria Goblins

Postby JornOvera » Wed May 09, 2012 9:21 pm

Nice work! A lot of variation in there. I like the contrast on the armour as well. Out of interest, where did you get the bow and arrow packs from? I followed the first link and could only find hand-weapons.
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Re: Skorro's Moria Goblins

Postby Skorro » Wed May 09, 2012 10:57 pm

JornOvera wrote:Nice work! A lot of variation in there. I like the contrast on the armour as well. Out of interest, where did you get the bow and arrow packs from? I followed the first link and could only find hand-weapons.


Hmm, looks like they are missing. So are the poleaxes. I wonder if he stopped offering them or they just got lost in the move to his new site. I did buy them a number of years ago. Might try emailing him to see if he still offers them.
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Re: Skorro's Moria Goblins

Postby JornOvera » Thu May 10, 2012 11:46 am

Alright, cool. I'm looking into additional weapon kits so I can convert quite a few of my models to archers. I've managed to find bows, but I can't find any quivers, and I don't fancy making them from green-stuff, etc. Do you know any other sites that sell them?
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