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Legend has it that ogres and halflings come from a mutual ancestor – owing to their unquenchable appetites. Both need nothing but regular, full meals to be happy and satisfied. It should come then as no surprise that weird looking pairs like a giant ogre with a small halfling on its back can sometimes be spotted on a battlefield. Snarky people say that the ogre is the brawn and the halfling works as the brain of the duo. Here we have an ogre wielding an axe and a halfling sitting in a wicker basket on its back.

The model can be assembled and painted by yourself, bases are not included

Material: Resin
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sculpting proces help me Kamil from @SmokSculpture ( www.facebook.com/SmokSculpture ) and Rafał from @EdgeBoxStudio ( www.facebook.com/EdgeBoxStudio ). 

Traditionally sculpted miniatures in 28/32mm scale, harkening back to the style of the 80’s and 90’s, so that they fit properly next to other designs from Oldhammer times. All miniatures available both in White Metal and high-quality resin.

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For the last seven years we have ran a professional miniature painting studio, specializing in Horus Heresy and Warhammer 40,000 miniatures, but first and foremost old-school 80s and 90s metal miniatures - often known as “oldhammer” or “midhammer”. Since last year we have also ventured into old school, traditional tool sculpting.