|Front of the box|
|Back of the box|
|How the pieces came|
Each of the 3 big bags contained the parts for 10 models - each set of 10 was identical - the smaller bag contained command stuff including a banner (which was pretty cool), 3 drums for musicians and an alternate musicians horn.
|What you get in one of the bigger bags - as a side story the pocket knife bottom right has been helping me with model making for 33 years now. Got it from Dad when I was 8 and its still going strong.|
|All the pieces laid out - 10 per row.|
|The 5 models I managed to assemble|
|Close up of the back - its ok but the armoured skirt is really the only decent piece of sculpting|
|Every shoulder pad was different giving the models a lot of variety which was kind of cool|
This front on photo shows the lack of detailing in the model. The armoured skirt is just awesome but the rest lacks a lot of detail. The beards lacked the fine lines you get with GW Dwarfs that show all the strands of hair and the faces for most of the models looked squashed in.
Finally some size comparisons against one of my old school Metal Hammerers and one of my Quarrellers.
Overall, the models are OK and I think painted up they would actually look pretty good on a table top but in terms of detailing the GW plastic Hammerers are far superior. Ranking the GW models up would have also been far less fiddly and the models themselves more assembly friendly.
Compared to their Dwarf Slayers they are not as good simply a good try, and they don't hold a candle to their character model series.