30 Oct 2012

Urmuth, Scars of War - Inbox

My first 'inbox' here, something a bit shorter than review, focused mostly on the content of the box.
I don't think there is any need to describe Andrea Miniatures, or their range Warlord Saga, so I'm simply gonna show you some pictures with very short description.
I guess I'll be still doing proper reviews for more 'exotic'  miniatures and companies.

The mini:

Name: Urmuth Scars of War
Manufacturer: Andrea Miniatures
Product code: WS-15
Category: Warlord Saga
Material: White metal
Scale: 1:32 (54mm)

The box:

In the box:

Quality of the cast:
As you can see the cast is really clean and crisp. There are some delicate mold lines (photo below), but as far as I can tell, nothing is damaged, and surface is rather smooth. Of course some amount of work will be required, but that's normal.

The only thing that makes me wonder is this deep hole on the left side (on the photo on the right) under his collarbone. It doesn't look too deep on the photo, but in real it looks almost unnatural. I'll probably fill it with some milliput or something, to make it look more natural and anatomically correct.

Seems to be really easy. Fur fits nicely to his back, just needs a bit of filler to mask the joining point.
The only tricky part might be attaching the axe because the shaft is very soft and bends easily.

Other Andrea Miniautes reviews:
Menhom Dark Shadow




  1. Looking forward to seeing you paint this. Was pointed in the direction of your blog from the PB forum. the way you paint textured its such as leather completely blows my feeble brain. Do keep up the good work.

  2. Hi:) I'm always happy to meet new people here:D I hope you'll like my next projects.
    Urmuth is already undercoated and I think, I'll start painting today, so WIP photos should follow;]