Privateer Press minis have always had that touch of insane genius to them in terms of their design. What I like about their Orboros range is how it has a grim but not necessarily evil feel. I'm also impressed that its a woodland faction without any elves.
Here are some we did for long time client Brian Lee, in his own color scheme.
We just did some Storm Striders for long-time client (3 years? 4 years?) Thomas Woodard. We'd not seen any of Privateer's Battle Engines till this kit.
The boxes they came in were huge. I expected a bucket of bits and parts, but there actually weren't that many. Assembly was straight forward: we pinned the hell out of its for strength, and used an epoxy cement to attach them to their bases.
Painting was pretty straight forward -- and the figures are quite impressive. Privateer Press has always had a flair for design, and the Storm Striders are signature PP pieces.
Board game minis painting are clocking in about ten percent of our orders, every month.
It's a nice trend, seems like nowadays there's no getting away from interesting minis turning up in your board games. I hadn't expected that people would be up for painting them though -- still less even after seeing how much it can cost -- but board game miniature painting seems here to stay.
Says the guy who STILL hasn't painted his LNoE minis...