They look great in the pics. I agree about the plastic though. I’ve not had a good experience so far with AoW - I bought a load of dwarf hammerers a while back and they were such a pain to clean up and assemble and then a nightmare to rank up on 20mm bases that I just gave up in the end.
I saw MOM miniatures have some new slayers out now and a new gob hewer. Thats another manufacturer with great looking sculpts but that I probably won’t touch if it’s that soft plastic.
They've got a 40% off sale running on their store at the moment.
All those Undead models they released in April have disappeared from their site. I think they were a new material - maybe it didn't work out? A few other older models (that were metals) have dropped off their site too, e.g. the Gary Morley Nagash mk.II and the Warrior Priestess, both of which were quite cool.
The above are all in "SLA resin", so they're still 3D printed. All sculpted by Felix Paniagua. He's apparently also working on "multi-part regiments" - Dark Elf Witches (why?!?), Beastmen Warriors, and Orc Boar Riders. Those could be cool.
They're cool models - the only one that I really want from them, though, is the first Forest Goblin - I really like the spidery aesthetic and pose.
Funny that you should mention the Spidey-pose Goblin, sedge . I thought that one could be problematic when trying to rank up. That is, however, a unique sculpt that hasn't been done to death and would work really well with a spider tribe theme. I just wish that they'd make "bits" kits to theme armies. Like head swaps, torsos, etc. with spider, forest, wolf, swamp, etc. options to go along with a core Goblin box set. I think that'd sell like hotcakes for them. Otherwise, you have a one-off Goblin Boss who thinks he's a Spider....odd. Fun...but odd.
I really like the pointing Goblin. I could see playing him as a Great Weapon Big Boss. I don't really ever use AHW on Goblin Bosses, so the two mace Goblin, while very cool looking, wouldn't see much action for me. While the Orc Bosses are a cool option, I have plenty of those and they really aren't hard to come by. And the Orc Warboss one is rather...static. Monopose. Maybe more imposing if you built up his base so that he's higher than the rest of his boyz. Leadership, heroic pose....for an Orc. I could see using the Savage Orc Boss as a Standard Bearer instead by replacing the horns on his back with a banner.
I really like all those but especially love the first one, so rare to see something truly unique that still fits in perfectly with the old world, I have a box of the plastic Shieldwolf Forest Gobbos that I purchased on a whim, extremely tempting to at least build a small warband now.