I hate that new dwarf, actually haven't cared for a lot of the new stuff, it's all just so busy looking. That being said i do own a ton of their older models and do like the wretched beast that just came out.
"This scenery piece has been digitally sculpted and specifically designed for desktop 3D printing (without the need for support structures). It is originally set to 28mm scale, but you can rescale it before 3D printing.
Please, note that this product is the STL file to print the model yourself, you are not buying the printed model. "
I like the idea, but i feel the is a lot of difference between 3d printing quality, i really like to see what i am buying vs what it could look like. But again i like that they are trying this route and have no doubt they will come out with some slick designs.
I think a lot of the "business" of that Orc probably has a lot to do with the paint job. Just too many "stripes". From the Paired Weapons angle, the face looks way too flat. I don't like that. I also wish that the great weapon option was holding a large tusk for a handle rather than a branch. That would be cool. Again, that may be up to the paint job.
I have another Orc from AoW that I got YEARS ago, and it is bigger than a normal GW Orc (as a Big Boss should be), but dang it, if he doesn't rank up! I have to leave a space behind him open, and always put him on the corner of a unit, just for him to be playable! His cape sticks way out in the back, and his arm positions don't allow anyone to get in close. I found this to be a problem with the Dwarf Slayers and Rangers as well. The Thunderers did fine though. I see the same problems with this Orc as well. The Engineer should be fine though (not that you'd ever really want him buried in a unit).