The first picture is a bit dark, but you should get the basic idea. The colors are the good old orc colors from the last millenia, the same age as the miniatures. Two of them are a bit newer, while the last one is the oldest plastic GW made. I didn't have a proper shield for him, so he got a brand new orc shield. The bases are from the same time machine as well.
With these three orcs, the unit is "finished." Although, if you take a look at the last picture, you will notice that the unit is missing musician and standard bearer. When I get proper minis for them, the size will be 22 and the unit will be unfinished. Or the unit will be finished, but the second unit will be just starting...
Here you can see the whole unit, got a much better light for this one for some reason. There are both of the old plastic orcs there with couple of HeroQuest orcs and very old metallic Giant Black Orc acting as the champion. The three new guys are in the back row, right.
Next I'll be focusing on the bonus round, but I'll try to get something finished for the next Wednesday as well.
ByronM: Nice to see other areas have gotten into Old Hammer as well as we have around here. With the new AoS game sucking so bad everyone here has been playing either old editions of Warhammer Fantasy or switched to Kings of War. While those old sculpts don't have the detail that the newer ones do, there is a real charm to them and they have a lot of character.
You have done a good job on them making them look as they should have back then, keeping that old school look alive and well. I like that you kept with the old look right down to the simple glue sand to the base as well. It makes them really look like they stepped out of the 80's. Well done!