Iron Studios: Lord of the Rings - Three Orc 1/10 Art Scale Statues
Iron Studios announced three new Orc 1/10 Art Scale Statues from the Lord of the Rings movie saga.
These are 1/10 Scale Battle Diorama Series Statues cast in polystone. The Orc statues are sculpted based on their appearance in Moria during the Fellowship’s escape from the Mines. There are three variant Orcs – Archer Orc, Armored Orc, and Swordsman Orc.
Orcs are members of a race descended from the Elves that were modified and perverted by Morgoth during the First Age. Although they are not bad by nature, they are culturally and mentally predisposed to Darkness and Evil.
Fearful, war-loving, ruthless and cruel, even anthropophagic and willing to put themselves in the service of the darkest causes. Endowed with little intelligence and discernment, but of great savagery. Usually hideous in appearance and unable to maintain mutual solidarity among their own groupings.
The Lord of the Rings is a film series that has lots of bizarre creatures, but despite their peculiar appearance, people still love them anyway!
The Orcs BDS Statues – Lord of the Rings – Art Scale 1/10 from Iron Studios are priced between $139.99 and $159.99. Pre-orders are already live and can be found at the links below. Its release is scheduled for the 1st Quarter of 2022.
The Orc Statues can be displayed independently or together to form a larger battle scene from The Fellowship of the Ring, the first film in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. In the movie, the Fellowship of the Ring traveled through Moria on the quest to destroy “One Ring” in Mount Doom and were attacked in the Chamber of Mazarbul by Orcs and the monstrous Cave Troll, in one of the most striking action moments.
We thought the fantastic battle scene in the Mines of Moria couldn’t get any better, but the sequel to Peter Jackson’s film has received a new version… with lightsabers! Yes, lightsabers make any scene even more impressive, and you can check out this epic battle below, which also features the sequence explanation.
“A disturbance in the force has led the fellowship to the Kyber mines of Moria. A place long thought to be dead. But an evil presence stirs below…”