I don't know anything about Warhammer-I am an old D&D player myself. I like the LOTR orcs myself(much better than early D&D ones that were pig-heads on humanoids, lol), but this thing you are creating is going to be spectacular.
Wow another unexpected night off from work because no jobs are ready to be mailed...(should I be worried?). I can play with more clay tonight after all!
Joe here's a pic of an orc warlord by the Warhammer Fantasy battle games. This is just a model kit from their collector series line, not by me just for you to know what I'm talking about as my influence.
I'm not trying to copy this charachter at all or even their style of orcs but I like their use of ape features (big face small cranium) and the tribal social structure of their orc race, it gives me possibities to work with and spout off from.
My friends all played D&D (and I did too when I worked at the rennaisance festival for the first half of the 1990s) but I always liked Warhammer cos they had thousands of really well sculpted 5 cm miniatures to collect, customize and paint. *Then when you challenge your buddy to a battle you set all your guys on one end of a landscaped table and he on his side and then the dice rolling starts. Kind of like RISK but with a fantasy element and rules for magic and sorcery. I never really got to play so I just sculpted things to customizing my charachters and learned to do really detailed paint jobs. Nowadays kids must be getting huge allowances cos the price of Warhammer minis makes me cringe! I know I wouldn't have been able to buy them when I was a kid at their new prices!