Gamezone Miniatures is – at least here in Germany – one of the bigger names in the industry. They have a huge array of different fantasy miniatures in their range, most of them are made in metal, others, like elves and dark elves have sets of resin miniatures for under 1€ per miniature. Orcs and Goblins are not quite as fortunate, but at the very least you’ll find some nice heroes for your armies. There are also Fanatics and troopers:
I own the Warboss on boar and if you’d throw it at your opponent, you’d seriously hurt him. It is very big ans massive. The Black Orcs in the first picture are used as Ironjaws in my army. You can put them on a 40mm base without it looking strange. There are also some war machines like a ballista and a chariot of both the Orc and Goblin variant:
Single infantry Goblins cost around 7€, riders or Orc heroes around 12€ and a set of 3 Goblins is 10,50€. The Orc chariot is 46€ and the Goblin one is 33,50€. While the Hero Quest 25 Kickstarter was ill fated and most people are still waiting on their pledges years afterwards, there are at least some produced models and I was told that those resin models would become available seperately from the set when it’s released. It’s up on their website, but I’d advise you not to buy it until it is finally released. A lot of people are very tense towards Gamezone since that debacle. If you’re interested in their metal models though, you can order them on their website and follow Gamezone Miniatures, who owns all the pictures I showed you, on Facebook.