When I shot these pictures, I only had a couple of WGA kits: halflings and skeletons.
Halflings didn't sit well with me, and it took a while to find ways to kitbash them to my liking.
Skeletons, however, were basically fine, right out of the box.
First picture is a quick size comparison shot: old GW cream colored plastic on the left, the much reviled Erehwon on the right, and WGA at the center, no tweaks or conversions.
While some find WGA skeletons a bit finicky to assemble, Erehwon were notoriously fickle and frail; I still love how characterful and well proportioned Erehwon skulls were, but assembling was another matter.
While scale is not exactly the same, with Erehwon being slimmer and smaller, and WGA noticeably thicker than the other kits, Erehwon skulls worked well on other kits - with some necessary tweaks.
Second picture is a mixed bunch of Erehwon and WGA, assembled as spearmen: probably WGA skeletons took a pointer or two, because style-wise they mix well together.
Third picture is a WGA skeleton with extra Irish cloak, assembled as an infantry champion; size difference with Erehwon here is much more noticeable, and without spears giving them some extra stability, those swordsmen feel really wobbly and frail.
I eventually swapped the champion's falcata, when I got the Oathmark kit.
Fourth picture is another mix of Erehwon and WGA: Erehwon archers with WGA bows and bow arms.
Quite flimsy, I later added quivers and arrow to make them feel somewhat less rickety.
The champion here I tweaked into a spellcaster, and it's still unfinished, waiting for the right "staff head".
And, that's it for this multi-picture post.
Next, I'll post pictures of how I further tweaked them and slapped some paint on.