These are four interesting characters and some stacked goblins.
I've been disappointed by a lot of paper minis because they are too small when you put them on the table next to plastic 3D minis. Some players want to bring their own, so I tend to prefer paper for the NPCs.
From bottom of foot to top of head, the blue knight is 34mm tall, white wizard is 32mm, green wizard is 33mm, and the bruiser with the axe is a towering 40mm tall. The bases will add 4mm, maybe 5.
Reaper and Heroforge minis are around 38mm on a base, so these stack up.
You can judge for yourself with the preview but I think they're beautiful and detailed and in good poses. The colors are great. I wish the name of the figure on the base were easier to read.
Instructions and assembly
Printing and assembling these is slightly different than others, but it's all good. I think I would prefer the fold at the bottom to protect against peeling in multiple removals from the base, but I like this method of making cool bases. Instructions about scoring for a good fold are helpful.
Personally, I'm not going to carefully cut out a paper mini along the contours of the figure. I wish these had some kind of standard outline of black around them so I could cut out a rectangle and just clip the corners or something. If you cut out the contour I'm sure they'll look better.
The art book on how these were made was fun and interesting. Best of all, there's stand-alone full size art of each mini. Players could paste that into their character sheet.