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I made this barbarian from a Bronze Age Miniatures generic blank (many different poses, I love them!) after a piece of art by Simon Bisley in terms of the weapons at least. The helm is from a skull pack by Maxmini, and the skull weapons are from the Stag Lord miniature's helm (when they could be purchased from the Boneyard - wish I had more). The cloak is also from the Stag Lord. Everything else is sculpted on. I tried some different techniques, for me anyway, such as washing and glazing for the cloak and the loincloth and was happy with the results. He is probably my favorite thing I have done lately!







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