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1/72 fantasy vikings from MenhirGames

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Hello! after some time, following the 3D sculpting of 1/72 models for fantasy gaming, we sent to 3d print the first faction - the Rösian humans (vikings)-, and yesterday we received the masters/samples, to assemble them and show them off!

The starter packs of all factions will contain a mix of monopuse models (always with separated shield) and other poses  with the option to select  different heads or weapons.

So to make a "refresh", these are some of the renders :

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This is not a human viking but we , to see how would it come out, sent to print an elf hyena rider

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After 3D printing, the moulder made the masters:

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And here they are assembled!

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ALSO, we wanted to  share that we are working on the miniatures to be able to play skirmishes with warbands with individual miniautres, but also, they will be compatible with bases with slots to make 5men squads and make rank & file armies

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We hope you like it!


For FLUFF/setting info: (no comercial site)

http://www.worldofmagrieb.com/

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