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Linked, as Celtic Fanatics fight in the nude.  I gave one of them a kilt, so the player could choose whether the model was in "battle mode" or not : )
https://www.deviantart.com/skiesclear/art/Celtic-Fanatics-Warlord-Games-Modified-785371166

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Good skin, I like the work on the kilt.

Nice bases as well.

 

Isn't history fun?

Sometimes it is even weirder than the Fantasy armies.

These guys fought in the nude, some used clay paint to "protect" them from harm.

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