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Eli Arndt writes:

I am glad Mark has added these to his store and hope he expands the line, at least as far as he did the original barbarians.

I would love to see variations on fantasy barbarian themes done by Mark in the same way that he did variations on African tribal themes for his Darkest Africa figs.

Some ideas include -

1) Helmeted, semi-armored barbarians.
2) Bald barbarians with distinct hairsyle (i.e. scalp lock, pony tail, braids, etc)
3) Masked barbarians
4) Barbarians wearing a specific animal/monster skin (i.e. bear, lion, troll, etc).
5) Jungle or other "special" environment barbarians.

I think we can all agree that there are plenty of "not-conans" and historical analog barbarians out there.

Bring us more Mark!

-Eli


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Mark Copplestone of Copplestone Castings announces:

EXPERIMENTS IN 15MM

I've finally bitten the bullet and started using an Optivisor (a headset with magnifying lenses), which did bring on an attack of 15mm.

For fun, I made a few classic Barbarians, which are not part of any range, but I might sell as one-offs. Here's pic of a few of them - painted by Kevin Dallimore:

15mm barbarians