Tagged: Darkest Africa
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Beautiful work !!08/07/2017 at 23:04 #66951
Not a group you’d like to come across in a dark jungle, or anywhere else for that matter!
A nice paintjob, I like that you didn’t have all the masks in wooden colors, the brighter ones make the whole group pop a bit more 🙂
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Today some bearers from Foundry.
I hope you like them. The miniatures are also fine as plot points for Pulp Alley.
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Great looking figures. I don’t know much about the period but wouldn’t the masks be used more for ceremonial occasions rather than conflict? Of course, ‘Pulp’ has more to do with the romance and adventure of the period rather than the history so I don’t suppose it really makes much difference.
Very cool looking!
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I suppose it depends whether those European explorers become part of the ‘ceremony’.20/07/2017 at 16:04 #67974
@autodidact-o-saurus: I guess you’re right. In reality, those masks would be pretty heavy and cumbersome to wear in combat.20/07/2017 at 16:06 #6797522/11/2017 at 08:50 #7672613/03/2018 at 19:23 #86553
Time for another update.
Today: Foundry Warrior Women.14/03/2018 at 08:00 #86566
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