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    Woodland Indian

    A generic woodland Native American, for ConQuest Miniatures.
    (Apparently its the 250th Anniversary of the French Indian war)
    Hopefully it won't look to dark, I might have messed up the CC.

    Designed for a large banner (hence the detail)
    Also the logo - thought I'd chuck that up as well.

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    Des, Fantastic job on the Woodland Indian. Rarely do you see an artist get things right in terms of historical accuracy. ~Gary
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    Why are his forearms and abdomen white?
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    Very well rendered....but I agree with Jasons comment on the reddish upper body..

    what tribe of Native americans does he represent?
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    "Why are his forearms and abdomen white?"

    Tube top and opera gloves.
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    He's generic, a bit from many different tribes.
    He's wearing ochre warpaint, which is probably why he looks pale on the abdomen and forearm, and I probably messed up the colour correction.
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    Is that a dagger on his chest? If so, the handle on it doesn't look like its in line with the blade.

    An exceptional piece though. I love the garb, and the weapons. Top notch work.
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