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    The Barbarian.

    Hello Friends!

    Im glad to show you one of my latest miniatures. Hes a very wellknown barbarian from the hiborean age. I was inspired in the recent remake movie that has just arrived cinemas.
    Its 75mm height and completly sculpted with Milliput Yellow-grey. This is a new release of SCALE75.

    I hope you like it.













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    very cool. you've captured a really nice pose here.

    what's the workflow like with milliput? you're obviously able to get great results with it and i'm wondering what advantages it might have compared to polymer clays.

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    awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by indestructibleman View Post
    very cool. you've captured a really nice pose here.

    what's the workflow like with milliput? you're obviously able to get great results with it and i'm wondering what advantages it might have compared to polymer clays.
    Milliput is an epoxy clay so it gets hard in half an hour once you mix the two compononets.

    You have to work step by step, one step and it gets hard, and then the next one. This way of working let you add small details on a hard surface so its easier to manipulate it.
    The bad thing is that you can not do a rough sketch and see how it looks the hole figure from the begining.

    See you!

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    This looks great! Yes , nice pose.

    Mah ' Crub

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