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Re: Casting plastics and taking names.

PostPosted: Thursday April 25th, 2013 8:32am
by billdask
Hooray!! the reproduction of Barbarian Pack is finally done! :D
The Frozen Horror was one of the hardest minis to reproduce, I had lots of failed recasts.
Also I haven't reproduced the mercenaries and I'm not sure if it's worth doing it.

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Re: Casting plastics and taking names.

PostPosted: Thursday April 25th, 2013 9:13am
by Ethica
Not bad at all.

Re: Casting plastics and taking names.

PostPosted: Thursday April 25th, 2013 2:42pm
by Sinned
Fantastic! But 60+shipping is too much for me.

Re: Casting plastics and taking names.

PostPosted: Friday April 26th, 2013 4:06am
by wolfie907
you should redo the weapons for the mercs

Re: Casting plastics and taking names.

PostPosted: Friday April 26th, 2013 2:24pm
by grimcrazy
That’s awesome - i have been waiting ages for someone to get this expertise!

Re: Casting plastics and taking names.

PostPosted: Saturday April 27th, 2013 2:55am
by chaoticprime
As soon as I get some money, I'll PM you.

Re: Casting plastics and taking names.

PostPosted: Saturday May 18th, 2013 5:04pm
by Hero_Of_Retro
Great work! I am interested in buying both the Barbarian and Elf miniature's, are you still casting in the metal on some of the other miniature's. :gargoyle:

Re: Casting plastics and taking names.

PostPosted: Saturday May 18th, 2013 6:44pm
by billdask
wolfie907 wrote:you should redo the weapons for the mercs

Yes, I might recast the weapons as well as the mercs.

Hero_Of_Retro wrote:Great work! I am interested in buying both the Barbarian and Elf miniature's, are you still casting in the metal on some of the other miniature's. :gargoyle:

I don't recast in metal only in resin. Patroclus is casting in metal. Pm me if you are interested.

Re: Casting plastics and taking names.

PostPosted: Tuesday May 21st, 2013 1:28pm
by bastianbux
I purchased BillDask's Female Barbarian (the person playing the barbarian in my group is female, so I thought I'd throw her a bone) and it is perfect! No bloopers or bubbles or anything. The only two things that were disappointing were things I already knew before buying it: that it's white instead of... maroon? And that because it's being shipped from Greece the shipping was a bit pricey--which was NOT BillDask's fault at all! All in all, I'm very pleased. :D

Re: Casting plastics and taking names.

PostPosted: Tuesday May 21st, 2013 2:30pm
by drathe
bastianbux wrote:that it's white instead of... maroon?

The female barbarian is originally blue.