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Highlanders Warriors.

Posted by Jaques on 06 Jul 2020, 20:12

Hi , friends. :thumbup:

Incredible and wonderful all the information and knowledge. Many thanks.
With proper historical license, the highlander figures will be much closer to the film than reality.
I started reducing the size of the swords. They'll be more of the generic kind of bastard swords, but I'm trying to build another figure to stay with claymore.

To friends in Scotland, I also present information that I find interesting.
I am from the Northeast region of Brazil.
In this part of the country, one of the main traditional foods, much appreciated, is “Buchada de Bode”, made with the goat's entrails washed, boiled, cut, seasoned and cooked in bags , made with the animal's own stomach. Served with our national distillate, cachaça.
I think it has a lot in common with your traditional food too. ;-) :thumbup:

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Posted by Ochoin on 06 Jul 2020, 22:09

How interesting!

It looks delicious. Offally good, in fact.

donald
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 06 Jul 2020, 23:11

Hagis??

It does NOT look delicious to me, but I would try it if I were visiting Jaques.
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Posted by Graeme on 07 Jul 2020, 00:33

Very like haggis, It just needs oatmeal... And a slightly different climate. :mrgreen:
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Posted by Jaques on 07 Jul 2020, 01:15

Hi.
Haggis from Brazil, made with goat.
Delicious!

Blufachion. It will be a pleasure to serve you here. However, I think you will want to try a partial version for tourists. A complete version that I and the other Northeasterners like more, comes with a head and paw accompanying. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 07 Jul 2020, 02:09

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Posted by Jaques on 07 Jul 2020, 23:56

Hi , friends.

Returning to the figures.

Swords have been reduced to a generic model.

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As for the use of Claymore, one solution was to make a warrior with compatible size, strength and musculature. :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 09 Jul 2020, 00:06

Very fun project! Keep the updates flowing...
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Posted by Peter on 14 Jul 2020, 12:51

Painting a tartan pattern? Easy!

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And here is how you do it:



And here on figures!



I hope this is helpfull! :mrgreen:
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Posted by Jaques on 14 Jul 2020, 16:55

Hi , Peter. :thumbup:

Very useful ! :drool: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
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Posted by Jaques on 16 Jul 2020, 00:59

Hi , friends. :thumbup:

"Gibson Wallace" with another member of his clan. :mrgreen:
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Posted by Peter on 16 Jul 2020, 11:14

I like them! :thumbup:
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Posted by Jaques on 17 Jul 2020, 20:41

Hi , friends. :thumbup:

Thanks for the comments.
The clan is almost finished, with just a few adjustments and fills to get in line for the painting. But I will only paint after Peter reveals the secret of Tartan paint and where I can buy it. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Posted by OwenChpw on 18 Jul 2020, 12:51

Those are some great sculpts, very characterful. There's just something really charming about the Scots.
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Posted by Peter on 18 Jul 2020, 19:16

The tartan paint is a big secret, I can't tell you. But youo can always send me the figures and I pant the tartan! :mrgreen:

Nice little warband! :thumbup:
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