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Roman (and other 1/6 historical) figure contest
#1
Greeting my fellow hobby historians, 
I'm a member of a historical combat inspired 1/6 hobby club and our staff has managed to organize 
a Kaustic Plastik related figure contest.

Top three prizes are some gorgeous Roman figures.
In any case we'd like you to have a look an possibly enter a project (link below)
Cheers.

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Link to contest details : http://onesixthslaves.freeforums.net/boa...historical
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#2
I know it doesn't qualify for the competition but I figured I'd post this here. I had some scrap material lying around so I figured I'd try making a miniature. This is a 1:6 pilum made from a piece of steel and some hardwood.

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Author: Bronze Age Military Equipment, Pen & Sword Books
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#3
Hi Dan, that is a fine looking pilum.
To answer your question : the contest is focused on completed figures rather than custom gear.

But..you are more then welcome to join our club (see link)  and show your handy work,
it deserves accolades. 

Cheers
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#4
I tried to visit this site but the link doesn't work. ProBoards seems to think that this site doesn't exist.
Author: Bronze Age Military Equipment, Pen & Sword Books
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(02-05-2017, 01:02 AM)Al Duce Wrote: Greeting my fellow hobby historians, 

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