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PA666: 25mm Scale 3x Skeleton Fighters Classic Moulds

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SKU:
PA666
UPC:
0735930006661
Condition:
New
Weight:
0.20 KGS
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Description

Animated skeletons, clicking and clacking as they move rapidly across the battle field, may seem relatively harmless compared to a meaty Orc, but remember, an Orc can feel pain, can be killed and can feel fear, all these factors don't affect skeletons. They simply attack until they are either destroyed or are victorious. Sent enmass against living opponents, the noise of bone on bone can become a terrifying tune that spreads panic.

25mm scale rubber moulds that can cast multiple figures hundreds of times.

There are three different Skeleton fighters that you can cast and you can cast approximately 9 figures from a single ingot of metal (e.g. Model Metal ingot is 125 grams) provided you remelt the ingates between casting.

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  • Glen Watson - 27th Apr 2020

    3
    PA666 Skeleton Fighters

    Slightly smaller than the other skeleton moulds, so closer to 1/72nd scale plastics.
    I have trialled using a white gesso undercoat, drab block colours and then finished with a brown ink wash (to emphasis the recesses). This gives a suitable wargaming standard paint job and makes the figures look a bit like the skeletons from ‘Jason and the Argonauts’.

  • Mike Lang - 24th Apr 2013

    4
    Easy to cast

    I thought with the thin legs etc they would be hard to do. Not so, the one with the scythe is very reliable and the others are as good as any normal mould.

2 Reviews

  • Glen Watson - 27th Apr 2020

    3
    PA666 Skeleton Fighters

    Slightly smaller than the other skeleton moulds, so closer to 1/72nd scale plastics.
    I have trialled using a white gesso undercoat, drab block colours and then finished with a brown ink wash (to emphasis the recesses). This gives a suitable wargaming standard paint job and makes the figures look a bit like the skeletons from ‘Jason and the Argonauts’.

  • Mike Lang - 24th Apr 2013

    4
    Easy to cast

    I thought with the thin legs etc they would be hard to do. Not so, the one with the scythe is very reliable and the others are as good as any normal mould.

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