While holding the same attention to detail and historical accuracy as their other kits, PiLiPiLi's new series will appeal to the growing number of acrylic painters who prefer a smaller scale for their fast-drying techniques.
PiLiPiLi's first figure in this new series is a Crow Warrior in 1850 as depicted in the paintings of the early artists-travellers Karl Bodmer, George Catlin and Rudolph Kurz. It was the time known by experts as the 'hide period' when the native cultures and lifestyles were still unaltered by the contact of the White man. A colourful period and an equally colourful subject which will no doubt keep your brushes wet for a long, long time.
The Crow and their Hidatsa relatives were among the most colourful tribesmen of the northwestern Plains. This figure depicts a high-ranking warrior dressed in his finest ceremonial clothing: hide shirt, leggings and buffalo robe lavishly decorated with beads and porcupine quills and sporting their owner’s war deeds. The pipe-tomahawk was a highly-prized attribute, a symbol of war and peace.
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