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Peter Dennis, The Man Behind the Pencil

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In his first video interview, Peter Dennis sits down with Ben to tell us what it takes to create the concept to a beautiful piece of art that you see in every day boxes of your Warlord products.

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beardragon14
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It is always nice to put a face to artwork which you love. Thanks for the interview lads

ironshield
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Totally enjoyed that interview really enjoying this warlord anniversary blog

beardragon14
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I just looked up Helion Paper figures…. Aren’t they nice ….. Kudos to Mr Dennis

torros
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I think I posted about the paper figures here a while back or it might have been on BoW gaming club Facebook page. Can’t remember now. There really nice anyways

torros
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Here is the Facebook link for Peter Denis’s paper armies

https://www.facebook.com/thePaperboysPage/

bigdave
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hmm, really interesting… feeling proper crap about not being able to go this weekend watching stuff like this…

robert
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I have a few of his books. The soldiers are lovely, just havent made them yet.

torros
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The upcoming War of Spanish Succession figures look great

longshotte
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Particularly enjoyed that interview. It is nice learning the backstories on those things that we tend to take for granted. No idea how many times I have appreciated his artwork but knew nothing about the artist behind it. Thanks guys.

huscarle
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The box artwork is such an inspiring part of the hobby even for someone long in the tooth as me. Long live the medieval department.

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