Back in the early 80's, Barry sculpted some of the last figures he would release under his own name for the wargaming industry. He was engaged in movie work from his workshop at Elstree Studios which was taking up more and more of his time. I'm unsure if he planned expansions to the range or a ruleset however they take their rightful place in lead history.
Victorian Heroes & Horrors
NF1 Sherlock Holmes
NF2 Dr Watson (need this one)
NF3 The ultimate thief, Raffles
NF4 Super rotter, Moryarty (sic)
NF5 Jack the Ripper, with knife and doctor's bag
NF6 The Invisible Man (need this one)
No pic available (and no pun intended.....)
Monsters and Stuff
NF20 Giant horrific demon of the night (40mm)
I blogged an article on this mini a short while back here.
NF21 The Unholy Twins, pair of winged naked female angels from hell
(No pic and need these)
NF22 Dynamo Dan, the electric man
The other ranges released for a short while were 'The Perils of Flasher' and 'Highland Fantasy'. More of those on another post to come.
Interestingly, he did sculpt the headpiece to the Staff of Ra for the Indiana Jones movie, Raiders of the Lost Ark amongst many other movie pieces.
Very interesting article on the piece's after film history through eBay here.
A previous blog post detailing the Thane Tostig range is here. Many more of Barry figures are up on the Lost Minis WIKI where both I and many others have spent a long time sourcing examples for posterity. Mark Dudley has a few posts of Barry's old historical minis on his Ilkley Old School blog. Barry also sculpted a number of the classic historical 30mm Spencer Smith Miniatures lines which are available here. Tell them I sent you!
Barry has more recently written a book; 'Hitler's UFO' - pick up a copy off his site here.
Edit 22nd January 2017 - my PayPal payment for the book was refunded without having being taken by Barry so no idea what is happening there......
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