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Lijo K. Baby ... prep artist (7 episodes, 2020-2021) Florian Ast ... visual effects supervisor: inHouse VFX (6 episodes, 2020) Laura Carnegie ... Senior Visual Effects Editor: Mr. X (6 episodes, 2020) Guillaume Charron ... compositor (6 episodes, 2020) Christopher Collis ... visual effects dailies editor: Mr. X (6 episodes, 2020) David Crawford ... visual effects supervisor (6 episodes, 2020) Kay Delventhal ... head of visual effects / visual effects supervisor (6 episodes, 2020) Becca Donohoe ... Head of Production: Mr X Montreal (6 episodes, 2020) Marta Gambertoglio ... digital compositor: Mr.X (6 episodes, 2020) Vincent Gaudin ... Lighting Artist: Mr. X (6 episodes, 2020) Christopher Hummel ... digital compositor: inHouse VFX (6 episodes, 2020) Lorenz Jahn ... visual effects editor (6 episodes, 2020) Saran Kumar ... Production Manager: Mr. X Inc. (6 episodes, 2020) Marco Lusardi ... Lead 3D Asset Artist (6 episodes, 2020) Vincent Febriyanto Mak ... lead compositor (6 episodes, 2020) Florian Martin ... DFX artist (6 episodes, 2020) Meeka McLean ... Visual Effects Assistant Editor (6 episodes, 2020) Maria Mira ... visual effects producer (6 episodes, 2020) Emily C. Moye ... Central Production Manager (6 episodes, 2020) Stefan Müller ... digital compositor: inHouse VFX (6 episodes, 2020) Ximena Novoa ... visual effects coordinator: Mr. X (6 episodes, 2020) Sebastian Nozon ... visual effects supervisor: inHouse VFX (6 episodes, 2020) Gergely Orbán ... visual effects data wrangler (6 episodes, 2020) Jessica Parsons ... vfx production manager: Mr. X (6 episodes, 2020) Sergei Sarichev ... Lead Matte Painter: MR.X (6 episodes, 2020) Maxine Schnepf ... vfx resources manager: mr x (6 episodes, 2020) Shwet Suman Sharma ... compositor: Mr. X (6 episodes, 2020) Linda Spaggiari ... digital compositor (6 episodes, 2020) Annabelle Troukens ... visual effects producer (6 episodes, 2020) Ana Luisa Vassoler ... assets artist at Mr X (6 episodes, 2020) Tashoma Vilini ... visual effects coordinator (6 episodes, 2020) Aude Vitrant ... visual effects producer (6 episodes, 2020) Kara Vallega ... digital compositor (5 episodes, 2020) Katja Wiedemann ... visual effects editorial assistant: Mr. X (5 episodes, 2020) David Agudelo ... digital compositor (4 episodes, 2020) Alan Carreno Esquivel ... digital compositor (4 episodes, 2020) Dmitriy Kirillyak ... digital compositor (4 episodes, 2020) Caraline Gao ... matte painter: Mr. X (3 episodes, 2020) Alfie Rodriguez ... digital environment artist: Mr.X (3 episodes, 2020) Donovan J. Cook ... layout & matchmove artist (2 episodes, 2020) Cleiton Wiggers Werncke ... digital compositor (2 episodes, 2020) Pasquale Giardino ... Key Lighting Artist (1 episode, 2020) Mathieu Milaret ... digital compositor (1 episode, 2020) Daniella Olea ... digital compositor (1 episode, 2020) Maude Rivard ... Lead Assets: Mr. X (1 episode, 2020) Harikrishnan S. ... digital compositor (1 episode, 2020) Tyler Tometich ... main title sequence: Mocean (1 episode, 2020) Ezra Waddell ... crowd artist (1 episode, 2020) Katja Wiedemann ... visual effects editorial assistant: Mr. X (1 episode, 2020) Paul Wishart ... head of build: Mr. X (uncredited) (4 episodes, 2020)
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This is a 2012 colon game show, blizzard makeup contest winner Svetlana Quindt official interview. Svetlana in the interview talked about about her the role of the "diablo 3" female barbarian source of inspiration and design, and to all want to join the Cosplay people to some new Suggestions. Players also can check our atlas to appreciate her works, or review blizzard colon games show reported atlas to appreciate the pomp and her works on the stage.

 

 


Cologne in Germany at the 2012 colon game exhibition, Svetlana Quindt with her "diablo 3" female barbarian Cosplay won the blizzard makeup championship. You can be in our atlas and her studio in the web site to see her Cosplay works, below is our quiz to bring interview!

 

 


Is this work made how long?

 

Probably spent a whole month of time to make this dress up. A few years ago probably need several months to complete a set of clothes, but with the passage of time I learned many, so it will avoid many mistakes. So, this will get done fast.

 

What 's this suit material make of?

 

A complete set of armor is using thermoplastic material Worbla and Wonderflex combination and become. Fabric part I use the artificial fur, furniture leather, etc.

 

Why is the barbarians? What makes you play the diablo 3 "in this role rather than other career?

 

Well, I play of barbarian and mages. Last year, I WangHui based on the wonderful art works produced a sorcerer's disguise. I'm his fan of works, he created a picture is very beautiful savage works. I guess I just for the professional huge size, dressed in armor and details the rich makeup. I also like the diablo 3 "in the wild, full of offensive and very handsome female barbarian modelling. Therefore, WangHui savage works just is my next goal.

 

Are you a long Cosplayer?

 

Began in 2003, but at that time only because Germany to participate in the exhibition and to do so. In 2005 the release of world of warcraft, I really like the cosplay, I had some very crazy idea to play my game role (called Kamui night elf druid). In hand made five suit after, I can say that world of warcraft is really let me as a professional in the origin of Cosplay.

 

For those who want to join the Cosplay people, what advice would you give to them? Or let their own to start?

 

Over the past few years there are a lot of evolution Cosplay. Everyone in the blog or on Facebook to share their experience and production process, writing course is very easy and helpful things. As a beginner of words, just follow others' production tutorial learning can understand a lot, and can start to try creating first set of Cosplay dress up. But you may also need to do a lot of homework and study some inspiration and help, planning is very important. Early start and looking forward to the problems and mistakes. You are homemade dress-up encountered in the process of unable to break through the difficulty and despair is often appear, but if you don't have to give up and continue to try and improve, you will succeed.

 

You like most "diablo 3" in which professional, why?

 

Mages and barbarians difficult to choose between, but that's right, I guess it is the barbarian. I like to jump to a group of bloodthirsty demons and then use whirlwind they beat back to hell, the feeling of home. The barbarian that haggard and bucket strength, and thick solid armor is deep in my heart.



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Barbarian F.C.

British rugby union team

Not to be confused with the Barbarian Rugby Club, also known as the French Barbarians.

The Barbarian Football Club is a British invitational rugby union club made up of two teams. The Barbarians play in black and white hoops, though players wear socks from their own club strip.[2] Membership is by invitation; as of 2011, players from 31 countries have played for them.[3] Traditionally at least one uncapped player is selected for each match.[2][4]

The Barbarians usually play six annual matches: Penarth, Cardiff, Swansea and Newport at Easter; a game with Leicester on 27 December and the Mobbs Memorial Match against East Midlands in the spring. In 1948, the Barbarians were invited to face Australia as part of the Wallabies' tour of Britain, Ireland and France. Although initially designed as a fundraiser towards the end of the tour, the encounter became a popular and traditional fixture. Initially played every three years, it has become more frequent in the professional era, with the Barbarians now often playing one of the national teams visiting Britain each autumn.

On 29 May 2011, at halftime in the Barbarians' match against England at Twickenham, the Barbarians and their founder William Percy Carpmael were honoured with induction to the IRB Hall of Fame.[5] A women's team was established in 2017.

Many rugby clubs around the world are based on the Barbarians model of an invitational scratch team, including the French Barbarians, Australian Barbarians, New Zealand Barbarians and South African Barbarians.

History[edit]

Barbarians team that played Devonshire at Exeter, 1 April 1891

The Barbarian Club was formed by William Percy Carpmael, who had played rugby for Cambridge University,[6] and had been part of the Cambridge team which had undertaken a tour of Yorkshire in 1884.[7] Inspired by the culture behind short rugby tours he organised his first tour in 1889 with Clapham Rovers,[7] which was followed by an 1890 tour with an invitational team calling themselves the Southern Nomads.[8] At the time practically every club ceased playing in early March and there were no tours and players just 'packed up' until the following season. In 1890 he took the Southern Nomads – mainly composed of players from Blackheath – on a tour of some northern counties of England.

His idea – collecting a touring side from all sources to tackle a few leading clubs in the land – received strong support from leading players, particularly ex-university players. On 8 April 1890, in Leuchters Restaurant and later at the Alexandra Hotel in Bradford, the concept of the Barbarians was agreed upon.[9] The team toured later that year and beat Hartlepool Rovers 9–4 on 27 December in their first fixture.[10]

The team was given the motto by Walter Julius Carey, former Bishop of Bloemfontein and a former member of the Barbarians:

Rugby Football is a game for gentlemen in all classes, but for no bad sportsman in any class[11][12]

Penarth[edit]

The concept took hold over the years and the nearest thing to a club home came to be the Esplanade Hotel at Penarth in South Wales, where the Barbarians always stayed on their Easter tours of Wales.[13] The annual Good Friday game against the Barbarians was the highlight of the Penarth club's year and was always attended by enthusiastic capacity crowds. This fixture marked the start of the Baa-Baas' annual South Wales tour from their "spiritual home" of Penarth, which also included playing Cardiff RFC on the Saturday, Swansea RFC on Easter Monday and Newport RFC on the Tuesday.

The non-match day of Easter Sunday would always see the Barbarians playing golf at the Glamorganshire Golf Club,[14] in Penarth, while the former Esplanade Hotel, which was located on the seafront at Penarth, would host the gala party for the trip, sponsored by Penarth RFC. The first match took place in 1901,[13] and over the next 75 encounters, Penarth won eleven games, drew four and lost 60. Between 1920 and the first Athletics Field game in 1925, the Good Friday games were hosted on Penarth County Grammar School's sports field.

The final Penarth v Barbarians game was played in 1986, by which time the Penarth club had slipped from its prominent position in Welsh rugby. However, a special commemorative game, recognising the 100 years since the first Good Friday match, took place in 2001 and was played at the Athletic Field next to the Penarth clubhouse the day before the Barbarians played Wales at the Millennium Stadium. Gary Teichmann, captain of South Africa and the Barbarians, unveiled a plaque at the clubhouse to mark the event.

The Final Challenge[edit]

After the Second World War, in 1948, the Barbarians were asked by the British and Irish unions to raise a side to play the touring Australia team, to raise funds for the Australians' journey home via Canada.[10] This started the tradition of the "Final Challenge" – played as the last match in a tour of Britain and Ireland by Australia, New Zealand or South Africa.

'The best try ever scored'[edit]

Main article: The greatest try ever scored

The Barbarian 'Final Challenge' match with the All Blacks at Cardiff Arms Park on 27 January 1973 is celebrated as one of the best games of rugby union ever played.[15] It was a game of attack and counterattack, and the Barbarians won the match 23–11, handing the All Blacks their fourth defeat of the tour. Gareth Edwards scored a try widely considered to be one of the best ever in rugby union.

Cliff Morgan described Gareth Edwards' try:

Kirkpatrick to Williams. This is great stuff! Phil Bennett covering chased by Alistair Scown. Brilliant, oh, that's brilliant! John Williams, Bryan Williams. Pullin. John Dawes, great dummy. To David, Tom David, the half-way line! Brilliant by Quinnell! This is Gareth Edwards! A dramatic start! What a score!!.....Oh that fellow Edwards....If the greatest writer of the written word would've written that story no one would have believed it. That really was something.[16]

Gareth Edwards said of the match:

People tend only to remember the first four minutes of the game because of the try, but what they forgot is the great deal of good rugby played afterwards, much of which came from the All Blacks. For us after the success of the 1971 Lions tour, which captured the imagination of the whole country, it was an opportunity to bring a lot of that side together again.

Traditional matches[edit]

The nature of the Barbarians as a touring side made for a diverse fixture list, but at a number of points in the club's history they have settled for a time into a regular pattern. Most of these regular matches have fallen by the wayside, whilst others continue to the present day:

  • 27 December game against Leicester Tigers – this began in 1909 as the third and final match of the Christmas Tour. It was played for the last time as a regular fixture in March 2006[17] but returned in November 2014 when the Barbarians beat Leicester 59–26 in their 125th anniversary season.[18]
  • The Edgar Mobbs Memorial Match – held for Edgar Mobbs, who was killed in the First World War. Played at Franklins Gardens against Northampton Saints, Bedford Blues or the East Midlands select XV. The first took place on 10 February 1921, and in later years became a tradition on the first Thursday in March. The last Mobbs Match to feature the Barbarians took place in April 2011. Since then, the invited opposition has been a British Army side instead of the Barbarians.[19]
  • Easter Tour – traditionally four matches against Penarth RFC (Good Friday), Cardiff RFC/Cardiff Blues (Holy Saturday); Swansea RFC (Easter Monday) and Newport RFC (Tuesday following Easter Monday). The Penarth match was dropped after 1986 as a regular fixture although in 2001 a special commemorative game, recognising 100 years since the first Good Friday match, was played at the Athletic Field next to the Penarth clubhouse the day before the Barbarians played Wales at the Millennium Stadium. The game against Newport was moved away from Easter after the 1982 fixture due to problems fielding a team for the fourth match of the tour[20] and was played as a midweek game early in the season from September 1982 onwards.[21] The Barbarians last played Newport in November 1996.
  • The Final Challenge – played as the last match in a tour of the UK by Australia, New Zealand or South Africa. Initially played every three years, these games have become more frequent in the professional era. The fixture on 3 December 2008 between the Barbarians and Australia was played at Wembley Stadium, the first rugby union match played there since its redevelopment.
  • Remembrance Day game against the Combined Services, played in November. The fixture was first played in 1997 and the most recent game, in 2014, resulted in a 31–15 win for the Barbarians.[22]

They typically compete against teams from the home nations (England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland) as well as other international sides. Other matches are played against club teams, often to celebrate anniversaries. The 2014–15 fixture list included matches against Leicester Tigers and Heriot's Rugby Club in addition to the Final Challenge game with Australia and the annual Combined Services match.[23] The Heriot's game celebrated the 125th anniversary of both that club and the Barbarians,[24] while the Leicester game was also part of the Barbarians' 125th anniversary schedule.[25] The Barbarians were also invited to play in the first ever Rugby match at the London Olympic Stadium in 2015 against Samoa.

Olympic rugby union centenary celebration match[edit]

Australia was approached by the British Olympic Association to play the Barbarians at Wembley Stadium on 3 December 2008. The match formed part of the BOA's programme of events to celebrate the centenary of the first London Olympic Games where Australia defeated a Great Britain (Cornwall) side in the final 32–3.[26] In 1908 France were the defending Olympic champions, but when they withdrew from the event, leaving just Australia and Great Britain to contest the gold medal, it was then County champions Cornwall who took to the field to represent the host nation. Cornwall had already been defeated in Australia's earlier 31-match tour. Cornwall's 1908 contribution was also further recognised by the presentation of the Cornwall Cup to the winning 2008 captain at Wembley, with the players of the respective sides receiving gold or silver commemorative medals. The 2008 game was the first rugby union fixture to take place in the new Wembley Stadium.[27] Australia went on to win 18 points to 11.

In a change to the tradition of the Barbarians players wearing their own club socks, in this game, they all wore Cornwall's black and gold socks. The break with the tradition was highly regarded by the secretary of the Cornwall Rugby Football Union, Alan Mitchell, who was said to have been humbled by the honour.[27]

Women's team[edit]

In October 2017 a women's team was announced for the first time in the club's history.[28] Their first match was a 19–0 victory against Munster on 10 November 2017, played as part of a double header with the men's team playing Tonga.[29] They subsequently played a match against the British Army in March 2018, winning 37–0.[30]

Their first-ever match against international competition saw six tries scored in a 34–33 victory against the USA at Infinity Park in the Denver suburb of Glendale, Colorado.[31][32] On 2 June 2019, Barbarians Women took on England at Twickenham as the prelude to a men's Barbarian F.C.'s match against an England XV (non-cap match)[33] losing the contest 40–14 (two tries scored to six conceded).[34][35] They went on to beat Wales at the Principality Stadium 43–33 on 30 November 2019 scoring 5 tries to 3 conceded.[36][35]

Matches against national teams[edit]

The Barbarian F.C. have played men's international matches since 1915 and women's international matches since 2019.[37]

Overall[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Barbarians squad picked to play England in the cancelled game on 25 October.[40]

Head Coach: New ZealandVern Cotter

Note: Bold denotes players that have represented the Barbarians in previous matches. Italics represents uncapped players.

Note: Flags indicate national union under World Rugby eligibility rules.

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