Tuesday, 17 April 2012

Guns Akimbo

Just the one miniature finished this week. The cracking Summer B again from Hasslefree love this miniature. I only wish she had some ammo pouches for those Mac 10's. Decided on a simple scheme for her. What do you think?


I've got two versions of Hasslefree Ken one armed with the shotgun one the pistol. Now I can't decide on uniform...... I'm thinking I want to paint them to match my Sheriff seen here that way I can use them as his deputies.

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  1. Like it. Simple and effective. You know it's good when you start to think about buying it )

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    1. Thanks Clint you know you want her!

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  2. I love her. I'm a big fan of the uzi style sub machine gun, and this mini is on my list of Hasslefrees that I need. The pig tails really bring her up another level.

    I like how you painted her.

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    1. Thanks Adam, There are still so many Hasslefree figures that I need (erm want)

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  3. Not a young lady to cross! Great work Sir, might be in the market for one of those this weekend!

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    1. I wasn't keen on the previous versions but I love this one with the combat trousers

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  4. God model. It's best to follow the KISS rule; Keep It Safe & Simple. Lovely figure. I must revisit Hasslefree. Good job Brummie.

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  5. I'll use a descriptive that rarely gets applied to minis, she'e sexy-dangerous.

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    1. Coming from you Chris that a nice compliment thank you

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  6. Simple is good enough for me :-D She looks....awesome?

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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    1. Cheers Dude. I have not been to happy with my attempts at camouflage in the past.

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  7. I love here, a real nice figure (in both ways)
    Cool paintwork!

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  8. Her T-shirt is looking very wet. I can see her nips. She'd better whip it off in case she catches cold!

    Seriously though, Simon, it's not easy to pull off the wet look on clothing, but you've managed it perfectly here. Well done!

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    1. LOL Thanks Bryan I wasn't actually attempting to do that but now that you've pointed them out (pun intended) I can see what you mean.

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  9. I love her!
    And shouldn't call that "simple", its just made so it looks better from far...because, honestly, on small pics, those pants are rocking good.

    I think we can get you some pouches at TAGs ;)

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    1. Thanks Mathyoo as mentioned above I haven't mastered Camo yet.

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  10. Veeeery nice mate! The simple colours really make them...Erm her stand out!

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  11. Very Nice Brummie, she looks good, with her pig tails and all.... I like the colour choices simple but effective.

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  12. She's a little perky beauty Brummie!

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  13. Hasslefree minis are great and you've done great justice to this one.

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  14. Veeeeery good!! :D

    Really like the boo... ehm, the Wet Shirt effect :D

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    1. Yup!!! :)

      Truly a great miniature.

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  15. Pretty mini! I falled in love with Hasslefree some time ago, and this is very nice

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  16. Very nice Brummie.

    i reckon it makes sense to use the same colours. That way you can play some cop scenarios with them as well.

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