Friday, 11 May 2012

Rogues and Henchmen and Sand castles

This is my first scheduled/timed post as I've been off on my Holidays this week to sunny (hopefully it has) Weymouth with the SWMBO and the kiddiwinks. I'd hoped to have all the figures from both these set finished. But had a bit of brain lock at the last minute and couldn't decide on colours for the two remaining figures. So as you read this I should be woken by the sound of the seagulls and trying to get the car packed for the Journey home later today.

From the Coppleston KKBB range  the Henchmen pack we have 'Oddjob' and 'Red Grant' really great sculpts yet again and practically paint themselves. Not sure about 'Oddjob's' skin tone but the shaved head round the back seems good. Just got 'Rosa Klebb' from this pack to finish off.



Not sure who these guys are based on exactly. They are from Copplestone KKBB range again this time the Rogue Agents pack. I deliberately left the guy with hats eyes black to give the impression they where in shadow to make him appear more sinister. Any ideas who these two are based on? The one left still to be painted from this pack I believe is supposed to be Scaramanga but i'm not sure as he also looks a bit like Largo (The Man with the Golden Gun or Thunderball) I have plans to use some of Crooked Dice heads to recreate some more of the various villains and henchmen.


14 comments:

  1. What a wonderful collection of super villains and henchmen. I do like the Copplestone Casting’s work, great stuff.

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  2. Nice work once more Brummie and it worked with the guy's eyes

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  3. A nicely painted bunch of villains. Sorry I can't help in identifying the mystery men.

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  4. NIce job on these guys Brummie, can'r help identify the others though.

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  5. Great painting Brum, I like the muscle man with the blue tie, reminds me of the Lurker in his thinner days??

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  6. Get bent Ray I was never thin, my poor mother never stopped talking about the birth, anyway not a clue at the moment but great work Brummie!

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  7. Very nice, I especially like Oddjob.

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  8. Really cool figures and nice paintjobs. You've done a really good job with the black suited figures, highlighting just the right amount.

    I have no idea on the identities though.

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  9. These look great as I mentioned on FB.

    How many agents do you have ready now?

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  10. Between six and seven I think. They are all multi use so some will probably become villain's, minions etc

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  11. what a great looking lot of villains, me likes the dude in the Katrate stance ... Fight !

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    1. Thanks he my favourite of the set as well!

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  12. Very "suite"ble men! Excellent painted!

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

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