Saturday, 2 June 2012

Sheriff and Deputies

A little update finally got my two Hasslefree Ken's finished off both armed with different weapons and I used separate coloured skin tones to make appear more individual. I'm not sure what I did different with the shotgun armed variants as his shirt  has ended up a shade lighter? to the pistol guy/sheriff. I obviously must not of used the same mixture of paints when mixing up the colours for the shirts but never mind I think it still kind of blends in.




16 comments:

  1. Nicely painted set of figures, Simon. I see you've caught the spring-cleaning bug and given your blog a new make-over and got yourself a new profile piccie. Nice!

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  2. Thanks Bryan Decided to have a change on facebook today and then I changed it everywhere!

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  3. Nice job on those. I really like the way the stripe on the pants leg came out. Really adds a lot.

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    1. It adds that little bit of colour I think breaks the miniatures up

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  4. They look excellent Brummie, LJ is right about the trouser stripe too.

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  5. I like the background, not obtrusive and allows the writing to be seen.

    Agree with the others trouser stripe really adds to the figs. Good Job.

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  6. Nice.l've alwys like cop models, it's a shame there weee not that many around when I started. Good modelling.

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  7. Wow! It is all change round here, love it! The miniatures are pretty fine too, great work all round Sir.

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  8. What? Where? Who? CHANGE! We do not work well with change! AAAARGGHH!!!!

    Hehe looking good mate. And the models are pretty nice! I really like the attitude of the one in the middle! Bad cop!

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  9. I really like those uniforms Brummie. They look spot-on.

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    1. Thanks I wanted something different other than Black or Blue Uniforms

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  10. These sheriffs look good, I also have the shotgun version, Hasslefree rock.

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  11. Great painted figures! They will scare the bad guys of! ;-)

    PS: nice make over :-D

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

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  12. Great figure, and this post is also a useful way to compare scale for different manufacter!

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