Sunday, 10 February 2013

7TV Female Agent

It was the littles one birthday yesterday and we had a build a bear party which they both and there friends all really enjoyed. Exhausted but managed to find the time to finish another miniature that has been sitting under-coated on my paint station for a long while is this lady. Another member from the Copplestone Castings Future Wars Corporate Babes 2 pack. I've now finished four out of the five ladies just need to decide on what colour to the clothing/hair on the last one.  I'm certainly going to pick up the first pack just because they are so nice to paint up and everyone likes choice for gaming.....

I had a bit of play and tried to some blue eye shadow it looks OK. I need to invest in some better brushes any recommendations?



Some pics of the other three girls. I may strip and repaint them at some point though.




34 comments:

  1. Great work Simon. a very classy looking lady! Everyone always bangs on about Rosemary brushes or Windsor & Newton 7 range???

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    1. Thanks Ray, I'll have a look into it

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  2. I like that one, especially the hair. Well done!

    The other miniatures in the same pack are a bit implausible as "Corporate" dress - I don't think I've ever seen anyone go to work in a miniskirt, leather boots and a tie! Leastways, not in any type of business with which I've had dealings! Still, you've done a good job on them.

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    1. Thanks mate, I know what you mean its a great excuse to buy some more female mini's!!

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  3. Great work the grey suit with the blue shoes and scarf thing works really well.

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    1. Cheers Smillie, Copplestones are great to paint!

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  4. Are you GOK? You have a fashion sense and a good colour palette! Kidding aside (unless you really are GOK). Very nicely done she looks Brill!

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    1. Thanks, I wish I was Gok, He fondles all those ladies boobies all the while!!!

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  5. Perfect job you done here, and i love this babe in the first pics!

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  6. Very nice ! Especially like the face of the first lady.

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    1. Thanks Mate, You'll find the first one painted this week the rest where done probably over a year ago at least.

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  7. I totally agree with you about this set of Copplestone females. They really are a joy to paint. I just love the girl with the katana.

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    1. Thanks Bryan. The Katana girl is my favourite I will probably strip and re-paint at some point do the miniature more justice.

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  8. Very nice work there Simon and I totally agree Copplestone's figure are great to paint

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  9. Again...Really great paintwork!

    I like how bright she looks.

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  10. You're cranking out some beauties at the moment, Simon, and I'm not just talking about the ladies!

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  11. Stunningly painted - the are all gorgeous. I like the first lady's intense look too. Best, Dean

    P.S. What an intriguing genre!

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    1. Cheers Dean!

      You can do a lot with the 7TV rules, I love spy movies.

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  12. The eye shadow works Simon, very nice touch. I'm using Rosemary brushes and am not happy with them. I'm considering Windsor and Newton as I've heard good things about them.

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  13. I took one look at her and just went "Wow !" and considering it's a 28mm fiugre it'll look even more impressive on the table.

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  14. She looks great, fantastic brush work

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  15. Very nice ladies. The skin tones on all the figures are really effective.

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  16. Great looking pj Simon. You've made great use of black lining, something I need to do more of. The makeup looks good. I've only used gw brushes which are fine but lose their point. I've heard good things about bout rosemary and Windsor newton brushes.

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  17. The eye makeup was a really nice touch.

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  18. Great looking figures, very nice models and painting style!
    Phil.

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