Friday, 10 May 2013

Artizan Field Agent

Sorry for not visiting your blogs much this week short staffed at work so its been a lot busier than normal.

Just the one figure finished off another generic agent type for 7TV not sure who the model is based on answers on a post card.

Figure is from Artizan design KKBB range there Field Agents II Pack couldn't decide on a colour scheme and decided to copy the artwork he is another figure whose been sitting in on the work bench for far to long a time so glad to get him finally finished off. I have done some work on some other 7TV figures more on that the weekend when I finished the off last few bits on them.



43 comments:

  1. Great work again Simon. You have quite a collection now for this era.

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    1. Thanks mate. I love this Era its got such a lot of potential for fun and there are some lovely miniatures available to get for it.

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  2. Nicely done Simon. You've really got me thinking about these figures. Oh God, I can't afford to get into anything new.

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    1. Spoken like a true lead addict! :) I was thinking the same thing though!!! Great job Simon.

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    2. @Anne Thanks, I think we all get that syndrome you just have to be strong and stick to your guns. If your a collector/painter it matters not so much you can buy what you like.





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  3. So tempting to get some spies. And villains and henchmen and goons and exotic terrain and...

    OK, I'm fine now. Carry on.

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    1. LOL ha ha, I love spies and stuff.

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  4. Very nice mate I like the colours you have chosen.

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  5. Yep top marks

    tempts me for sure

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    1. LOL Cheers Keith bit big for you though?

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  6. Great wrk Simon , nice model
    Cheers

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    1. Thanks Joe, Great to see you on the blogosphere again

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  8. he seems like he knows his way with the gun....

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  9. Great work on a nice looking figure. Its irritating when real life interrupts hobby isn't it!

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  10. The color and shading on the suit gives him a real 70's feel. I was sure I was over these figures years ago. But if you keep this up I may have a crisis.

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    1. Thanks Uh Oh Be aware then more coming this Sunday :D

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  11. Another cracking looking model Simon. Great job on the eyes mate.

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  12. Hey hey hey. Good painting mate. Love the grey suit!

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  13. Very cool work Simon, my postcard is on the way!

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  14. Great looking agent there Simon with some lovely painting skills on display.

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  15. Great paintjob, Simon and a nice figure to boot.

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    1. Thanks Bryan :D Now he's done I really like him yet I couldn't motivate myself to finish him...go figure.

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  16. All of the above + 1! I have always liked Artizan's sculpts.

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    1. Thanks mate. I like a fair few especially there pulp and kkbb figures.

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  17. Great looking addition to the crew, Simon. Best, Deean

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  18. Trying to catch up on all the posts I've been missing.

    I think copying the colour scheme was a good plan. It looks great. But did you have any other colours in mind before finally deciding on copying the colour scheme?

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    1. I'm like that sometimes. Erm I wanted to do something different and couldn't decide at all on what. The mini just then sat on the table for a loooooong time so to clear my queue down I decided to just stick to the colours on the display page. :D I've got 95 miniatures arriving end of next month when the EotD Requiem Ks lands I need to try and clear my desk down.

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    2. Wow!!! 95?! Enjoy painting all that mate :D

      I'm still working on the Dwarves currently, well, not until I finish relocation, etc, but that's what I was last working on. Then there's still over 100 to go.

      Bit by bit you get there though. Well, when you try making more original models, you end up having more to paint than you started the day with, but it's all fun and enjoyable in the end.

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  19. Oh I shall I can't wait only 4-5 weeks to go. I still have around another 30-40 28mm figs in the leadpile waiting for me to do stuff to them and the same again in 15mm.

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