Friday, 16 August 2013

Ohhhhh Dredger!!!!!!!!

Finally got this guy finished just a small interlude between adventurers. He's is my Dredger type character from the Sherlock Holmes film. The new ogre from Wolsung would be even more perfect but typical it came out 4 weeks after I purchased this one to convert.

Very nice sculpt very few mold lines. I used the spare bowler hat from the Circ du Noir Apeman and fitted it to his head with a little bit of shaving to get it to sit right. The golf club had the tip snipped off so now its just a walking cane. Not sure what weapon it will be yet either a sword or a bludgeon perhaps. The base is from Fenris games one of there Innsmouth Cobblestone ones that I one from a Facebook Competition.




As I write this I should of got down an EotD figure just to show scale as this guy is quite large.

24 comments:

  1. A very fitting fellow. quite menacing and could be used for Heroic or Villainous purposes. I admire the brush work and colour choices and the top hat crowns the figure incredibly well. I can imagine he would be quite "handy" with the cane as well.

    Nicely done mate.

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    1. Thanks hes really nice could be used in a lot of periods really

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  2. such a dandy jacket he has :)

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  3. Really like that, and I think one of your best. What range is he from, because he has given me an idea or two...

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    1. Thanks Wolsung Miniatures mate. Ogre Bodyguard/minder theres two versions now :D

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  4. Very nice work there Simon and it sure looks the part

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  5. Very Nice, but he's in deep doodoo when that gorilla comes looking for his hat!

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    1. Cheers he'll give that monkey a run for his money though!

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  6. Excellent execution Simon, and a figure with a lot of character!

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    1. Cheers mate they are fantastic quality miniatures from Wolsung

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  7. Fantastic painting, Simon. This and the previous ones. I've been remiss to have checked out yours and other peoples blogs for a few days. Best, Dean

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  8. He looks good, you did a good job on him Simon.

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  9. Excellent figure! The best part of the movie too. :D

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    1. Yeah indeed I wish someone would do a movie homage of Holmes and Watson I would be really chuffed.

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  10. He looks like an evil mastermind, nicely done !

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    1. Indeed he does, I want to pick up the other bruiser now :D

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