Friday, 8 August 2014

Dept X agent and Squaddie

Couple more figures completed off the paint table this week that have been lingering there for far to long. First up is an unnamed department X agent for when extra characters or small missions require a lesser well known person to take part.





The second is another squaddie in civvies ready to join up with the rest of my agents. Toting a Sterling smg he adds a bit more firepower to the undercover operatives that I already have done.





Have been slowly going through my  Spy Fi collection adding in eyes and touching up some of my older paint jobs. I don't fancy re-painting them all from scratch so adding eyes that I was to scared to seems to have worked well.






 The Wild Ducks are now no longer blinking from the flash!



27 comments:

  1. Well done, nice paintjob and great pictures!

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  2. Tremendous job there Simon. Some very very nice painted figures.

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    1. Thank you very much Clint more Across the Dead Earth figures in bound as well as some project zeke figures :)

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  3. Lovely job dude! Cracking selection of figures.

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  4. Great work mate... the dept X agents looks like the come from the 70s ;)

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    1. Thanks mate. They are exactly for that era :D

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  5. My word, you've been busy Simon - these look amazing!

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    1. Thanks Michael had a fai bit of free time this week.

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  6. Very nice - a great collection and the vehicles add to it.
    Dan

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    1. Thanks Dan the vehicles are awesome I wish I could snag some more at some point.

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  7. They all look much better. Great work, Simon.

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  8. Nice additions and good work with the updates. It is the small things that can often be enough to 'finish' a mini in a satisfying way. Well done for going back to them mate. :)

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    1. Thanks dude. I am a bit more confident with doing those niggly bits now so seems like a good opportunity just to finish them off properly.

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  9. They look all really great,; you're a brave man going back to improving figures that I would have beenmore than happy with in their original state.

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    1. Thanks Joe. I can understand that. I've had to resist the urge to strip them and start again and there in lies madness lol

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  10. They all look great - I like the first guy - he looks so 70's!

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    1. Thanks Dean. The exact look I was going for.

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  11. I love the 'vault' colour scheme on the last bunch. Awesome sauce.

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    1. Cheers dude yes they started out as a small vault themed force for dual purposes but kind of expanded a bit

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  12. Great collection, Simon.

    The Dept. X boys get sports cars while their opposite numbers get stuck with delivery vans? No wonder KGB types are always in a foul mood. (BTW: I think the one van's logo features a kid rolling a body up in a carpet mafia-style.)

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    1. Thanks. I know right its all this incognito stuff its why bond always ends up captured in the movies.

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  13. Peter Wyngarde! Love these! Really nice job!

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  14. A great looking collection of minis Simon

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