Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Singh Loyal Man Servant

Finished this chap off on Sunday night finally after he lingered around on the paint table for far to long. Still not sure on the skin tone but calling him done. The figure is from Micro Art Studios Wolsung range 'Abinav Singh' I named him simply as Singh after a similar character from the film 'The Wolfman'.

Work continues on the zombies for Zombtober. I also have converted a WGF Survivor for my final Zomtboer weekend entry.





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  1. I love the skin! Not sure how "Indian" it is, but it has this morbid feel to it, perfect for a horror game.
    Those pastel colours are surely becoming your trademark!

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    1. Thanks buddy. I looked at different skintones and tbh there is loads of choice.

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  2. Very striking. I'd say the skin tone was spot on. Many Sikhs are not that dark at all.
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f9/Sikh_wearing_turban.jpg

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    1. Thanks very much. As a Lords retainer I expect he would wear fine clothing. Thanks very much and thats what i thought.

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  3. Looks good to me. The colours seem vivid and more like southern India in my opinion but maybe it does not matter where he comes from exactly. Brick Lane Perhaps!

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    1. Cheers Clint. Yeah my thoughts exactly he travels whereever his master goes always protecting his back when needed.

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  4. Blimey, that's a big gun! Looks like a 40mm calibre, at least.

    Very nice model :-) .

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    1. Thanks indeed its huge I had to have something big and heavy duty well just because it looks good!

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  5. If he had shot and killed any of my gaming pieces, he would have had me shouting KHANNNNNNNN as in Khan Noonien Singh ... get it get it ... sigh, I must start reading more non-Star Trek books. -_-

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  6. Nice work dude! That gun could surely bring down a dinosaur.

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    1. Thanks. Yes and hopefully, Zombies, Werewolves, Vampires and mechanical men.

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  7. Cool looking model mate.... great work.

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  8. Nice paint job on a figure I don't recognise. Who made him, Simon? Oh, and did he get his gun from Games Workshop? LOL!

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    1. Sorry missed that part doh! Thanks Bryan he is made my Micro Art Studios for there Wolsung steampunk range.

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  9. You're getting quite adept at the pastel shades, a very distinctive style that you've made your own, one I really like btw.
    The gun is fitting for steampunk I'm guessing able to bring down either an elephant or land-ship.

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    1. There are a lot bigger things in Wolsung from Ogres to mechanical Golems. However I think it will find plenty of use in Empire of the Dead.

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  10. Terrific stuff. Nice figure, lovely paintjob and enormous gun!! He's not planning on going down any London sewers to take down a giant cuddly rat is he...? Weng-Chiang will be most upset :-)

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    1. Thanks very much. Singh shoots whatever his master tells him to.

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  11. That has a lot of character in him.. great job there!

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  12. What an awesome character Simon, I love it.

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  13. He looks great mate; excellent work and superb addition to your VSF stuff. :)

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    1. Thanks dude. I'm in the mood for some VSF so may return to EotD after Zomtober has finished :)

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  14. He looks cool mate, I love the colour selection you used

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