Sunday, 18 January 2015

State Acquisition Squad: The Sirens Roza.

Been a busy week hobby wise.  Firstly I have finished off two more members of the Sirens. I'll show the other finished member when I've thought up a suitable name for her and a bit of background. Secondly another friendly terrain competition has begun in the Across the Dead Earth facebook group. Nothing to specific maximum size of a CD (or equivalent square)

Roza is the Sirens eagle eyed sharp shooter. A very cautious person by nature and always on her guard just expecting something to kick off at any moment. Due to this Roza is always looking for the best angles to attack or defend and to get a shot off with with her favourite suppressed G36 assault rifle. Roza carries a automatic pistol as a backup.









39 comments:

  1. I do like her, Simon. I particularly like her pink hair and how you have painted her face. Great work!

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    1. Thanks Bryan. I have a few figs with pink hair this week :)

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  2. Roza is a great next addition to your Sirens gang mate. :)

    Excellent minis, lovely painting and a nice colour scheme. :)

    I really look forward to seeing them all together. :)

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    1. Thanks mate. Looking at applying transfers to one of the others but not sure yet lol :D

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  3. Wow - she's a beauty! Something about the way her hair casually flops over part of her face and her piercing eyes - very lovey and realistic. You almost forget she's toting that assault rifle!

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    1. Thanks very much Dean. Raided the bitz box for this one. The Helmets they all wore prior to the head swap were to scifi for there intended use.

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  4. Again well done mate! A beautifull model and your paintwork on her really looks good.

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    1. Cheers Dude thanks very much. I have really enjoyed converting and painting these.

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  5. You are tempting me with across the dead earth. But then I have many temptations. Rosa is a lovely figure and jolly well painted. She may well be cautious it all comes down to how she is played..... me I would probably be far too reckless.

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    1. Can be as cautious or as reckless as you like. Watch this space there shall be some reckless coming soon.

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  6. such an innocent lass that Roza is!

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  7. what a great figure! they are all making me very tempted to do a more sci fi project at some point. Just when I was trying to stay focussed!!!

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    1. Could always have an elite zombie hunter strike team.

      http://www.manticgames.com/mantic-shop/paint-hobby/hasslefree/product/hasslefree-adventurers-lady-soldiers.html

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  8. Wonderful stuff Simon. Just wonderful. A lovely figure but your paint job is truly cracking. Another great "AtDE" piece :-)

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    1. Thanks very much Simon. Glad to find a home for these figures they have bounced around my projects before finding a proper home now.

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  9. Great job Simon! Beautiful paintwork, love the hair and leather cap.

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    1. Thanks very much Bob. It suits this miniature I think.

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  10. Cool once again! I really like the colour combination and how you approached the mini :)

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    1. Thanks very much. It appears a bit hap hazard but when you see the other 3 it will kind of make sense.

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  11. Great job Simon, I'm loving this new crew.

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    1. Thanks Michael. Hopefully finished in the next week or so.

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  12. Hola
    Gran trabajo si señor
    Y para mi gusto magnifico la elección del color del pelo
    un saludo

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    1. Thanks J.D I quite like the hair colour as well.

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  13. She's brilliant, Simon. I love the way her eyes seem to stare right at you. A beautiful sculpt of a dangerous lady. You really did her justice.

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    1. Thanks very much Michael. I have really enjoyed converting and now the painting of this group.

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  14. She looks amazing, great work Simon

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  15. Lovely work on that model Simon.

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  16. Marvelous! She is full of character.

    And an interesting choice of a name, Roza I used to know was a kind old lady that always baked biscuits.

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    1. Thanks I tried to think of a name and my youngest suggested Rosie so I made it a bit cooler by changing it to Roza :D

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  17. Great figure and a great paint-job to match

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  18. Very nice, as ever. That's a big gun she's got, isn't it?

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    1. Thanks. Well I don't think it is really its just got a longer suppressor.

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  19. Lovely painted figure Simon! I like her a lot!

    Greetings
    Peter

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