Saturday, 20 February 2016

Pulp City Lady Cyburn

Well hot off the painting table for Pulp City this week is the lovely Lady Cyburn from part of the Heavy Metal faction and a level  blaster hero. My Plan is to get a level 12 Heavy Metal team prepared ready to have a game with Pulp Citizen at some point in the future. I have a couple more characters being worked on. So watch this space.







29 comments:

  1. Both weird and cute at the same time. Excellent paintwork!

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  2. Sensational stuff Simon, and I am in awe of your brushwork on her eyes. First-class stuff!! I do though miss that mossy doorstep of yours as a backdrop for the photos ;-)

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    1. Thanks dude. It will return at some point unfortunately we moved the garden around and access is awkward and very muddy to get to at the moment.

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  3. She's great...definitely a 'Maria' from Metropolis vibe to her.

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    1. Thanks Gordon. I love the mix of both human body and cybernetic parts its an ace fig.

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  4. She looks fantastic. Definitely up for a game very soon. :)

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  5. She is superb, cracking start Simon.

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  6. Nicely done, Simon. I like how she's looking off to her right.

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    1. Thanks meant to be the glint off of her lenses though. Nevermind :)

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  7. What a brilliant figure! I don't know whether I like her or not though but I do know I will not forget her very soon. Splendid painting though

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    1. Thanks I wasn't sure either to begin with but she was really interesting to paint and i'm pleased with the end result :)

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  8. Excellent work.

    She's got a Dark Knight Returns mutant vibe to her.

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    1. Good point! Funnily enough I watched part 1 of the Dark Knight Returns this week!

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  9. I confess she is one of my least favorites from the Pulp City line, but I like the colour choices you've gone with. She looks simultaneously cute and dangerous.

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    1. I really like her character background as well which kind of inspired me to paint her.

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  10. Great work Simon, especially her face. It looks smooth and was not overdone which is the right call as a thicker coat of paint would have ruined it. But then you already know all this. :)

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