Saturday, 17 February 2018

Vuvalini Close Combat fighter

The second of the Wasteland Warriors is finished off and is again equipped for melee fighting. Bringing my finished Vuvalini members upto 5.  I have the two remaining characters from the Wasteland Warriors pack to finish off. I have had some packages arrive this week some of which are for this warband some for others. I also have converted another figure for this warband but more on that once she is painted and ready to go.

I shall need some more figures with ranged weapons I think. Most only have small arms such as pistols. I will have to have a good browse around for figures to convert.






The gangs so far. Just about to be varnished by hand.

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    1. Cheers Ray :) They are lovely miniatures and i'my really enjoying them.

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  2. That is quite a good force you're building up.

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    1. Cheers Bryan. Indeed I am aiming for a round a dozen ish per faction at the minute. But the cool hinges about post apoc is figures can jump between factions quite easily.

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  3. Fantastic job Simon and the gang's looking great - I think this is my all time favourite post apoc group of all time :-)

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    1. Cheers dude. Glad you like them. What is it you like the most about them?

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  4. Another tremendous addition.

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  5. Another nice subdued and very authentic looking paint job, browns and blues are working very well.

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    1. Thank you Ithought I would add a new colour to this one. Not sure on the other two yet.

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  6. Great-looking force, Simon. Good to see the momentum continues and that "Crooked Dice" are still churning out their high-quality sculpts.

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    1. Thank your dude. Indeed as always. I have had some ideasort for some of there other models that could be potential conversion projects for this theme.

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  7. Great painting, and fun model, the ol' trash can lid shield :)

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    1. Cheers dude. Indeed I had to resist going overboard with rust as it thought making it look to worn would make it seem weak and liable to look fallen apart.

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  8. Well done Simon, they look superb!

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  9. Another excellent Wasteland Warrior mate, the whole project is top notch. :)

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    1. Thank you dude. Will have to get a game in with them all soon.

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  10. Great looking survivor Simon, loving your post apocalyptic work

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    1. Thanks Dave. I have some of your vehicles and other scatter terrain on the shopping list.

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    2. No problem, we have a few more coming out in March, including a tanker and a apocalyptic falcon, plus another custom car, will hopefully be showing one of these tomorrow in the usual places we post

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    3. Ooo sounds good! I have got to save some cash up first at any rate :)

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    4. No problem Simon, will have them at Salute, which you can preorder and pay on collection if that helps and guarantee's we have the stock you want when you get there

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  11. Great looking figure. Nice work,

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  12. Nice paint jobs. I'm really liking this series of posts you're doing.

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    1. Cheers very much. Plenty more to come :)

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  13. What they said. I don't think I can really add anything new to this...

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  14. Really cool model.

    However, you keep on typing that word that seems like it should be rude and it’s a bit off putting. :)

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    1. Thanks Kieron. Rude no not at all. Just pretend I said The Many Mothers.

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  15. Great brushwork on what to me would be a fairly uninspiring sculpt. The force is growing though and looks the dogs...

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    1. Thanks Joe the pose is a bit static but I understand that its a re-purposed model which had different equipment previously.

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  16. Wow, I love this one. The pose is cool, and the paintjob makes her justice. Nice work!

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  17. I love what she is using as a shield ... very unique. Well realised painting-wise as usual of course!

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