Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Kitbash Games Punchline

With training and just being really busy in general I've found very little time for hobby recently.
I did manage to get a bit of painting in the weekend and got my second Kitbash Games figure finished. This time the Shadow Axis Villain Punchline!

You can read more about the dashing fellow here. Cracking model to paint its single piece and has some really nice details that are easy to pick out.




Next to Roughneck the first one I finished a few weeks ago.

Had a few packages arrive this week and have some plans for the future 7TV days coming up but more on that next time.

32 comments:

  1. What a fabulous looking piece, nicely done Simon.

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  2. Excellent work Simon. Looks great. :)

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    1. Cheers dude. Thank you it was a pleasure to paint.

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  3. I could well see him teaming up with the Joker.

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    1. I can see that as well. I am thinking of getting some masked perps to go with him to use in 7TV.

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  4. Fantastic. But it really explains the term 'coulrophobia'! :D

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    1. Ha thanks Suber! Indeed I do find them a bit creepy.

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  5. That guy is super disturbing.. ­čśÇ

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  6. Great work Simon, very nice work on the face defining the make up line and skin, I think Thanos might be missing a glove by the look of this model ! LOL

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    1. Cheers Dave, Ha perhaps Thanos stole one of Punchlines gloves!

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    1. Thanks Fran he was fun todo. Far different to my normal colour schemes.

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  8. At first i din;t realise that he was another member of the Joker's gang, but he does loothe part for whatever you use him for.

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    1. Indeed he would fit in well with a Jokers band. I shall use him for the Kitbash Games Supers rules when they come out and will lead my motley Clown crew in 7TV.

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  9. That's an great looking figure Simon! Cool pose too :)

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  10. Wonderful work again, Simon. The colorful clothing only adds to their scariness!

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  11. Great work mate - funny how clowns have fallen almost entirely into a horror/villain trope these days....

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  12. The clown has a nice pose and the colors you used were apt for the piece. Nice work Simon!

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  13. A sweet looking model Simon.
    The colours you used fit the model perfectly.

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