Sunday, 3 March 2019

Statuesque Miniatures Phantom Ace and Mak O'Reilly


Finished up another pair of Pulp Heroes this week both male characters for a change. Phantom Ace and Mak O'Reilly both from Statuesque miniatures. I went for a similar scheme to the Sky Pirate for Mak but went for a similar colour for Phantom Ace to the artwork on the Pulp Alley site. I just gave him a red neck scarf to tie him in with the rest of my Pulp figures.

 Phantom Ace



 Phantom Ace comes in a pack with Pulp Girl which I finished in January.
 Mak O'Reilly



 Mak O'Reilly comes in a pack with Gauge who I also finished in January
All my Pulp Sky Pirate figures together. Looking forward to the Pulp Expansion for 7TV its now scheduled to be released at the Game Expo in a few months!

Some really cool figures are being released either alongside or in a small miniature only kickstarter around the time. 





31 comments:

  1. I'm a big fan of the Statuesque Miniatures figures and you've done these proud.

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    1. Thanks Bryan. Yes they are really lovely both sculpts and to paint.

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  2. Really nice job! I love the vibe and the charm you got here.

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    1. Thanks very much Suber. Glad you like them. I am pleased with the overall appearance of the group.

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  3. Those look brilliant Simon! And the new CD figures are really impressive, can't wait to see the entire KS line.

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    1. Thanks very much Ivor! Me Too there are some cool sculpts I really love the look of the gangsters!

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  4. Great job Simon, just been pulled into the not V stuff from Crooked Dice :-)
    Cheers
    Stu

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    1. Thanks Stuart. They are fab minis as well! I just made up a load of Alien Invaders from another theme though and can't justify those as well.

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  5. Great work Simon, these fit in really well with the others you've already done

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    1. Thanks Dave. I am glad they all fit together.

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  6. Statuesque miniatures sure makes some amazing models.
    Superb brushwork you're showing of here.

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    1. Thanks Wouter. They are superb they do some great other lines as well.

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  7. Tremendous job Simon and I am definitely going to need to bag some of those new releases too!

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    1. Cheers very much Michael! Aren't they great!

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  8. Great looking sculpt and wonderful brushwork as always, Simon!

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  9. I've been restricted to viewing your posts on my mobile phone over the past few weeks Simon, and I'm glad I've seen these on "the big screen" - WOW!! Bags of character in the minis, but your painting has REALLY brought them to life :-)

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    1. Thanks sir! They are really nice to paint up.

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  10. Beautifully done Simon! Phantom Ace is such a great character who fits right in with this Zeppelin troopers!

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    1. Cheers Terry. Indeed I think they will make good alternate casts depending on what profiles are available.

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  11. They look amazing Simon. I might have to get some of them myself.

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    1. Thanks Fred they are cracking minis. IF your stateside they are available in the Pulp Alley store

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  12. statuesque make some terrific models. I really need to get some. And soon.

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    1. Cheers very much Clint. They really are nice sculpts. Statuesque sell them in the UK but you can also get them from Sally 4th who sell a number of other ranges if you wanted to combine different things.

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  13. These minis look very nice. Good choice of colors and well painted Simon.

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  14. Great looking paint jobs on great looking miniatures!

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