|Historian, Janitor, two VIPs, Analyst and Scientist|
Another couple of Mercs civilians and the final batch for now.
|A surprised Historian and a Janitor that just doesn't care one way or another|
I still have some ten left, but they have to wait. Next for Mercs are two handful of security types that are slowly assembled and waiting to join the painting queue.
|You have a cheap copy of my unique designer dress! Two VIPs that had very strange faces needing plastic (or rather resin) surgery with a sharp scalpel. They still look rather wonky.|
Welcome follower Shades. Hope you will enjoy the site.
|Copies of civilians I painted in the first round, an Analyst and a Scientist.|
Really great loking Civilians!.ReplyDelete
More civilians on the painting table now, but for pulp games.
Lovely characters Joakim.ReplyDelete
The mins from Mercs are much better than I expected. Lots of character even though some of them are a bit strange-faced
Smashing stuff, great poses, lovely painting :-)ReplyDelete
Nice looking civilians Joakim. Very useful for lots of games.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Simon!Delete
You can never have to many civvies! More on the painting table now, but pulp this time.
I like them a lot and also like your bold and simple colour schemes, though they do look a little odd.ReplyDelete
Simple... yes! No buckles, no ornamentation, no details to speak of. Very nice for a change. Makes for rapid results.Delete
Civilians, we need to see more of them in urban skirmish. Give a lot of character to the games and great scenario ideas.ReplyDelete
You're so right. More civilians to come very soon at a blog near you...Delete