Saturday, August 10, 2013

Victorian London gentlemen - Empire of the Dead

With the EotD Requiem figures getting nearer to their delivery time, I have been trying to clear my back log of Westwind EotD figures - mostly civilian background types, that can be used as 'prey' in some of the scenarios, or indeed 'the mob' in another...

Here's the latest four I have managed, London gents...

On a stroll past the cemetery...


Gent about town...

Mysterious gent...

Fending off the muggers...


"Hello ol' chap, how the devil are you?

I have some more police inspector types to do, and more general civilians, plus a bunch that will make a nice mob or street gang...

Not long now till Requiem!

27 comments:

  1. These are really excellent! Can't wait for my first figures!

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  2. Very nice! I think 'fending off the muggers' is actually discouraging poor hungry street urchins begging for shillings ;)

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    1. Thanks, that reminds me I need to get some street urchins...

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  3. Great work. I better clear the large FOW pile of painting to make way for the requiem dudes. Great addition to the gents faction. I have gentlemen with guns arriving so Ill be adding those to my Lead Adventures miniatures.

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  4. Nice additions to the collection Scott. I really like the mysterious gent and the one fending off the muggers!

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  5. They look great! Love the scarf on the gent fending off muggers. Looking forward to requiem. Dan and I will have to come up for a game or two.

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    1. Most certainly, I look forward to it!

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  6. those are amazing, Scott, and the setting for them is just flawless

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  7. Very cool looking figures Scott!

    Christopher

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  8. These are great, you do know that it's pointless trying to reduce your load don't you? :-)

    Ian

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  9. Very nice. I like the color on #1 and the pose on #3 best.

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  10. Nice work. Where are these figs from? The West Wind Gothic Horror range, or Vampire Wars, or something similar? The Mysterious Gent is a must-have.

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    1. Thanks. I am fairly sure they were in their Vampire Wars, Jack the Ripper line but having checked just now I can't see them listed... how odd!

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  11. Very, very cool figures, Scott. Your superb painting brings out all of the fine details. The "Mysterious gent" looks very unique with his long hair too. Best, Dean

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    1. Many thanks, yes he is my favorite, reminds me a little of Gary Oldman as a Dracula as a gent about London with Mina in the movie...

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  12. Lovely work Scott. Love the cemetery as well.

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  13. Very nice, certainly captured the look

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  14. I love these Scott, really well done.

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  15. Some nice minis here. By the way, is that terrain something you made yourself in the background?

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    1. Thanks, yep see here for more: http://scottswargaming.blogspot.co.nz/2012/11/graveyard-or-cemetry-empire-of-dead.html

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    2. Dont know why that got spaced out, blogger doing weird stuff again...

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  16. Top banana old bean (I've been playing lots of VSF and its starting to do weird things).

    Gotta say I can't see that Mysterious Gent being prey for anyone! Also I swear I've seen him wandering about Whitby :-)

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    1. LOL, thanks Ste, I think you raise a very valid point! ;-)

      Ah Whitby, great place for a ride out to through the North Yorks moors, and a stop for fish and chips - fond memories...

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  17. Excellent paintjob, Scotty!
    I can't wait to see them near your terrace houses when finished.

    Cheers
    Stefan

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