Wednesday, October 02, 2013

The Mob! Empire of the Dead...

I managed to finish my last but one pack of outstanding EotD themed figures; the 'London Thugs' pack from Westwinds Vampire Wars range. There were 8 figures, as below, in the set, and they seemed the perfect bunch to represent the Mob, in the game...

London Thugs 

...but the mob required 10 figures, so I have tagged in a couple of other previously done civilians to make up the numbers...

The Mob!

I only have a pack of 4 Zendarian heroes left to do, before my Requiem figures arrive... In the meantime, I have got 3 facings of my current terrace building brick etched, just one more side to go...

21 comments:

  1. All go for you, isn't it! I still don't know how you crank them out so fast to such a high standard...

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    1. Thanks! Ah, a 'little' bit of hobby work each day adds up over time... An understanding wife helps too! ;-)

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  2. They really great and full of character!

    Christopher

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  3. Great stuff Scott - sounds like the second house is moving a whole lot faster for you than the first. The carpet makes a good base for the street scene, which has got my thinking as to a base for my victorian streetscape I am going to do

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    1. Thanks, yes making solid progress this time... Its actually just an off cut of material (my mother-in-law sews). Works well enough for the photos, but sadly isnt big enough for a full board.

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  4. Very cool Scott! The people over here inLondon seem quite similar still. Err, not so much to be honest. Things are starting to get exciting with all this empire of the dead stuff arriving and being in London is giving me ideas.

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  5. Awesome looking mob there Scott! Great work!

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  6. Top-notch brushwork, Scott. Impressive dental work! Dean

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  7. The mob looks great. I need to get some figures myself for the normal and the zombie mobs!

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    1. Yeah I still want the Zombie set, I'm bound to do a Darkfire club at some point!

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  8. Very nice work Scott. I quite like the bases - simple yet effective.

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    1. Thanks, I use DAS clay, and score in a pattern

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  9. Those are superb Scott, really nicely done.

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  10. These look great, I just hope you time it right, would not want you to find yourself figure-less ;-)

    Ian

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    1. LOL, no worries there... there's always FoW stuff and mountains of LOTR still to do... ;-)

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  11. Very good, Scot.
    It's a pleasure to see your collection grow in such an excellent way.

    Cheers
    Stefan

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