Monday, August 13, 2012

On the Workbench: West Wind London Thugs

I'm also working on West Wind's pack of 28mm London Thugs, another generic pack of disgruntled Victorian workers and street folk perfect for Victorian science fiction and horror. Some also work for Western games, though the trousers can be a dead giveaway that these are more Victorian than American Wild West.

Again, variations of the bloke on the far left appear in at least one other pack, the Lady Doctor.

Hey, didn't I see the fellow on the left in another pack? Hmmm....Cousins?

6 comments:

  1. Sweet. Your mob will be huge run away!

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  2. Thanks! Yesterday, I worked on these two pack some more, finishing the flesh shadows and lips. I can't wait to get them on the table. I'm itching to work on my vampires and other monsters!

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  3. Both sets of tough-guys are looking fine, Sir.

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  4. 8 reasons to avoid walking though alleys late at night. When you hear them yell "Oi!" run like hell!

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  5. What a great start, I think I'm going to need to get some of these.

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  6. I think these figures live up to their name, don't they! :-) Yesterday, I painted the bloke on the second from the left in the bottom photo to look a wee bit drunk, giving him a redish/pinkish nose, cheeks, and lips. I hope it comes out when I photograph him. It looks neat in person. He just reminded me of someone who drinks a bit too much and then goes out on a riot. lol. I'll keep you all posted.

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