Friday, 6 December 2013

28mm African Big Game


Just a bit of fun to mark the completion of 'Biggles Hunts Gig Game', some of my very own big game!  Discovered, lurking at the bottom of the lead pile, the lion and crocodile are from 'Steve Barber Models', whilst I think the Water Buffalo is from 'North Star Military Figures'.  




A quick size comparison shot with a 'Copplestone Castings' armed Archeologist, who was last seen fleeing the edge of the table closely followed by the snarling lion!  



37 comments:

  1. All very impressive Michael! Really like the croc!!

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  2. Those are fantastic. The croc is very expressive, but I love that lion!

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  3. Great fauna for a lot of different games.

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  4. Looking great, love the natural color pushing, looks like you really had fun with the painting. I especially love the croc.. so menacing.

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  5. very nice animals!
    i like your way of painting them.
    bye

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  6. What you do with your figures is amazing !
    I love those animals: the painting work is perfect, like always!

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  7. Fabulous trio! I especially love the subtle coloring on the water buffalo!

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  8. Some damn fine painting Sir, Love the Croc!

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  9. Beautifully done Michael! Can't wait to see your Tarzan figure to go with them.

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  10. Your blends are so good Michael, fabulous work again.

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  11. Love the animals. It looks like they have a chance against the hunter.

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  12. Great job Michael. Especially like the lion.

    The fact that the Steve Barber minis seen here are listed as "25/28mm" always concerned me a bit. They appear to scale very well with the 28mm Copplestone though.

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  13. All look fantastic, Michael - but I especially like that croc. Best, Dean

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  14. Very nice though I am surprised you are still putting out minis, rather than prepping!

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  15. Always a pleasure to see your painting skills. Top notch as always.

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  16. Very nice all three of them! Great work as always!
    Panagiotis

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  17. Michael, these are excellent but that croc is outstanding the shading is superb!!

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  18. Love all three, no one seems to do animals quite like you

    Ian

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  19. Superb! The Buffalo is particularly good!

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  20. A fearsome lion - and the explorer only has a little pistol. He's days are numbered me thinks.
    Cheers
    Dan

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  21. I´d be Lion if I said I didn´t like em. The crocodile Looks well evil!!

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  22. Beautiful! Mr. Biggles out walking his pets early one Saturday morning (with no worry of being mugged).

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  23. They all look great but that Lion is fantasticaly sculpted. Great paintjobs on them all!

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  24. Very impressive. Absolute amazing paintwork on some quite unusual stuff.

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  25. Superb painting and basing Michael.
    PAT.

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  26. Where's your hippo? They're deadly!

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  27. Superb paintjob, Michael.
    Eye-candy as always.

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  28. Love the buffalo, most intimidating!

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