Thursday, 23 December 2010

28mm Painted Tengu Models Son of Yog-Sothoth Comparison Pictures

I got this model (Son of Yog-Sothoth, Cthulhu) from Tengu Models http://www.tengumodels.co.uk/index.htm mainly because I liked the casting and will use it like a T-Virus generated zombie tank but maybe harder to kill? The model looked difficult to build because they recommend pinning and drilling for the tentacles (which I didn't do, I used green stuff, superglue and anger). I have posted some 28mm miniatures with it to give you an idea of scale, I will probably gloss this just to show ooze and try some drip technique on the tentacles, really nice model with very little cleaning required..

Pictures are as poor as ever.



From L to R, 28mm Paul Hicks not The Devils Rejects figure and a 28mm Foundry Detective figure.

Rear of figure.

18 comments:

  1. That thing is awesome. It looks like the mini of the man that's pointing, is giving the Son of Yog-Sothoth directions. "No, to get to the Quickie Mart, you need to turn left at Main."

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  2. Brilliant! It's the blob! Run!

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  3. Very Cool. It reminds me of what happens to Tetsuo from Akira.

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  4. That thing is SICK! Very cool mess of tentacled monstrosity. I'd use it for zombies and for CoC/Pup games.

    Nice use of modeling techniques, anger, I use that myself quite often. I am not sure where but I remember putting together some RAFM CoC figures that also required a bit of anger. Maybe this is something to do with the dark ones themselves that they require anger before they can be completed?

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  5. i like the whole t-virus zombie angle... definitely looks like you could pull it off

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  6. That damn thing is crazy Angry...lol...I love IT!

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  7. "I used green stuff, superglue and anger", classic!

    Love the model, glad you posted it looks great, now I know what's at the top of my 2011 'to buy' list!

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  8. Hee, I also use the 'superglue and anger' method myself.

    Nice work on the fig. Tempted to pick one up now.

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  9. That's a great model. Do they make a Cthulhu?

    P.S. Captcha is on for comments.

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  10. Wow! Looks like the Ice-cream Scoop of Pure Evil has been at work again!

    Would the mini work as a organic Titan-esque construct in 15mm?

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  11. Nice! this looks awesome to keep yourself busy with. Follow you.

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  12. sigh!!!, (shaking his head, in wonder)

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  13. Thats is SO KEWL! I want one as a demon spawn for my Weird WW2 Nazi Occult force :-)

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  14. I am the Gate and the Key... or at least me Dad is!

    Very cool. I guess it could also be used as Shoggoth (like in Michael Shea's "Fat Face" short) :)

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