Monday, 14 February 2011

28mm Painted Heresy Miniature: Doctor Who?

............or as Heresy say Dr Hugh McGrimmon.

This is the Dr Hugh McGrimmon figure from Heresy Miniatures  http://www.heresyminiatures.com/ who looks remarkably like a TV sci-fr hero who saves earth most weeks, to me he is that cocky git who knows everything and annoys the crap out of the locals before saving the day or as a health and safety enforcer.In my games he is a survivor or goverment advisor but he's a nice figure with a variety of gaming uses.

L to R, 28mm copplestone castings and 28mm hasslefree miniatures.for scale and size comparisons.



29 comments:

  1. The attitude is captured perfectly!

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  2. I agree with Lord Siwoc, Mr Who's 'attitude' is simply fantastic!
    Great work mate!
    T.

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  3. Good job, Sir. I've one of these as well, impatiently waiting to see paint.

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  4. Nice paint job and figs.
    Maybe the guy with the shotgun should be pointing it to his left to either take out the annoying git, or the dude in the fancy dress costume?

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  5. brilliantly done. i just love em :)

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  6. The Predator is nice too. like that Dr.

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  7. this figurines look badass, i really enjoy the paint work on em

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  8. Good stuff! What are those tents?

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  9. Me like...:-D
    The Predator is well good.
    Cheers
    Paul

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  10. @ LTl Dad: they are a german company whose name escapes me, often on The Miniatures Page.

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  11. Isn't he the Dr Who who had the fifteen foot long scarf? I still think of him when I wear mine for the winter weather, although he had it year-round. Also of his gorgeous woman helpmate.

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  12. Nah, tis is the 10th, Davind Tennant. The one with the scarf (also generally known as THE Doctor) was the 4th, Colin Baker.

    I have that model myself as well, really, really like it, a supercast

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  13. very cool nice minis! great job on the painting too.

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  15. awesome work on the details and the guy with the trench coat

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  16. Really awesome! Your attention to detail is amazing!

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  17. love David T great paint job

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  18. Love the minis. But the Predator is very cool.

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  19. What a tiny little badass. The hands in the pockets really accentuates the attitude.

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  20. Definitely loaded up with character. I think your take on the mini works well too..!

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