Tuesday, 26 March 2013

28mm Foundry Painted "Ladies of Negotiable Virtue"........

....or as they call them "Ladies of the Night" from their Victorian range. May contain nudity!

They can be used for the Wild West or maybe some Victorian sci-fi shenanigans, I can hear Curt sighing from here!









63 comments:

  1. Help me kind, sir... what kind of music would be their background?

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  2. Like the two on the ends!
    They would work well for a steampunk setting also.

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  3. My kind of girls....:)

    Steve

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  4. I can see you spent a bit of extra time in painting these up Francis. Methinks your brush lingered long in some places :)

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  5. Hi Fran,

    Very nice indeed! A friend of mine produced a HOTTs army of such figures complete with all manner of strange and exotic things best left on the pages of 50 shades of grey....

    (He is a rather unusual chap to be sure....)

    All the best,

    DC

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    1. Are you saying I'm unusual?

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    2. He says it lik e its a bad thing!

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  6. Nice minis, Fran! Good thing you already got the Law in Angry to keep things getting too rowdy! ;)

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    1. I'm a wargamer, I don't get out at all!

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  8. Is it just me or does the broad in the light blue dress have a mustache?

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  9. Nice work Fran! The lady in red has a rather large pair!!

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  10. It's the same with a tart as it's the grocer, the customer see's what he gets in advance ;-)

    Ian

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  11. Great work on these!
    Giggedy giggedy!

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  12. My kinda ladies!

    I concur with Dave - Giggedy giggedy indeed

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  13. Is something wrong with me if I say I like them a lot?

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  14. Negotiable and ample virtues, as well.

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  15. An ornament for any greasy, dusty Wild West gin mill.
    A nice view anyway...

    Cheers
    Monty

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  16. Some great paintjobs.
    Each of those miniatures has a couple of great features.

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  17. Very nice Fran you should have a go at the Ripper demo game for EotD with these.

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  18. I didn't realise they had plastic, sorry - cosmetic surgeons back then.

    Great fun figures Fran! :)

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    1. ps, I assume that the township they live in is in Silicone valley?

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    2. Stop it now, just natural firmness!

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  19. Every western town needs a brothel, and every brothel needs these working inside, nice paintwork Fran

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  20. Well howdy ladies! ....It gets mighty cold in these parts you might want to dress up warm. (You need no encouragement from me. But Yeehaw!)

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  21. oooh, those are some naughty ladies.

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  22. Very nice. Perfect for games of Dr Who, 7TV or Empire of the Dead

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  23. So branching out and trying to get dough from other businesses huh?

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  24. If one is not too nitpicking about 'historical accuracy' two of them -perhaps three, with a hat conversion- could equally appear in a 18th C. 'Lacepulp' / Pirates setting.

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  25. So does this mean we are going to see the rejects do a western shootout battle report?

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  26. Those look great Fran! I have been debating about getting a couple of those Foundry packs. Where there is a saloon there will be soiled doves and there are a lot of saloons in Calamity.

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  27. They look great - especially in formation :) Dean

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  28. Nice figures. They do look authentically nasty and unwholesome. How do gamers use them in a game?

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  29. That woman is showing off those ankles! How scandalous! How could you have such figures in your collection?! There are children around!

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  30. Sexy and historically very informative...great post, no doubt and nice sculpt...
    Phil.

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  31. Nice establishment to drop by in the afternoon for some tea and strumpets!

    JJ

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  32. Nice work as always... I take it they are all paid up members of the Seamstress Guild though?

    I agree with DWei, the unexpected sight of female ankles near drove me to unspeakable acts... a cold bath and extra Bromide in my cocoa is called for!

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  34. They are perfect for Deadwood!
    Very nice painting work, Fran.

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  35. Good work, like always!
    those women are not exactly my "cup of tea", I find them too much "painted" !!

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  36. Nice ladies, like the painting on the windows, very nice.

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  37. Just keeps reminding me I can't be dirty with them in Red Dead Redemption.

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  38. These are fantastic, Fran! I love the lady on the left. Such competition between them all.

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  39. These are great, Fran. Painted strictly in the interest of historical and anatomical accuracy. Job well done!

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  40. Safe to say their virtue is nonexistent rather than negotiable!

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  41. They look great AL, but I now have visions of a miniature Ray doing unspeakable things to them.

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  42. Great figures and a cracking finish!

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  43. Not a cheerful bunch, are they? But they add a certain authenticity!

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  44. Hmmmm, nice wenches you have here Fran.

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  45. Very nice Fran, how much for an hour ?

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  46. I always like your civilians!

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