Saturday, 8 June 2019

15mm Ice Giant from.........

..........Copplestone Castings!

40mm high 15mm scale fecker for Dragon Rampant etc...., nice figure, lots of detail, deserves a better paint job but I try to wargame and paint that way these days.......

Base has since been sorted........





49 comments:

  1. Wow! What a size and terrific paint-job :-)

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  2. Almost reminds one of one's mother in law, eh?

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    1. Stop it now, maybe the second picture?

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    2. I thought he squished a red poppy with his arse on the second one :)

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  3. Impressive miniature, the skintone is a bit too dark for my taste but for the rest I think you did a really nice job painting him.

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  4. My word, he's a big fella! Nicely done Fran.

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  5. Looks a little like his owner only no ginge hair?

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  6. He is a masterpiece, My General!

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  7. Extremely well done Fran 🖒🖒

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  8. Very nice! Reminds me a little bit of those giants in Games of Thrones. :) Who makes that bald guy with the staff on the right, please?

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    1. In this case, I allready own him! :D
      It's not hard to get lost in one's own 15mm collection...

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    2. Very true Miguel, very true!

      http://khurasanminiatures.tripod.com/evil-fantasy1.jpg

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  9. Sure looks great. Did he sit on a tack though? haha

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  10. What a brute! Great work Fran :)

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  11. I like him. You should put a horizontal White stripe on the red Shield on his rear end :-)

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    1. To break up the colour or a go faster stripe?

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    2. https://www.seton.co.uk/traffic-signs-no-entry-symbol.html#TRF0018JP

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  12. Love Copplestone's minis and that giant looks nicely painted.

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  13. Great figue that wouldn;t look amiss amongst larger scale figures either..

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  14. Great looking giant, lovely work!
    Best Iain

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