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zrunelord02 Apr 2017 2:00 p.m. PST

Hello again all,
Just painted a bunch of GZG minis.
Superb minis all round with some great character.

castrarunis.blogspot.com.mt/2017/04/gzg-security-guards-security-robots.html

Just look at some of the faces & you'll see what I mean. I used the baseball cap wearing colonials as security also.
I have more than enough to man my compound.

castrarunis.blogspot.com.mt/2016/10/scratchbuilt-sprue-stuff.html

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Z

Personal logo Cacique Caribe Supporting Member of TMP02 Apr 2017 3:27 p.m. PST

Truly inspiring!

Dan

zrunelord03 Apr 2017 10:12 p.m. PST

Thanks Dan,
They are versatile enough to be used different systems.
James Bond , Airport Security, Hired Muscle , Crime Syndicate etc.

Now I need to paint more scientists etc.

They also tie in with other types, e.g see the last 2 pics here castrarunis.blogspot.com.mt/2016/07/atvs-starport-stuff.html.

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Twoball Cane04 Apr 2017 6:09 p.m. PST

I like the paint job of the green suited and blue shirts very much.

zrunelord05 Apr 2017 11:01 p.m. PST

Thanks Twoball,
They're my favourite also.

The green was an experiment which came out very good.
- White undercoat, Lime green base , blue/green ink wash , light green highlights.

The blue ones – white undercoat, light blue base, dark blue wash, highlights with several lighter shade of blue.

I like the red ones also but for some reason the red didn't come out as bright/lively as I wished. Even with the application of subtle shades of orange.Might retouch them.

To be fair,the minis are sculpted so well that painting them was easier ( ?? don't know how to explain it – facilitated )

Maxim C Gatling Inactive Member13 Apr 2017 2:37 p.m. PST

the scratch-built vehicles on your blog are excellent. Very utilitarian, great use of recycled material.

zrunelord17 Apr 2017 8:35 a.m. PST

Thank you Maxim,
Glad you think so.
Scratch building is one of the most satisfying aspects of our hobby and reduce,reuse/recycle makes a lot of sense.

My problem is that I'm always running out of space :(:(

Z

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