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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Qwik 54mm: First player finished!

About two and a half weeks from figures arriving to the first one being completely finished; here she is, a female driver (heavily influenced by Brom.) I know I said one team would have red warpaint, and the other blue, but on this figure, I thought red warpaint might make her look a little bit busy. But I DID manage to slip in some red on the two connectors on the right of her torso.

The hammer head is from a Boris figure from Heresy Miniatures (with a new handle made from brass rod.)

I'm also happy with the knee-high boots. I was a bit worried with how those would turn out.

This is my most "Brom" looking figure of the bunch. The rest, on both teams, are a mix of Brom and Road Warrior.

And no, I didn't censor her nipples with Photoshop. I painted the "X"s over them to add to her look. (I copied the idea from another post-apocalyptic image.)


  1. It looks very Dr Who, for some reason that I can't quite put my finger on.

  2. Lovely work as always.
    Oh "The Blood of Heroes". One of my favorite bad movies. "No one knew who invented the sport of Jugging. Or why it was played with a dog's skull...."