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Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Gangster Pulp and Hasslefree Modern (PICTURE HEAVY)

As these figures posted on the Analogue Challenge Hobbies Painting Blog yesterday, I'm going to keep the verbiage to a minimum. I'm rolling two separate posts into one in order to minimize the number of posts I have to do on my blog this month.

First up are the Pulp Gangsters from my Secret Santa.











This is Finn, a 25mm figure from Hasslefree sculpted by Kevin White.





Hasslefree Juveniles, scaled to 25mm and sculpted by Kevin White. (NON POINT SUBMISSION)


Thus far I have had six submissions to the Challenge as opposed to three for the same time period last year. Also I am now submitting more non-themed entries than themed Bonus entries, a goal I set for myself this year.  

With these figures I have finally cracked 100 points. 

36 comments:

  1. Lovely job Anne, you are certainly putting my challenge contribution to shame.

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  2. Nice job on the gangsters. And the setting for that last one is perfect.
    Go Anne - paint, paint, paint!!

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  3. Wonderful work here Anne! Those gangsters are really impressive!

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  4. Fabulous work m'dear. Your painting goes from strength to strength :)

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  5. Cracking figures there Anne and the paintjob on them is lovely and rich in colour

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  6. Marvellous artwork - the "tough guy" facial expressions are superbly painted. :D

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  7. Excellent painted figures! I like Finn most with his waving hair! Looks like he is moving!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  8. Astounding stuff Anne. Simply beautiful paintwork :-)

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  9. Again, very nice figures and awesome painting work ! I like a lot your "smoothy" colours !

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  10. Love the fabric on the gangsters and Finn. Subtle, but some of the nicest work you've done, Anne.

    FMB

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  11. Great and beauty paint , aways some great progression on your works Anne , i love it and your technique .
    Slainte !
    Vincent .

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  12. They're all great, Anne. Love Finn's hair!

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  13. Looking good, Anne. The customized bases(s) are nicely modeled.

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  14. They are very splendid indeed. I do like the choice of colours on the gangsters, very restrained and sober.

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  15. Pffft cheating with two posts in one, how despicable of you.

    Awesome job on all of them, the gangsters are my favorite. 100 points isn't too shabby either, I think not sure on the point system lol,

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  16. Congrats Anne, cracking work, true little masterpieces!

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  17. Love these gangsters Anne, truly impressive!

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  18. I'd really like to see you do an army unit.

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  19. You have come so far with your painting skills. I would really like to see some of these in person sometime. Congratulations on hitting your goals for the challenge too! I would love to participate but its just at the wrong time of the year for me with painting competitions right around the corner in February and April.

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  20. I love those gangsters and the shading work you did on their coats. And the one holding out his gun? So gangster. Or 'gangsta,' if you will. Also, that base for the "juvenile delinquents" is just fan-freaking-tastic.

    I don't know how points work, but if it's anything like Whose Line Is It Anyway, then I'd be happy to give you all of mine. Since they're made up. Here's 4,000 more points. Don't blow 'em all in one place, alright?

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  21. Fantastic work on all of these, Anne. The colors really give them life and the photography is really good too. I particularly like those girl juvenile delinquents!

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  22. Although not a favorite of the ganger models ( not enough details in places ) the painting on them are fantastic! Love the texture you put into the coats there especially!
    And the juvies in the socket.. perfect set up. Looks just like the kids in my neighbourhood! Dunno if that is fully a good thing though ;)
    Go go on with the challenge!

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  23. You is always using such lovely colours which radiate with warmth, dahlink! The second one is kinda hunky with that blond hair :) And I love the green background that you've used, it accentuates them really nicely

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    1. Dahlink, I hear you is having a freeze over there, just dropping by to see if you're OK and warm?

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  24. That's a powerful bit of painting. Lovely work :O)

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  25. Some great looking miniatures as usual. Love your usage of colours. Nice lookings sculpts, some comic book feel on the gangsters.

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  26. Lovely paintwork and the bases look really good on all.

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  27. The shading makes em, great work there Anne

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  28. Anne; very very nice work on all pieces; love the color choices; especially on the kids mini....the shading on all pieces....awesome...admittedly I dont know about point versus non points but 100 points is good ! grate work
    on the eyes on finn.....the dude looks almost real... I like the girl with the ball bat the best in the last miniature and the dude with the machine gun the best in the first round...even his tie is straight !!! Laura..nose kisses to kitty fang ♥

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  29. Fine work Anne, and keeping on turning it out... Now how about some Pulp in stripes ...

    Love the last vignette.. It's a cracker.

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  30. Really nice work Anne, your turning into a top painter!

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  31. Great job on them all! Well done on breaking the 100pt barrier as well.

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  32. This is inspired painting, Anne! The juveniles vignette is my favorite but only just so. Your painting is matched by your superb basing and photography too. I'd call it a triple play! ;-)

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  33. Wow. These guys are phenomenal! I love the base on Finn. It's very creative.

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  34. These are just wonderful. I have one of the same Pulp Figures gansters on my desk; I'm using it for scale as I build a pulp paddle steamer. Mine is going to have to get some more work after seeing yours.

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