Distractions in Miniature

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Re: Distractions in Miniature

Postby nukesnipe » Sun Mar 01, 2015 10:37 pm

dancingfred wrote:Just to let you know that in the 15mm Civilian Hunter's Pack 2 are
Doctor Who - 11th Doctor - Matt Smith http://www.technologytell.com/entertain ... tor321.jpg

A generic Doctor Who companion...

These next two figures were from a little known British cult zombie movie called Shaun of the Dead
http://136589870a6a35f2061a-300fd00344a ... SHOT_1.png

And the chap holding onto his bowler hat was from an American tv show, I think it was possibly based in Ireland... totally forgotten what it was called.

I had to ask rebelminis who the companion and the bowler hat guy were.


Thanks! You do realize there is no way I'm going to tell my 18-year old he was right.... ;)
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Re: Distractions in Miniature

Postby dancingfred » Mon Mar 02, 2015 5:04 pm

I feel your pain. I had to tell my 10 yr old that he was right about 1 not being a prime number!
It keeps us humble lol.
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Re: Distractions in Miniature

Postby nukesnipe » Mon Mar 02, 2015 5:48 pm

I broke down and told him. When he started to gloat, I asked "How are those college applications going?" The gloating pretty much evaporated. :twisted:
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Re: Distractions in Miniature

Postby nukesnipe » Thu Apr 07, 2016 6:36 pm

Well, I guess I found everyone. Been trying to figure out where everyone went after the LNL forums disappeared.

Last year was pretty slow in the painting department, and this year hasn't been much better. However, I have posted some photos of Lone Gun Man Amazons I manged to finish earlier this year on my blog: http://distractionsinminiature.blogspot.com/

I'm working on some Copplestone Castings 15mm Barbarians. My disappointment with the way the Amazons turned out has prompted me to actually learn how to shade, blend, etc. Working the Barbarians has been slow going, but I think I'm beginning to get the hang of it. I will hopefully have them finished in the next couple of weeks.

I've got a lot of forum reading to catch up on... :shock:
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Re: Distractions in Miniature

Postby THW » Thu Apr 07, 2016 8:18 pm

nukesnipe wrote:Well, I guess I found everyone. Been trying to figure out where everyone went after the LNL forums disappeared.

Last year was pretty slow in the painting department, and this year hasn't been much better. However, I have posted some photos of Lone Gun Man Amazons I manged to finish earlier this year on my blog: http://distractionsinminiature.blogspot.com/

I'm working on some Copplestone Castings 15mm Barbarians. My disappointment with the way the Amazons turned out has prompted me to actually learn how to shade, blend, etc. Working the Barbarians has been slow going, but I think I'm beginning to get the hang of it. I will hopefully have them finished in the next couple of weeks.

I've got a lot of forum reading to catch up on... :shock:


Yep, came back here after a brief experiment over at LnL.
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Re: Distractions in Miniature

Postby nukesnipe » Sat Sep 30, 2017 3:11 am

Well.

A buddy on another forum shamed me by informing me that I hadn't touched my blog in way too long. Take a swing by my blog if you get a chance http://distractionsinminiature.blogspot.com/ to see my latest photos of Copplestone Castings' Barbarian Heroes.
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Re: Distractions in Miniature

Postby THW » Sun Oct 01, 2017 3:28 am

I didn't know they came in 15mm. I had them in 28mm.
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Re: Distractions in Miniature

Postby flashcove » Mon Oct 02, 2017 12:20 pm

Yeah, and the Copplestone's are so nice that I'm trying to come up with a reason to buy them!
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