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Instead of a "BANG", humanity is passing away with the shuffling of dead feet, and hungry moans. Desperate men and women fight against the rising tide for the newly risen dead.Sometimes, though, the undead are not he most dangerous things out there. Civilization has failed the test; the only thing left is survival.

Lazarus is just one of many places where humanity holds on by a thread, and life and death come as easily as a roll of the dice.

Friday, September 9, 2011

Bodyguards/Hired Guns

Whether it's a high stakes drug deal, a diva with a stalker, or the end of the world, ala the undead, there are people willing to pay for protection.  With the right skill set, a person, or persons, could survive and prosper.  Here are a couple of former hired guns who are not only capable of protecting themselves, but any one with the resources (cash isn't worth much these days), as well.
























These are a couple of Foundry "Street Violence" figs I pick for a buck a piece at a local show 2-3 years ago. As a range, "Street Violence" is probably my favorite 25/28mm one. I just wish I had the $$$ to get the whole line. IMO, the guy on the left is a dead ringer for Vincent Vega (aka John Travolta) in "Pulp Fiction".

I've got some more "Street Violence" figs painted, and unpainted, that I need to get posted up, as well.  So, stay tuned.

10 comments:

  1. Really well painted, far better than my attempt.

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  2. Wow! Nice work. You know, there's a Copplestone Castings mini in the FW26 Bad Guys in Suits set that looks just like Jules Winnfield, Samuel L. Jackson's "Pulp Fiction" character. Add it to the Street Violence sets and you could probably game the whole movie.

    I really enjoy your blog and look forward to getting a chance to comb through the archives.

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  3. Outstanding paint jobs! You're spot on about the Vincent Vega/John Travolta resemblance.

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  4. yes, I can see Vincent, nice.

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  5. Really good paintjob, just a touhgt... why the rural base? Maybe a city base would be more appropiate.

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  6. Zerloon, I am asked that, repeatedly. Two responses:

    1) Continuity; as all my bases are like that (with the exception of some of my PostApoc minis.
    2) They are standing in a city park :-)

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  7. Very nice I am jealous they look far better than my recent agents! The eyes are excellent (i hate eyes considering sculpting sunglasses on everyone)

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  8. Repetit Juvant! :D

    The 2nd responses is solid ;)

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  9. Great paintjob on great figures. Like you, I am a huge fan of the Street Violence line up. When Foundry had their recent sale I picked up six sets from them, Juno's Crew included. I haven't painted any of them yet, but they are in my queue.

    And I agree with Brummie, they are well done eyes.

    Adam
    www.adam-mph.blogspot.com

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