Those two thugs can serve a multitude of uses from the obvious criminal lowlifes to civilian rioters or even concerned citizens desperate to defend their family/business/property. I have them both and I like them both.
Thanks Bryan. They have been in the painting queue for a long time and finally reached the top of the mountain.
I think they look great Clint, love what you done with the bases
Thanks Gobbo. It is not often I use resin bases but I was also pleased with how they turned out.
Good looking thugs! As Bryan said, I can see them in uses beyond ne'er do wells. Civilians on the run, shopkeepers defending their turf, or just panicked civilians. Great figs, great job!
Thank you Nobody. Yes they are as versatile as any figure could be. And I am sure they will be used in a dozen different ways over the years to come.
Those look great - I really like how you've painted the white shirt.
Thanks Roy, White shirts are easy, just start with a light grey base.
Liking these Clint and versatile to boot.
Thank you Michael. As others have said yes very versatile.
These are great. They could come in handy for Ghetto miniatures upcoming game. New York Bop
Thanks Simon, they could indeed be used for 1970's gang warfare.
Great work Clint, what's the chap on the right got in his hand?
Thank you Ray. It is not clear on the casting what it is in his hard maybe a rolled paper or even a towel!
two serious-looking tough nuts, Clint. Great paint-jobs on them both and I am looking forward to seeing them get 'blooded' in the zombie-apocalypse.
Thank you Blax. As am I. Zombie chow if ever there was!
I really like these two figures and you've done a far better job on them that I did.The chapon the left is obviously saying to the chap on the right "Watch what you're doing with that Newspaper, you'll have someone's eye out"
Thanks Joe. There may be a few more of these to come.
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