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Space Corsair

Postby Brother Vinni » Wed Apr 11, 2018 7:33 am

Hello!
Welcome space corsair!

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Web-store of my miniatures: brother-vinni.com
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Re: Space Corsair

Postby Guest » Wed Apr 11, 2018 7:46 am

You ran out of ideas on that one, eh, Vin?
I bet you sat there and thought, 'how can we knock this one out quickly and make him look Alien? Hmm...Ah, fuck it, I know what - I'll give him an extra pair of arms. That'll do. And a pair swords. Because they'll be really useful in a fight against people armed with guns...'

Lazy and uninspired.
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Re: Space Corsair

Postby CrumbReaper nli » Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:23 am

I'm getting a starwars vibe similar to the last sculpt but it looks nicely executed to me.

Do you digitally sculpt or putty sculpt Vinni? Getting more tempted to try digital myself as figure work in 28mm isnt working well for me!
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Re: Space Corsair

Postby andrewbeasley » Sun Apr 15, 2018 6:26 pm

Guest wrote:...And a pair swords. Because they'll be really useful in a fight against people armed with guns...' ...


If I remember correctly, Traveller used to have a training option for this as part of the chatacter generation phase as it was safer to use swords rather than guns onboard space ships.

As for the figure, I like it and would buy it if I had use.
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Re: Space Corsair

Postby BadBabyBunny » Wed Apr 18, 2018 11:23 pm

It's shit
THIS IS A FIERCE BAD RABBIT;
look at his savage whiskers,
and his claws and his turned-
up tail.
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Re: Space Corsair

Postby sjoerdo » Thu Apr 19, 2018 12:31 pm

It's probably derivative, although I don't know from what, but it's a good sculpt. Bit crude on the detail side, but fine as an overall piece. Would buy it if I had a need for it.
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