Tuesday, December 27, 2011

and more

Three from Reaper
A Gladiator, Maxiums hero of the arena,and their new pit fighter figure with a head swap

And More...

The Noxi a Prisoner sentenced to the arena for some crime or another armed with a short sword and buckler. West wind gladiator figure.
Normally would not have stood much of a chance but his odd's have gone up slightly due to the fact that he is pitted against an Andabata Gladiator who fought blind. Bronze age gladiator figure with a head swaped and replaced with some putty sculpted into an Andabata helmet. The helmet has a few air holes at the bottom but nothing for the eyes...still he is skilled an armed better that the unarmored Noxi

Marco...polo... Who will be victor?
Two of the same Secutor gladiators from bronze age with head swaps with heads from the others in the set. The high plume was made from putty. I really like the set from bronze age miniature they are nicely sculpted and animated.

My last two are slaves on auction, one displaying herself for the buyers and the other in ragged cloths and chains waiting her turn. What will happen to them are they to be household slaves or be sent to train as galdiatrixes?
Both figures are Bronze age miniature generic female figures and sculpting putty

Apologies for the photos.

More gladiators and WIP

My attempt at a marble column using an in expensive Cake decoration pillar and a sponge painting technique.

A few unfortunate Gladiators From West Wind and one sculpted by me. The West wind (old glory) gladiators look very rough in the package however I think the paint up nicely.

Two of the same Bronze age miniature Gladiators with head swaps. The Spartacus figure is from a company that I can't remember the name of but it was a nice little figure to paint. And two Bronze age generic males that I have turned into Theokoles the Shadow of death and Doctore from the flash back fight scene with Theokoles.

Dagan the Syrian, from the last fight scene in "Spartacus gods of the Arena" after losing an eye in a fight with Asher.
The last is "Gaia" a Roman noble woman made with sculpting putty and a Bronze age generic female figure. And with what I'll admit is a really big goblet of wine

For the most part they came out OK and were fun to make.