Saturday, 16 April 2016

The First New Doctor Who Miniatures

 10th Doctor, Martha & Wilfred

The first of the new Warlord Doctor Who licenced minis have been painted up.

Judoon - the Inter-Galactic Police

Zygon

I don't know the names of the sculptors and painters but......RESPECT!

The scale is 'heroic' 28mm.



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    1. Theberton done the licence justice.

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  2. Martha is one of the best female figure sculpts I've ever seen: as in doesn't look deformed and convinces me it's a human female.

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    1. I intend to write a blog on this in the near future, Ashley.

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    2. As you should, models like this are far too rare in this hobby. The sculpts have done a create job capturing the actor's likeness which is wicked impressive considering the scale!

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    3. The sculpting is unbelievably good.

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  3. I'm positive they were painted by Warlord's Kirsten Williams, and I think the sculptor is Russ Charles.

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  4. Nice, I'm looking forward to seeing what else comes out!

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  5. Are these 3 ups? Some of the pics I saw they seem quite large?

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    1. Nope,toys are pics of the actual models. Done with a hand held Nikon using an angle pose light for illumination.

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  6. Simon, no they're actual size. The doctor is 33mm tall. They're just very detailed. I should know, I sculpted them :)

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  7. "For the more intelligent girl who loves boys games". That's incredibly patronising. I have a "more intelligent girl" who's doing great things but has no love of boys games. What an utterly chavenistic thing to say.

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    1. Oh dear God, you know who HG Wells was, yes? And you grasp the concept of irony, yes? Have you considered forming a protest movement? You could picket his grave.

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  8. Fantastic sculpts. Being Heroic 28mm I would be curious to see them beside the older 25's as a comparison. Especially the Dalek's

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    1. They are considerably bigger than the 25 mm stuff.

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  9. I wonder how these size up to the star wars imperial assault figures. I'd love to do a Doctor Who/ Star Wars crossover game.

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    1. Not too sure. I haven't looked at the start wars figures closely.

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  10. Dear John,
    I checked. Wells' ashes were scattered in the sea.
    There's apparently a large sculpture of a Martian tripod in the middle of Woking, however. That would be a good place to picket.
    The self-righteous we will always have with us.
    As always.
    Dave

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    1. There do seem to be people who roam the internet trying to find things to be outraged about. I suppose everyone should have a hobby.

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    2. Quite, but I'm always surprised when I see ignorance in action, which given the existence of Google is an appalling indictment of the human condition.

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  11. Wonderfull figures and excellent painted!

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. They really are, Peter. I am well impressed.

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