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09 mai 2012

Part II "GIVE ME THE ONE RING, BILBO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!" (Mithril 28mm)

.... well after the Part I, it's time to show the Part II of this story!
Another  vignette in 28mm (Mithril announced 30mm but in fact the figures are a little bit smaller than the GW ones)
It is a complete scene in a box with the figures, the base, the background  and the accessories: just to paint and glue !!



18 commentaires:

  1. Lovely paintjob Pascal. I really like this scene in the films..Gandalf and his "getting" taller trick when he gets angry at being accused of being a thief/wanting the ring for himself, only works in the cinema.
    Salut
    Paul

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    1. agree! a very good scene! I think that here I must add a picture of Gandalf's face: very impressive !

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  2. I do love these Pascal. Huge Hobbit/Lord of the Rings fan here. Nicely painted my friend.

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    1. Now, Anne, you can criticize my works: it's YOU the master!
      (and LoTR non-fans are not welcome here, no, no... !!!)

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  3. Be careful of the ring, Bilbo, be careful!!!
    Very nice work Sam...in fact, where is Sam Sagace?

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    1. I'm searching Sam! I didn't find one MITHRIL figure, and GW don't have a lot of them (and I've painted one ...)

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    2. I will find it, I will find .......

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  4. These small vignettes are very nice! And you don't have any ugly bases either. :-D And very nice painting!

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    1. Yes nice vignettes with some nice details and accessories...
      .... and thanks!

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  5. really nice. bad bilbo bad, give me the ring

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    1. Thanks Gowan !
      I don't think that Bilbo gives you the Ring !!!

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  6. Merci de m'avoir rappelé de passer sur ton blog ! ça vaut le coup d'oeil !

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  7. This looks really great Pascal. I like the whole thing. The figures and the scenery are all very good painted!

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks Peter! those Mithril figures and scenery are really nice and pleasant to paint!

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