Tuesday 29 November 2011

I am not a number !

Taking a little break from my usual Doctor Who miniatures for a change.

Yes its time for The Prisoner!

I couldnt resist these when I first saw them.

The Man from 3000 from crooked dice and the Rover from Ainsty Castings.

Sunday 13 November 2011

What a doric!

Well this is the next little scratch build project of mine finally over with.
And I now officially hate Greenstuff, it never does what you want it to :(

I've decided all my Time Lords need a TARDIS each. After scratch building a computer bank TARDIS for my Delgado Master, I needed a Doric column TARDIS for my Ainley Master.

Well after a couple of weeks trying to train greenstuff into the right shape this is the result.

Sunday 6 November 2011

Mr and Mrs Saxon

Once I'd finished off the set of Master's I thought what next?
Well what would Mr Saxon be without Mrs Saxon?

So using an Artizan designs Agent Lake I know have a Lucy Saxon.

Renegade Time Lords

Finally tracked down a couple of proxy miniatures I've been after for a while now - The Rani and the Meddling Monk.

First a little reminder of how the characters looked in the series.
The Rani
The Meddling Monk

So using Lilly from Artizan Designs (the high colar just looked perfect) and a monk from Perry Miniatures range.

Wednesday 14 September 2011

Paint it black

Well after a good start with the Hand of Omega scratch build i thought I'd ease myself back into the painting  little.

I had a few Master minis left that I hadnt painted up before so they were next on my list.

 The faces of the master to date.

And what goods a Master without his TARDIS? In this case its in the form of Melkur from The Keeper of Traken
 And then when I couldn't find  a TARDIS for the 1st Master, well i just had to make my own didnt I?

Tuesday 13 September 2011

The Hand of Omega

So after a little work with Evergreen Styrene sheet (and a lot of eye strain) this is the result. My own little Hand of Omega.

front view (a little artistic licence with the locks I know)

front and side view

back view

And for a sense of scale - enter the daleks!

A new start

I've been a bit out of practice at painting 28mm miniatures for a few years now but just recently I found some old harlequin doctor who miniatures which soon got me hooked once more.

One of the things I soon realised again was there were a few of my "wish list" minis that i couldn't find alternatives for, so what better excuse to flex my model making and see what i could come up with.

Top of my list? The Hand of Omega - the remote stellar manipulator invented by Omega, and used by the Doctor against the Daleks in the TV episode Remembrance of the Daleks.

Unfortunately the only reference picture i could find easily was this. But i wasn't going to let that stop me!