Wednesday, 15 January 2014

RP No149 LotR - Gandalf & Saruman



What? More Fantasy figures???

Like the previous Lord of the Rings Sauron figure, these have been sitting unloved and forgotten at the very bottom of my leadpile. Not really sure when I bought them, but it must be at least 10 years ago if not more??
Along with some other figures this was my entry into Curt's Challenge on the 7th January.

There's no prizes for guessing that these are the Games Workshop figures for Gandalf the Grey and 
Saruman the White. 
If I'm gonna be honest, painted up very quickly! 
My nose was beginning to bleed!?!?!?









74 comments:

  1. A good paintjob. They work the part and more points for painting something mate!

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  2. Very nice mate. Your obviously under the influence of some benevolent alien or something!

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  3. Very nice painting work; really fine!

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  4. Very nice painting Ray !

    ...maybe not an benevolent alien but under the influence of a certain ring...my precioussss....!!!

    Best regards Michael

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  5. Well done Ray for stepping out of your comfort zone.

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  6. Get well Soon Ray, I realise this is a nasty bug you have caught there.

    the figures look nice mate

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    1. Not quite sure where I caught this horrid infection, but I tell yer its doing me guts in.

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  7. Great painting Ray! Very well done.

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  8. Painted up very well! What did they score you in points?

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    1. Only 8 points I'm afraid, but they were part of a group entry which scored 105 points in total.

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  9. More quality work Ray. Good to see you polishing off the older stock you have.

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    1. Yep, its good to get some oldies finally done and dusted!

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  10. Welcome to the Dark Side my friend :)

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  11. You can tell they were painted quickly, the quality is shocking!

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  12. Nice figures Ray. It was definitely a surprise to see these being entered by you

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  13. Great shading on the wizards. You've done the Istari proud.

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  14. Two of my favourite figs from the range. Nice work, Ray.

    FMB

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    1. They're two great sculpts and look like the characters from the film.

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  15. 'You shall not pass, you shall not pass!' :) Those two are outstanding, Ray!

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  16. I love it. How fun are these? Good fun, I'd say. Though not as much fun as my Full Frontal post, but you know, it's right up there. :-)

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    1. Oh of course, you naughty girl!!!

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    2. Yep. That's me alright.

      Have a great weekend Rayolla.

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  17. I thought these looked really smart, a great entry Ray.

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    1. Cheers Sir M, a bit different I must admit???

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  18. Love 'em! I want to yell "You shall not pass" at my boss all the time so the Gandalf fig has the potential to get me in trouble. Is there some LotR gaming in your future?

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  19. The wizards must really dislike how you painted them up to give you a nosebleed like that.

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  20. Very nice! What else do you have ?

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    1. Loads painted up, 99% by my erstwhile fellow Reject, Francis Aloysius Lee! And bits and bobs unpainted.

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  21. Great contribution; THEY WILL NOT PASS YOU!

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  22. Great one more post about the lord of the ring , j'adore !

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  23. Quick to paint but very effective.
    Pat.

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  24. "painted very quickly " ??
    such a painting work could takes me some hours !
    Excellent !

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    1. They were a very easy paint Pascal, probably took around 15 minutes each??

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  25. Great work Ray, nice to see some more LOTR from you. Hope to see more.

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  26. Hi Ray, just getting caught up on your blog. I really like your fantasy stuff, Sauron was really cool. Good luck on the projects in 2014.

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  27. Cracking stuff Ray. This made me get my Saruman out of storage and have a good think about what I'd do with him!

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  28. Lovely figures Ray,
    This reminds me, I got the fellowship sitting in my lead pile awaiting some attention! Also had them about 10 years lol

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  29. Wow I love it! Figures are the best! I remember I used to paint tanks when I was younger! Following!

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  30. For a fast paintjob they look real good!

    Greetings
    Peter

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