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Discussion in 'Figure News' started by PaultheMilitaryModeller, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. gordy Well-Known Member

    It helps everyone if there is an image :cautious:

    Nice fig! (y)
  2. mil-mart A Fixture

    That's a great figure almost Steampunk but in a modern way, if that makes any sense.o_O:D

    Cheers Ken
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  3. Gaudin A Fixture

    Looks like a character from Evil Genius ( the game ) as far as style and painting.
    Knees are a bit chunky and square but - I am sorry, despite that - in 1/35 its absolutely frigging brilliant. Dont need the gas tanks - she is just begging for some cool steam punk revamping.

    Top marks

    Just satisfy my curiosity - is it truly a sculpt or 3d print?
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  4. Tommy's War Active Member

    Been meaning to post this, I got these in a few days ago, but this week has flown by.

    Anyone coming to Figureworld tomorrow should head on over and see the vampire 1/6 figure that I've got in from Industria Mechanika! WOW is all I can say :eek:
  5. Ron Tamburrini A Fixture

    Love the welding gear :)
    One small point though Bare flesh while welding is not a good Idea:eek:

    But then again it is a fun piece (y)

  6. Helm A Fixture

    Yeah I'd love to see her welding dressed like that myself Brian
  7. Sambaman Well-Known Member

    This is a nice piece, but the Frankenstein they have on pre-order is a thing of absolute beauty!!! Great stuff all around!

    Jay H.
  8. Jimmy S Well-Known Member

    I agree with Ron. Bare flesh and welding is an accident waiting to happen. There are a number of other Health and safety violations such as unsecured tanks in the trolley, hair not tied or covered, tangled gas hoses and I doubt those shorts are made of a protective material suitable for conducting welding in. I cannot see any maintenance inspection tags on the gas tanks so they should not be used. The gloves look a bit iffy and the should be fastened if welding in short sleeves. If any on is thinking of putting this in a workshop setting please see these violations are attended to or the Inspector may be around. Other than that looks like a great fun figure.
  9. Dan Morton A Fixture

    Jimmy - So I'm thinking...uh...are you maybe a SafeWork Australia Compliance Safety and Health Officer in real life?

    Nonetheless...a totally fun figure! And, although 1/35th isn't my scale, I can also think of things I could do with the welding tanks and other equipment. No...really...I can!

    All the best,
  10. Meehan34 A Fixture

    sweet. I'm glad they made a smaller version of her. I've had the 1/10th version for over a year now and scared to death to start painting her because of the size. 1/35th is much less daunting, I'll be getting this beauty fo sho.
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  11. bigtodd Active Member

    Okay was thrown off by the 3d renderings only. But found the real figure on their website looks great!!!! A must have!!!!
  12. Joe55 A Fixture

    Sasha is a real cutie :cool: . I got mine a couple of weeks ago and was immediately impressed with the photo etched and resin tank cart (y) .

    Hey Sharpie, they did include safety chains to secure the tanks though :)! You're right nonetheless, as there remains a lot of safety concerns.

    Notice everyone that she's holding a cutting torch. She must be tough cause you know the splash will be really flying. Kinda like frying bacon in your underwear :eek:!

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  13. brian A Fixture

    Really like the idea that you can have 1/35 and 1/32 scale.Something for other manufacturers to think about,brilliant idea as there has been figures i would have loved to paint but the scale 1/35th is too small for my old eyes.
  14. Jimmy S Well-Known Member

    Wow Joe you breed them tough in Texas. Some sort of 2 burner arrangement in the Calvins? How's it taste?
  15. amcairns A Fixture

    Nice figure but I wouldnt be gas cutting like that,those molten sparks get everywhere.
  16. Jim Active Member

    Safety issues be hanged! That is one cute and fun figure!
    I really like the sly smile and the attitude - that one would be fun to build and paint.
    Now, if I can just get her past SWMBO...:LOL:
  17. cadno Member

    very nice figure,i guess its one of them computer printed figures?and for all you industrial guys looks like the torch is upside down to me .
  18. housecarl A Fixture

    cadno, post: 500575, member: 2250"]very nice figure,i guess its one of them computer printed figures?and for all you industrial guys looks like the torch is upside down to me .[/quote]
    Yeah trigger should be underneath.
    I didn't know it was also available in 1/32nd, much more eye friendly,;)
  19. T-34/85 PlanetFigure Supporter

    I welded for over seven years and none of my co-workers ever looked like this:LOL: Great figure, I'll have to put her on my list. And yes, I sometimes did my own version of the dance of the damned when the molten metal pieces found their way under the leathers.

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