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Civilian figures, various scales.

Discussion in 'General Figure Talk' started by gorgosaurus, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. gorgosaurus Active Member

    After a loooooong break from model-building, I started building resin kits of Dinosaurs at the end of 2002.

    Now, although I buy the odd "historical/military" figure - it seems this is mostly motivated by nostalgia for all the Anglo-Saxons, Normans and Vikings I painted in my early twenties - to this day I´ve got no farther with any of them than building and priming.:rolleyes:

    This may change now that I´ve placed an order for this fellow in 1/35 from Sovereign 2000.
    CHS1.jpg CHS2.jpg CHS3.jpg Charles Hazelius Sternberg.jpg
    The resemblance to a famous dinosaur Hunter from the turn of the 19th/20th centuries, Canadian Charles Hazelius Sternberg, might just be enough to inspire me to actually paint this up to represent him. Then I´ll us him as a kind of human scale-bar alongside my 1/35 Dinosaurs. Well, I´ll do that even if I get no farther than the priming stage again. :X3:

    The point is, most of my Dinosaur models are in larger scales - 1/24, 1/18, 1/10, 1/5 and yes, even 1/1!
    Can anyone here maybe point me in the direction of similar civilian figures (depicting a man from around 1890 - 1910) in 75mm, 120mm and 200mm?


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