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Post your entries for January's FOTM

Discussion in 'Figure of the Month' started by Nap, Jan 1, 2019.

  1. Nap Forum Moderator

    Hi bench mates

    Hope you all saw the New Year in happily so why not start the year 2019 and :

    Post your entries for JANUARY'S FOTM event here.

    Last date/time for entry's this time will be midnight BST 31st January 2019

    NOTE 1: This thread is intended ONLY for members' FOTM entries, NOT for comments. If you like something just click the "Like" button.

    If you like a entry then why not also vote for it when that thread is in place

    NOTE 2: So that folks can make a more informed choice when voting later, would all contributors please provide a bit of basic information about their piece....No need for a "chapter & verse"SBS explanation, but the following info would be useful:

    1) Subject
    2) Manufacturer
    3) Scale
    4) Any conversion or major scratching done

    LOOK HERE:) :


    Image's can be either FULL or THUMBNAIL as you wish and not as in previous months but still a:

    Maximum of SIX pictures please

    Only 1 entry per member

    This month we again have 2 prizes from a great company :

    AC Models,run by of course Andy Cairns


    As well we also have the continued wonderful support from Slav who runs S-73


    Have fun entering and good luck

    oldtrousers likes this.
  2. Steve Brodie Active Member

    1) Subject
    'Martina' the Robot Hunter

    2) Manufacturer
    Nuts Planet

    3) Scale

    4) Any conversion or major scratching done
    Only thing added was the robot's 'electrical' spinal cord

    All painted in Acrylics: Face; Andrea, everything else; Tamiya @ Vallejo.

    WED_1044.jpg WED_1048.jpg WED_1052.jpg WED_1058.jpg WED_1078.jpg

    If you like it, why not vote for it as well.
  3. kenshin393 A Fixture

    Piper, from broken toad, all in acrylic, 1/10 bust
    19AF1FEE-D63E-465E-B277-1DBDA609EC99.jpeg 99269A5E-E0C9-4C11-8060-2893DC07C752.jpeg 39859EAA-B0EE-4750-B145-0418DFC03B0D.jpeg 2B23FD64-2DE7-481E-A2D6-45C23584BA1B.jpeg
  4. Tony Dawe PlanetFigure Supporter

    Young Miniatures 1/10th scale bust, USMC Radio Operator,Hue 1968. Painted in acrylics and oils and weathering pigment.
    C97CB753-2A97-4D3B-92E5-C259812AC88C.jpeg 6C904333-51A6-4687-AE91-4D9E64300B2E.jpeg E3CC8CA6-F7D3-45B4-9C39-6888958DE47C.jpeg E75E5C91-3C9D-452E-9995-13B1D3BD642E.jpeg
    oldtrousers, Tom W., Mjølner and 5 others like this.
  5. razor Well-Known Member

    Lookout, on Arctic convoy duties.
    1/35 Weefriends
    Weefriends for the main body, Alpine head, and binoculars from the bits box.
    Scratch built base.
    All painted in acrylics.
    arc15.JPG arc19.JPG arc17.JPG arc16.JPG
    oldtrousers, Tom W., Mjølner and 4 others like this.
  6. santi fernandez Active Member

    Richard de Vere, Earl of Oxford 11th.
    painted on acrylic base and oils, acrylic metals and inks.
    oldtrousers, Tom W., Mjølner and 2 others like this.

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