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The Invisible man

Discussion in 'Completed Figures' started by swralph, Apr 29, 2015.

  1. swralph A Fixture

    Thanks all for the funny comments.
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  2. OldTaff PlanetFigure Supporter

    Can't resist some corn at this point..................
    "Who's there?"
    "The Invisible Man"
    "Tell him I can't see him!"

    Da,dada,dada,da,da,da,da! I thangyouall, and goodnight..........

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  3. Mike - The Kiwi A Fixture

    I feel it is too big for the base & would have preferred it in a larger scale 90mm - to hard to see for my eyes!

    Have they considered doing a female, steampunk version they are incredibly popular at present & this one is crying out to be done in a brightly coloured leotard with various Victorian bits carefully added to cover the bits we shouldn't see (or at least Colin's boss shouldn't ;)
  4. swralph A Fixture

    Thanks guys.
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  5. Nap Moderator

    Hi guys,

    Personally I can't see what all the fuss is about .............

    Love it!

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  6. swralph A Fixture

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  7. Eludia A Fixture

    The thing I find most surprising is the fact that I seem to have more views and comments than I normally do for one of my figures:ROFLMAO:

    No comment ;)
  8. Viking Bob PlanetFigure Supporter


    I found the female version on a well known auction site, scale is 90mm or there abouts. nude.jpg
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  9. swralph A Fixture

    Thanks guys.
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  10. Jazz A Fixture

    A female version? I never knew they did a female version. Why oh why did I settle for the crummy clothed male version. Oh woe is me!!
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  11. brian A Fixture

    Your as mad as a box of frogs,just like me.What did you use for your flesh tones?:D
  12. swralph A Fixture

    Thanks again guys.
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  13. garyhiggins A Fixture

    Does he glow in the dark? Enquiring minds need to know :woot:
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  14. swralph A Fixture

    I've never looked at in the dark:)
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  15. kiwi45 Active Member

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  16. Tarracus A Fixture

    I bought the 1/50 HMS Victory kit from the same firm some time ago in order to complete my Battle of Trafalgar naval diorama.
    As clearly seen,there are up to 8 ships of the line in there, with their full crew (about 500 figures).
    I tried to do my best with the freeand painting the sides of the base with marine related elements such as turtles and pink fishes.
    I would like also to include an Spongebob holding the nameplate, But I'm not sure if that would be appropiate to the napoleonic era.
    Anyway thanks for looking!
  17. Jimmy S Well-Known Member

    I dont see the attraction for this kind of kit. The paint is so thin as to be almost non existent, the groundwork is barely visible to all but the keenest eyes and the pose makes it look like the figure might as well not be there. I wont be buying one......
    Ive been on a couple of base manufacturers websites and they seem to be full of these kits!
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  18. garyhiggins A Fixture

    I can only marvel at the decades of work that must have gone into this magnificent naval diorama(y). You can almost smell the salt and feel the wind in your hair ........ if I had any hair:woot:.
  19. Joe55 A Fixture

    Ralph, I just hit upon an idea after reading Viking Bob's post.

    Get with him so that you can obtain a female version for yourself. On the base put one of them there brass rods as is used to display busts. Now you'll have your own invisible pole dancer!

    I know its my idea, and credit ought to go to Viking Bob as well. However, I feel that since this is your thread, it is only proper that you be the first.

    (and your wife doesn't have to know either. Your secret is good with me, and Viking Bob, and garyhiggins, and Jimmy S, and .....)

  20. Viking Bob PlanetFigure Supporter

    I think the pole dancing idea would be a good, but you would need a far larger base. I would be fine posing the woman but I can't speak for Ralph having to do so many ogglering men!
    I would think he would need a much larger cabinet!
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