Saturday, October 12, 2013

Medic! err, Apothecary!

Here's the Marauders' Apothecary, Doc Zaius.
I may clean up the lettering on the scroll a bit.
The helmet is another bit part from a Ravenwing Command set.
The white Power Armor should make him easy to spot on the battlefield, by friend and foe alike.
The Command Squad is about done - still need to paint up the Company Standard, but I also will add a Commo guy with the spare kneeling legs and other bit parts.
Thanks for visiting!

20 comments:

  1. More great work here, Dean!

    Being visited by a doc with a drill on his hand would make me say "I'm feeling better, thanks!"

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  2. Ah, it's only to get through the Power Armor - then the fun begins ;)
    Thanks, Monty!

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  3. Very nice mate! I love the background to Space marines

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  4. Great Stuff Dean! This force is really coming along!

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  5. Nice work again Dean. This is one of my fav models from the range and you've done him justice. I'm amazed at the speed you can churn these out!

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  6. Thanks so much for the kind comments, Gentlemen - much appreciated. Best, Dean

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  7. Quite a collection of space marines you now have a Dean. Good work with the white, not an easy colour to work with.

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  8. Nice work Dean , i like this figurine .
    Greetings .

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  9. The chapter grows apace; your apothecary is an excellent piece of work.

    I think you have a real knack for this Space Marine gig, but try not to go too far overboard when buying vehicles - that way lies madness (and bankruptcy)!

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  10. Inspiring, I going to have to paint some marines now.

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  11. Thanks for the great comments, everyone.

    @ Dan - I started with a light-grey undercoat and worked up to white.

    @ Ev - sound advice!

    Best to all,, Dean

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  12. Very tidy job Dean, well done.

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  13. Thanks for the kind words, Gentlemen! Warm Regards, dean

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  14. As always Dean, your fiendish productivity makes the rest of look like dregs!

    For a guy who just got into 40K, your attention to detail regarding background (fluff) is truly inspirational.

    Keep up the good work.

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  15. Thanks, Pat. I saw your Space Wolves Dreadnought - wow! Awesome stuff. Dean

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  16. Nice easy style to these space chappies Dean, very effective painting they look terrific.

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  17. That is a cool looking model. Your brushwork and color combinations really make it pop.

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