- 15/10/2017 at 07:52 #73903craig cartmellParticipant
Imagine my joy this morning when I opened a small parcel from Saleh & Son, aka Lucid Eye Publications).
As many of you may know Steve was one of the two brilliant sculptors of North Star’s original IHMN figure range. His figure’s clean lines and immense character were part of our success and we have oftimes saluted him for this.
So, when I saw the photographs of ‘The Plot Device’ range, I had to have some myself, as they are pretty perfect for the savage streets of VSF London.
Well, he has not disappointed at all. Each figure is crisp and as lovely as the promo photos. The fine detail on these white metal figures would not disgrace the best resin can offer. I expect that they shall be a joy to paint, even with my fading skills.
I shall be using them to create a villainous company for IHMN, led by the mysterious and finely dressed gentleman ape.
You can find out more about this range and his other sculpts at https://www.lucideyepublications.com or here:
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The Ministry of Gentlemanly Warfare15/10/2017 at 12:35 #73930RhodericParticipant
I need to ask out of ignorance: Are the Plot Device figures referencing some particular piece of popular culture? They look to me a bit like they’d have been inspired by something specific, like maybe something along the lines of Jerry Cornelius or “late Beatles” type stuff, but I can’t place them.
(And yes, I’m aware that one of them is rocking an “early Bowie” look.)15/10/2017 at 12:46 #73932craig cartmellParticipant
I think it is early seventies, clockwork orange, michael moorcock, madness 🙂
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