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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Review: Scale75 Diane Tianseen


Ok.. last of the 3 Scale75 models that I picked up over the Christmas season.


What a hottie eh? ;)


I picked this one over a lot of the others only because it looks to be one heck of a cool sculpt. And I get to practice some really cool techniques on it.

Especially with the jacket and the pant-suit there.


Again.. more surprises! How it is cut up is quite interesting here, and the crop hand. Some nice fiddly bits here to play around with on the sculpt.


Again no idea on why this is a metal base plate compared to the Sphynx which was resin. Or that none of the parts this time are resin. Really should ask that question to them if I ever get the chance! :)

A test fits shows the main body components fitting really well though. Super happy about that. And I think it will be a lot of fun to try new things with it after the weekend with Banshee and focusing on textures ( heck maybe a re-watch of Kirill's videos from Painting Buddha are also in order here ).

Noticing from the last photo, that i forgot to grab out the other side of the jacket for this photo.

Anyways.. this is the last of the Scale75 models that I have in my possession. And although I have set out a plan at the beginning of the year on what I would be focusing on.. I think this is somehow going to change after seeing some of these great pieces. But who knows.. everything gets painted at a certain time for a certain reason, right?

9 comments:

  1. Is it wrong I want you to stop what you are doing and paint all these guys/gals up? :)

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    1. If there were money to be made from it, I would be on it like immediately. But bills to pay, mouths to feed.. blah blah ;) But I will get to them eventually :D

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    2. Haha I hear you. I'm just excited to see your brush hit these!

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    1. It must be the riding crop that does it for you eh Michael ;)
      Will be a fun piece to paint up though!

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  3. Convert the riding crop to a sword and BAMM badass... Really like the posing of the miniature, but not the crop :)

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    1. Mmm a sword.. not sure it would fit so well.. but maybe a whip? Though to be honest, it most likely will stay stock.. cause I like the model too much to muck about with it. Though I might paint it different colors.. Different texture choices for the clothing perhaps. Will see when I get to it :)

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  4. Great looking kit yet again. So odd that the kits all differ so much on the materials they're made from. Perhaps it is down to some of the details on certain parts that require them to be in resin?

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    1. I agree that it is odd how they flip the pieces between materials at times. Not sure on the reasoning myself either though. Might have to poke them a bit and see if I can figure out why ;)

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