Tuesday, 7 February 2017

Batman Miniature Game AO Deathstroke

I hadn't planned on getting Deathstroke painted up but Pulp Citizen wants to try out his Green Goblin Spiderman miniature game crew (sort of uses Batman game rules) They whole crew comes in at 400 rep and the Green Goblin is quite a beast of a characters so I needed an upper end character to join my growing Suicide Squad list and Arkham Origin's Deathstroke fits that bill nicely.

I've still get a second version of Deadshot to finished the Will Smith version from the film.

I am quite pleased with how Deathstroke has turned out especially his armour. I have good solid base to doing a Scarecrow or Deathstroke crew as I have the Scarecrow crew set to assemble and paint at some point.

We will see how this character plays out. Deathstroke is quite fast has high defense and attacks as well as armour that can heal some damage once per game making him very durable.





36 comments:

  1. You've done some damn good work there Simon!

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  2. What a stunning job Simon! Really lovely work.

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  3. Oh yes. Now that's one of your best I've seen, and the others are damn good to begin with :-)

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    1. Aw thanks Simon, I am quite surprised how he turned out tbh. I found him a bit daunting to start with there is a lot of detail there.

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  4. Lovely job Simon, captured the colours well.

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  5. He looks excellent mate. :)

    More importantly, I am sure he will lay the smackdown on on my Green Goblin crew. :)

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    1. Thanks dude. I dunno Goblin knight and Green Goblin seem like tough prospects to face imo

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    2. Nah mate, they are pussycats. :)

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  6. O damn mate - that's definitely one of your best to date! Really like the armour with it's orange markings. You're making it very difficult to not pick up some of these minis - that new Riddler Crew looks super kitch and fun.

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    1. Cheers Dai I am really pleased with how the armour turned out. It was a simple base coat of chainmail then a wash of dark tone. Once dry it was another heavy wash of blue tone. The Orange was deliberately put on thinly with the armour showing though in places to make it appear battle worn.

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  7. Every time I look there is a new Batman figure on here.

    I have to say he looks rather dangerous. Very well painted and also a nice sculpt.

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    1. Cheers Clint its all the motivation I kind find to work on at the moment. I have a game planned and then it fires me up to get a figure or figures finished for it.

      I hope to go to a 7TV event in Nottingham later in the year so will use that to get a new cast done for it.

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  8. Lovely colors and lovely job Simon!

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  9. Great job, Simon. The armor does look especially good.

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    1. Thakns dude. Its the part I'm most pleased with glad you like it.

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  10. Nicely done. This is one of my favorite miniatures from early in the range despite the rigid pose of the upper body. And a great card in game.

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    1. Cheers it was one of those accidental purchase as well.

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  11. I agree the armour is something else. Heck everything about Deathstroke looks really good. Nice!

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  12. This version of Deathstroke was my favorite, and you really nailed the look. Great job!

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