Sunday, May 24, 2015

Eaglemoss Wolverine: Part 5 - FINISHED!

Hi everyone,

I have finally finished my Wolverine model from the Eaglemoss Marvel  miniature figurine range.  This project was dragged out a bit too long, but in my defense, I did stumble on several hurdles along the way that muted my enthusiasm for this job.  In the end though, I did manage to finish it and that is what really counts.

The scope of this project was to hone up my painting skills.  Before the 54mm Conan the Barbarian  model I painted up several posts ago, I had not painted a show case figure in a long time.  Painting this Wolverine helped to stir me back on the right tracks.

At 8 sterling, it was also very cheap for a 70mm figure which usually cost over 30 sterling.  In fact, I have bought several of the line, including the Beast and the She Hulk which I will present in the future.

Enough of the small talk.  It is time for the picture.  I hope you like it.

The last photo is one that displays the mighty berserker as he was before and after he was repainted.I think the picture sheds some light on the scope of improvement you can achieve with these figures.  If you are one of those 'purists' who think that you should not even open the box, let alone repaint it - well you can always buy two and keep one in the original form!  From where I stand, I rather go for a good look than a perfectly preserved specimen.
So, another project under the belt.  Next week it is another review.  I have seen that one of my most popular posts is the Basicks Great Wolf, so I have decided to give the public another!

Until then farewell and good health.


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