Sunday, 11 August 2013

Mysterious Woman.

This young lady has been lurking around at the back of the painting table for the past few years!
I have no idea from where she has come, nor for that matter, do I know what I will do with her. 

Having spent several weeks working on the Gettysburg game I was looking for something a little different to do. She was semi painted so I just carried on from where I had left her a couple of years back.



Here are a few photos of the  Mysterious Woman. She is approx 28mm tall.





Apologies for the crappy photos but sunshine in Christchurch seems to be non existent these past few weeks unless I am at work, without my camera and without the subject matter then it will shine strong and bright!!!

One or two other projects are now under way of which there will be more later.

25 comments:

  1. Call her Rose Greenhow - rebel (CSA) spy. I don't really mean the historical version - more the romanticised (if that's the word I want) version of J.T. Edson.

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  2. Greate paint work!!!

    Best regards Michael

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  3. I don't know where she's from either, but I like her. The green you used on her shirt is really nice and goes well with the red coat.

    Nicely done!!

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  4. She's a sultry one, she's quite lovely, nicely done Rodger.

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  5. She's certainly a very healthy girl, nice work!!!

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  6. Wow - very nice - hello, Cowgirl in the sand. Best, Dean

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  7. I do like her, glad you finally finished her

    Ian

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  8. Nice change of pace from ACW and the red duster is quite striking. I like it.

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  9. Excellent looking figure and like you say a nice change from ACW figures

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  10. There was no one like that in the old west...Nice painting Rodger

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  11. Great work, Rodger. She is a M. Jackson lookalike.

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  12. Nice job, she has a rather sultry look.

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  13. Ohh la la! She looks French to me Rodger, and the nice French type not the snail eating type.

    Nice work all around!

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  14. Mysterious and so sexy, I love her!

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  15. She is a rather lovely young lady, it begs the question, what else have you lurking at the back of your painting queue?

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  16. I say she is a darling but I think the young lady will catch a chill without a shirt on

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  17. Superbly painted mate, just added your links after all this time.

    Cheers

    Al

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  18. There is something special about finishing off figures you have had lying around for years. A nice sense of achievement! Sweet mini!

    That might be a nice name for her to?

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  19. Rodger, I can tell from the angle things are hanging that this girl is a natural....no modern implants here!

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  20. Lovely looking lady! But I wouldn't like to hav etroubles with her! That gun isn't there for decoration!

    Greetings
    Peter

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