Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Red Box gangsters and Police

Finally, both sets finished :-D Cars from various makers
Cops and robbers
The law abiding citizens
The not so law abiding citizens
Baby face nelson (or machine gun kelly) and accomplice
Ma Baker and gang or a granny with shotgun and bounty hunters
Hoodlums with Moll, I´ve shown them before now they are all finished they are getting a second airing
Bonnie and Clyde
Sergeant O`Grady and the boys
Don´t call me scarface!!

17 comments:

  1. Great looking figures, I'd hate to think how much your collection is worth??? I bet the Mrs doesn't!!!

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  2. That cop isn't O'Grady, but Officer Krupke from West Side Story :-D

    Great painted figures Paul!

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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  3. 100 points for grandma and her gun. :-D

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  4. Nice work! That one fellow really does look like Baby Face Nelson.

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  5. "Sergeant O`Grady and the boys" - must be my long-lost great grandfather!!!

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  6. Lovely work Paul, the backdrop really set the scene beautifully.

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  7. Great work, especially considering this is 20mm.

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  8. Great figures and photography. Any specific rules you intend to use

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  9. Great figures as usual. What's getting spooky now is that the day after I look at a set, they magically appear on your site. Beautifully painted and photographed of course.

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  10. Great work mate!
    Alongside the photos of the background, they look very realistic!
    Bravo Paul!
    T.

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  11. These are fun figures and the backdrop presents them well. Does any other country than the US of A have a colorful "underworld" that movies are mad about? I've seen photos of Europeans dressed up like gangsters the way they dress up like American cowboys.

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  12. Great work Paul. The painting , the setting, the figures, jusy wonderful.

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  13. Damn nice set up and painting, would like to do this era myself.

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  14. Great figures and a great job bringing them to life. Almost makes me wonder what they'd look like in a black and white paintjob seeing them like that, and they are going on my list. The coppers look like New York City ones but the gangsters are mostly Chicago ones. The Chicago PD wear a black/white checkerboard pattern on the hatband,although I'd have to look into historical dates for that to be sure. Many of these gunfights happened just down the street from where I live, including Nelson, Dillinger, etc. (And still do)

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  15. Nicely done. Probably alot easier to find die cast cars that look right for 20mm than it is for my 28mm figures.

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  16. Ma looks mean and determined!

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