Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Scavvy Porn


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  1. not only did you paint them in the blink of an eye but they're superb on top of that. Noone can beat you on scavvies now !

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  2. REALLY like the forth figure!

    Is Scavvy porn like the 'Goblin porn' I used to find in bushes in the park when I was a kid?

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    1. Usually found in rubbish bins or round the back of the sports centre

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  3. Superb love the skin tone on them suits them perfect!

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    1. I loved doing the skin tones, it makes a change form having to be realistic with them. It's great fun.

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  4. That 4th sculpt was always my fav of the skavvies. Just looks so gormless.

    Fantastic work mate.

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    1. He is very gormless, I may even call him Gorm the Lesser.

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  5. Yeah, they look tops Whiskey!

    Must have been a strange feeling popping open that blister? A bit like re-living a small part of your youth all over again :)

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    1. It really was like i was 12 and just back from town with a brand new blister pack that my pocket money had paid for. No way was I keeping them in the blister!

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  6. These are just lush - they look really ragged and scabrous, whilst being bright and eye-catching at the same time. I'm not entirely sure how you've managed that!

    My personal preference is for Jes Goodwin's crisper, cleaner style, but I can see why you like these - they're oozing individuality and character.

    Nice work!

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    1. Until I painted them I would have agreed that the Goodwin ones, especially the unreleased ones, are the top hole scavvies but now that they are in colour I have to say that these guys are my favourite.

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  7. Woah, it's the first time I see these minis O_o
    Are these as easily available as Scavvy King model?

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    1. They are easier to get than the unreleased Goodwin ones as these were actually on sale to the public. I think originally at Gamesday '90 in the states and then for a short time after but I've no idea how many were actually sold. They pop-up on ebay occasionally. There are one or two on their now but usually for daft BIN prices.

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  8. Superb! Number one and two for me. Oozing character, and you've done a cracking job on colourful but tatty.

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    1. I thought one and two at first as well and thats why I painted them in that order but they all won me over in the end.

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  9. Is anybody else having difficulty viewing this post (i'm told the comments show but nothing else) if so let me know in reply to this and I'll sort out another post.

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    1. Yeh I can't see it, and I desperately need to!!

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