Recently Painted Figures

Buck

Police from the RAFM Call of Cthulu range

Police from the RAFM Call of Cthulu range

As I continue to await the arrival of my 28mm Winter War figures from the Kickstarter campaign, I have been clearing out various odds and ends from my unpainted lead box.  Last weekend I found these pulp figures and knocked them out.  It was fun to paint a few one-0ff figures instead of a larger project for a change of pace.

Household staff from the RAFM Call of Cthulu range

Household staff from the RAFM Call of Cthulu range

Dangerous dames

Dangerous dames from various Pulp Figures sets

Two "scientists" from the Steve Jackson giant ant set

Two “scientists” from the Steve Jackson giant ant set

I love this guy holding the brain in his hand.

Three figures from the RAFM Call of Cthulu range

Three figures from the RAFM Call of Cthulu range

Sleeping cowboy

Sleeping cowboy

I have no idea who made this cowboy figure, but I like it.  It was a flea market find.

Duck!

Duck!

When I was running my Tunnels and Troll campaign as a cadet, I made a typo in the description of one of the rooms.  I meant to say “guard” but instead said “gurad.”  From then on, these armored ducks who patrolled the halls of The Dungeon of the Athelfrog were known as Gurads.  You actually had to pass a saving roll the first time you saw one or you would fall on the floor in a spasm of incapacitating laughter.

A heavily armed duck

A heavily armed duck

I have no idea who manufactured this figure.  A buddy found it in a flea market bin many years ago.  It has been languishing in my unpainted lead box, because I had designs on making a mold and creating a full unit.  I finally abandoned that idea and painted it.  Does anyone know who made this figure?

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