Late entry “The Sandman” (John Brattan)

There was talk of making some unique miniatures for super hero/villain types over at ForgottenHeroesSite and I had a mind to join in but as usual life’s been getting in the way.

I was talking with my wife a week ago and she encouraged me to do something anyway and she suggested I do the Sandman. I immediately started thinking of Neil Gaiman’s version, from the graphic novels I read many years ago, and started looking for existing miniatures. I couldn’t find any in my collection that I could easily convert in a short time.

sandman neil gaimanThen I remembered that Craig, a friend of mine from long ago, mentioned that Sandman was quite an old DC hero that went back to 1939. In fact it was he who let me read his Neil Gaiman graphic novels and showed me an old DC comic that featured the original character. I went looking for images and saw two main versions, a guy in a green suit and purple cloak and another in just a tan suit and overcoat, both also sporting a fedora, gasmask and special sleep gas emitting gun.

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I went looking for a figure to match and found Mark Copplestone’s Gangsters in a FLGS, in particular, Sam Spade. He’s not quite what I’m after in that his overcoat is slightly different to those in the comics but I think he’ll be good enough for me with a few changes.

copplestone castI’ve started converting this miniature and I’ve changed the right arm to that of a Reaper bones cowboy figure that I’ve sacrificed for his revolver-wielding hand. I’m now throwing a bit of greenstuff around to blend in the arm, modify the weapon and add a gasmask to the face. I think I’ll go for the tan-suited gent as I’m not so good at making cloaks yet ;-).

CAM00480sandyNow I just have to convince Roger to accept my late entry… (and I have of course’ Roger).

https://hitlh.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/forgotten-heroes.html

Stinkor is Done! (Mike Boynton)

I finished old Stinkor today and I am very happy with him. I ended up with a few different changes from my original concept. One was that I did not add the gun I made because it interrupted the lines of the sculpture and detracted from the overall unity and I also did not do the air lines as I felt they also did not contribute to the miniature. Also I think it looks more classic without them. I do like my air tanks and I think the armor came out nice. The colors glow because of the washes and my details came out well. I am very happy with my yellow green eyes and the face meets my expectations.

The base is my favorite part of this miniature. I used an old transformers robot head as the main structure of the base and did a mix of hot glue, sand and Milliput to make it look organic. I think it looks like part of Eternia He-Man’s world. The three creatures have been in my bits box for a long time. I heated them up and bent them into shapes that made them look like they had smelled a bad odor. I think they came out well.

Enjoy at the link:
 
Cheers,
Mike Boynton

Forgotten Heroes….still a work in progress (Michael Awdry)

Now let’s be honest, there hasn’t really been much progress at all.  The frenetic pace that comes as the end of the academic year looms into sight has rather scuppered my plans to resurrect ‘Bouncing Boy’ from ‘forgotten’ to  ‘occasionally talked about’.  The irony of this sad tale is that I chose this character because I thought that it would be simple and quick to do!

IMG_3594 There has been some movement and I have collected, what I hope will be, the composite parts required to finish the job.  Included in these are a selection of spherical objects to form the main body.  The beads, my first choice, are clearly too small and the ping pong ball feels a little big, but I think that I am going to go with it anyway, if for no other reason than comedy value; my only concern with this choice is that I have a nagging thought that ping pong balls don’t react well to superglue?  I will let you know!

To further compound the ignominy of my current project there has been some truly wonderful progress made by my fellow contributors, which has all been documented on the official site and I would encourage to stop wasting time reading this drivel and go and see what should be happening!  Hopefully, once I have ticked off a few chores this morning, there might be a little more to show later in  the week.

“That’s all I ever wanted, to be a hero”. (Roger Webb)

Right I have to start this week with an apology because though I have just about kept up with cross-posting my fellow “Hero” builders posts tot the “Forgotten Heroes International” site I haven’t had time to post comments on all the excellent work that has been carried out by them. This is because my hobby time has been greatly depleted this week due to overtime at work each night and all this weekend, along with us being booked in to trade with “WSD” at the “Phalanx” wargames show today! Thankfully my wife and eldest (Myles) ended up doing this as I had to work (big thanks to them both for this). But I did spend a lot of my spare time sorting out and preparing for the show (just didn’t get the chance to buy anything at the show itself (Drat!). But enough moaning, some progress has been made and though I haven’t achieved all I was hoping this week, I am reasonably pleased with how much I have managed to get done.

Monday, and very little got done today, I did dig out my other heroklix figures to find a new pair of armsAftershock (3) for Aftershock, the (probably) unhappy donor was Janet Van’Dyne, better known as “Wasp” from the Avengers, her arms were in pretty much the right pose (though pointed outward rather than down but that shouldn’t be a problem), and as a happy addition she also has a pair of insect wings on her back, so “Buzz Off” is now a “go’er” for the next round of “He-month”. Obviously I then had to carve out Aftershock’s right arm as well, and that was all I got done.

Tuesday, was a bit more productive, I began by forgotten TRIO (wed2) figsshaping the tops of Aftershocks new arms ready for gluing them in place, then taking a couple of blobs of putty and slapping them in place on either side of her chest I created her crop top, leaving the gap at the front over the rectangle of putty I added a while back. Then like her shorts I added a couple of laces at the front with some tiny strands of putty. Next while this was still soft I pushed and glued her arms into place. The Prankster came next and I added the front and back to his jacket this was just three lumps of putty, two smaller ones at the front and a larger one at the back that were then shaped around his torso. I then added the collar to his jacket and a breast pocket, it looks like a body warmer at the moment but I’ll add the arms tomorrow.

Wednesday, and it was filing again I’m afraid, I’d been putting this off as long as I could but the time had forgotten TRIO (thur2) figscome as they say. So taking one of the two arms that came with the original I-core figure I’m using as the base for Black Scorpion (the one with the pistol) I set about filing away all the excessive detail, which sadly included an armored shoulder pad that ran down to her elbow, fortunately her pistol gave me something to hold while I did this and once done I cut away most of the pistol, but again fortuitously she sometimes uses a baton or truncheon, so I plan on adding one of these to her right hand so the pistol grip and hand positioning will be okay. Last job today was to drill the hole for the wire that will form the base for said truncheon and while it was out I drilled into the Pranksters hand as well ready for his water pistol, his hand broke off while I was doing this (didn’t realize it was separate), but this will give me the chance to re-position it a bit when I glue it back on.

Thursday, I began by tidying up around Aftershocks forgotten TRIO (fri2) figsshoulders, blending them in a bit and covering up the joints by re-sculpting the hair I’d cut away way back at the start of her conversion. Then I re-attached The Pranksters lower arm at a slightly straighter position than it was originally and then wrapping his arms in putty added the sleeves to his jacket, I ran the ends of these tight to his wrists as I’ll add his turned back cuff’s later. Then BS had her right arm attached and I blended in around the joint at the back, then I built up the truncheon around the wire that was protruding from her hand.

So we come to Friday, and though the ends may be in sight, as I said above I’m not quite over the sculpting finish line just yet. Aftershock needed her gloves forgotten TRIO (sat3) figsextending up her arms so a couple of rings of putty were put around her elbows and smoothed out and up to the middle of her upper arms, now she just needs the apparatus she uses to cause the “shocks” and tremors she is famous for, adding to her wrists and she is done. BS also needed long gloves adding so pretty much the same procedure as above was carried out on her as well with bigger rings of putty as this time I had to run them up from her wrists. She still needs the back of her costume tidying up, her shoulder pads and of course her hair and plait adding to complete her. Prangster is the one with the most work left to do, though I have added the disfigured side of his face now, but he still needs his hair doing, along with the cuffs of his jacket and of course his “acid” shooting water pistol, this is going to take the longest I suspect, and I might have to do it separately (should have started this a while back, doh!). So all in all not a bad week all things considered but no cigar, as they say.

Now I have been asked by fellow “Forgotten Heroes International” participant Mike Boynton to show some of the tools I use when sculpting. Well this isn’t a complete view of all the stuff I have in my sculpting box but these are my main weapons of choice, along with a 12”x16” off cut piece of kitchen worktop that I tools o' tradetend to sculpt on. We have from top to bottom…an old Eyeshadow brush/thing from my wife’s handbag, that is just like a soft version of a colour shaper, talking of which next is my flat angled one of these, then we have a cocktail stick wrapped in greenstuff to give it a better handle, then there is a cut down very stiff old brush great for adding texture to areas of putty (like wooly jumpers), my pointed tip colour shaper next, I probably use this most of all it’s great for blending two separate bits of putty together or adding creases to clothing. A twin spiked probe next, I have quite a few different shaped ones of these but this is my favorite (can’t say why but it’s the one I always seem to use).The next thing is a new tool I made to add the studs to Ram-Man’s skirt, it’s the fine nozzle that came with some superglue stuck on the end of a cocktail stick with putty, great for adding small circles to figures, for lights on Robots etc..,A metal re-fill from an old ball point pen is next, good for adding bigger circles, then a small knife, the handle is made of coffee stirrers glued together and sanded to shape, then we have a cocktail stick sanded flat at the end in another homemade handle, my flat bladed colour shaper next great for getting a smooth finish on areas of putty, and a couple of loose cocktail sticks (always useful). The handles on most of these have been cut down to about three inches, this is because one of my dogs as a puppy chewed my flat tipped colour shaper so I had to cut it down and re-sculpt the handle, I then found I liked it better this length so then cut down all the others, and the reason I’ve painted then different colours is to make it easier to identify the different tools when they are sprawled out across my board. Now if you’ll excuse me I should be using them rather than taking pictures of them or I’ll never get the figures finished by the end of the month!

Till next week Excelsior!!

Cheers Roger.

https://rantingsfromunderthewargamestable.wordpress.com/2016/06/18/thats-all-i-ever-wanted-to-be-a-hero/

Super Dinosaur Banana (Jez Winstanley)

Since my mid-week announcement that I was adding another character to my ‘Forgotten Heroes’ roster, I have managed to progress quite well with all three characters. When we last saw Super-Soldier, he looked like this:

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I would just like to say that the quality of this ‘photo is down to the frankly crappy photo-editor App on my phone. The actual photo was in focus, but wasn’t particular close, so I fiddled with it using the App and it ended up looking like this. In future, I will take better pictures.

Anyway, Super-Soldier now looks like this:

pesldoier 99And from the rear:

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So, he just requires some washes and a bit of detailing, including the ‘S’ on his shield, which I’m not looking forward too.

Next, when we last saw Bananaman, he looked like this:

ujez 00I was a bit concerned that he didn’t really look like he was supposed to, but colours do make a difference, so a little bit of paint and he now looks like this:

banman 1Certainly looking like he’s supposed to now. And a rear view, showing his split cape;

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I’m pretty pleased with how he’s come out. As with Super-Solidier, he just needs a few washes and some detailing, including a tiny red ‘B’ on his belt buckle.

Now, my last post introduced you to my ‘Extra Credit’ Forgotten Hero’, Stegron the Dinosaur Man, for which I had decided to use this Godzilla collectible figure as a base:

spidey godAs I knew not only how I was going to paint this one, but also how I was going to add the extra details to make it truly Stegron, work has progressed well, as you can see below:

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So, as Stegron is a stegosaurus-man, one of the defining attributes of this particular dinosaur is the spinal plates, which the base figure already had. However, The other defining attribute is the tail spikes, which the model didn’t have. So, out came a push pin (a very useful tool for making holes through plastic figures) and two holes were made through big G’s tail. I then inserted two pre-cut and pre-bent lengths of wire paperclip, the ends which I’d filed to points. And we now had the necessary tail spikes.

Now, Stegron also sports a couple of gold bracelets – no idea why. For these, I used the same method I used when creating He-Man’s wristlets way back in July 2015. Taking a cotton-bud stem, which is essentially a thin plastic tube, I cut two sections the length of the bracelets I wanted to create. Once these teeny tiny bits of plastic tube were cut, I then cut the tube length-ways and pried them open. I then clipped these two ‘bracers’ to Stegron’s wrists, adjusted them so they were in the right place, and then glued them. Then I painted him, as can be seen from the pictures above and below;

steggy2I think he’s come out rather well. He just needs his base tidying up a bit and he’s done.

https://carrioncrowsbuffet.wordpress.com/2016/06/18/super-dinosaur-banana-forgotten-heroes/

Jenny everywhere part 1 (Kaptain Kobold)

Jenny_PublicDomain1When I signed up to Forgotten Heroes I had a few ideas as to who I might do. Captain UK won out because I had a usable base figure and I thought that it would be an easy conversion. And Captain UK is now finished. So I have the rest of June in which to do one of my other options.

I have chosen to do Jenny Everywhere.

The link above tells you pretty much everything you need to know about this open-source character. All there really is of her is a description, and even that is pretty open-ended. However for Jenny Everywhere Day 2015 I did a piece about her on this blog in which I developed her as a superhero, including stats for the Supercrew RPG. In looking for artwork for that piece I noted that whilst she seemed to have been depicted in a whole range of art-forms, no-one had attempted a miniature figure of her.

Until now.

I will base her on an expanded description in the Public Domain Super Heroes Wikia:

Jenny Everywhere exists in all dimensions at once. She has the accumulated wisdom of all her other selves, and she can potentially shape or change dimensional properties. Since she exists everywhere at the same time, she may find herself in any situation, be it riding dinosaurs in the Wild West or arm wrestling Richard Nixon on the moon. For the Shifter, any adventure is possible.

Jenny prefers to get out of dangerous situations without the use of her (undefined) powers. She thrives on the thrill and always plays fair, even if it brings her close to death. The goggles and scarf were her mother’s, who was a famous pilot before she disappeared.

The base figure is Alexandra from the Wayfarer Tactics Character Compendium, a collection of 18mm 3D printable figures from the prolific Dutch Mogul. Here’s how she looks in the software I use to prepare things for printing.

Jenny base figureShe’s an 18mm figure, so I scaled her up but about 50% to get her to a suitable size such that she is compatible with Heroclix figures.

And here’s the printed version:

IMG_1330IMG_1331There is actually a 28mm version of the same figure, but she is, shall we say, heroically slender. She’d look great as the basis of a conventional female comicbook superhero, but I see Jenny Everywhere as having a less ‘traditional’ look.

I’m hoping that this will be an easy conversion, since to some extent I can pretty much make it up as I go along. I’m not planning on using a particular reference image for her clothing, but will go for something ordinary, rather than spandex and unstable molecules. The first thing I will do is give the figure an undercoat, mostly because I can’t really see what I’m doing with that bright blue plastic. Then I can tidy the figure up. The two obvious things which will then need to be modelled are the flying-goggles and the scarf, but I’ll also do her outfit at that stage. And that will be it. Painting will follow, followed by her being chopped off her base and transferred to clear perspex. Then she’ll be ready for a game of Clobberin’ Time!

Finally, because it’s the right thing to do at the moment, here’s Jenny Everywhere with a rainbow background.

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http://hordesofthethings.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/forgotten-heroes-jenny-everywhere-part-1.html

Forgotten Heroes- Extra Credit (Jez Winstanley)

I am well on my way to completing my two pledged ‘Forgotten Heroes’ – Super-Soldier and Bananaman.

Having slapped some base colours on both figures, I am happy that Bananaman does not require any further trimming of his banana ‘horns’, as once the paint was on they looked fine. However, referring to my copy of Super-Soldier #1, I realised that my version needs a haircut, as his mask cover the back of his head, so I need to file down his hair before applying the next coat of paint. However, you will have to wait until the weekend for pictures of that…

As I have some extra time, which is always a blessing when it comes to hobby stuff, and everyone else seems to be either further ahead than me or producing more characters (for details of their progress, check out the official Forgotten Heroes site), I thought I’d try an earn some ‘extra credit’ by doing an additional figure. I did have a couple of potential back-up figures, but the first I’m still not entirely sure how to do and the second I wasn’t particularly enthused about.

Luckily, an additional figure I purchased on a whim when ordering my last batch of ‘clix from Blue Rat Games gave me an idea. A quick bit of online research and I realised that this figure, suitably repainted, would make an ideal proxy for the more recent depictions of this character.

So, the ‘Extra Credit’ character I will be attempting to complete before the end of June, which will especially please Michael Awdry of 28mm Victorian Warfare fame, is…

Stegron, the Dinosaur Man!

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Stegron first saw print in Marvel Team-up #19, published in March 1974 and was created by Len Wein and Gil Kane. In his first appearance, Vincent Stegron was hired by S.H.I.E.L.D. to work with Dr. Curt Connors (better known as the Spider-Man foe the Lizard) to analyze dinosaur DNA sourced from the Savage Land. Inspired by the experiment that transformed Dr. Connors into the Lizard, Stegron stole some of this DNA and injected himself with it. As you do. Unsurprisingly, he was then transformed into an orange-skinned dinosaur-man, who was mentally able to control dinosaurs. Transporting several of these to New York from the Savage Land, he planned to take over the world by transforming the human race into dinosaur men like himself. It took the combined efforts of Spider-Man, the Black Panther and Ka-Zar to stop him.

Even though Stegron is very derivative of the Lizard and decidedly funky, he has regularly popped up on many occasions since then, primarily as a foe of Spider-Man, but also acting as the protector of the Savage Land in concert with Ka-Zar on a number of occasions. Initially, his appearance was more stream-lined and human-looking, but more recent depictions show him more bulked out and dinosaur-looking and this is the version that I’m going to try to replicate.

stegro4So, what was the additional figure I picked up that will be (hopefully) transformed into Stegron? This one:

neca-wizkids-godzilla-2014-movie-mini-figure-series-1-godzilla-atomic-fire-breath-new-15This is the 2014 movie version of Godzilla from NECA’s tie-in range of collectible miniatures, specifically the ‘Atomic Breath’ variant. It’s a nicely detailed miniature and cost me a grand total of £2.49, which given that’s it 2″ tall, is a bit of bargain. To give some idea of scale, here he is next to a 28mm HeroScape Spider-Man figure:

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He’s a bit of monster, isn’t he? As you can see, I’ve removed his ‘Atomic Breath’, which was just a case of tugging it free. This has joined my bits box, as I’m sure I’ll find some nefarious use for it. To complete his transformation from iconic Kaiju into orange-hued Spider-Man villain, he ideally needs tail spikes and a couple of bracelets, which all the best ‘dressed’ dinosaur-men are sporting this season. I have some ideas on how to achieve this, but we shall see exactly how successful I am. Other than that, it will be just a case of repainting him.

Join me at the weekend for updates on all three ‘Forgotten Heroes’, as well as a further update on Andy’s burger cart. As Stegron would say “When I’ve got a monster appetite, only Cupid Burgers can satisfy my primal urges.”

https://carrioncrowsbuffet.wordpress.com/2016/06/15/forgotten-heroes-extra-credit/

Captain UK part 7 (Kaptain Kobold)

IMG_1298You’ll be pleased to hear that this is the final part!

Now varnished, I cut Captain UK free from the last piece of evidence that she was originally Catwoman.

She’s one of those Heroclix figures with the little disks on the feet, so I sliced those off as well. Badly. I had to do a little bit of remodelling on the soles of her boots after this picture was taken.

IMG_1299Finally I glued her to a 30mm perspex base, and she was done!

Here’s the completed Captain UK.

P6130426P6130427P6130428And a comparison shot – Captain UK on the left and the original Catwoman figure on the right.

P6130429Friends? Or foes?

P6130430This was a fun exercise, and not as hard to do as I thought it would be. Modelling a complete arm was a new experience, and it was very satisfying to see the character emerge from her feline origins.

The final step is to actually play a game using the figure. And HERE it is.

http://hordesofthethings.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/forgotten-heroes-captain-uk-part-7.html

Captain UK part 6 (Kaptain Kobold)

Captain UK’s costume wasn’t as hard to paint as I thought, although I’m not sure I’ve got the curves of some of it quite right. However different artists seem to apply their own variations to the precise design of the costume – how far the upper white bit comes down the cleavage, for example, that I think I can be allowed the luxury of some artistic licence of my own.

IMG_1290IMG_1291IMG_1292Here she is after some tidying up of lines, plus addition of the eyes and the emblem on the mask.

IMG_1293IMG_1294And the painting completed. With hindsight I think I brought the upper red part of her costume down too far, but I’m not changing it at this stage. I refer you to the ‘artistic licence’ bit above.

IMG_1295[1]IMG_1297[1]The next stage is to varnish her, then she can be put on her perspex base and she’s all done!

 http://hordesofthethings.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/forgotten-heroes-captain-uk-part-6.html

Purgatori & Vampirella 02 (Bryan Scott)

Here I present my four finished conversions for the Forgotten Heroes project. As I explained last time, the heroes I wanted to create were the vampire characters of Purgatori and Vampirella, who both appear in comics produced by Dynamite Entertainment. I mentioned that I’d be making two versions of each of them – a normal 28mm scale version and a 28mm scale Chibi version. Here they are.

Vampifan's Purgatori & Vampirella 01For my normal version of Purgatori, I decided to base her on an old Citadel Dark Elf Harpie (typical of Games Workshop, she is now out of production). A copy of the Harpie I used is at the far left of my two photos. I remodelled her hair, and added plastic horns taken from a GW Skeletons sprue to her head. I added bone shoulder pads and gave her long fingerless gloves and a bra made of Milliput. I added thigh length boots and remodelled her feet. The Harpie had longer legs and feet, so I hid her taloned feet by surrounding them with a pile of decapitated heads from my spare parts box. She stands on a 25mm diameter MDF base, which is textured with sand. Overall, I’m very pleased with my conversion. There are no official or unofficial versions of Purgatori, which makes my figure unique.

Vampifan's Purgatori & Vampirella 02For my figure of Vampirella I chose a Marvel Heroclix figure of a Con Artist from the old Xplosion expansion set as the basis for my conversion. The Heroclix Con Artist appears at the far right of my two photos. It was probably not the most obvious figure to choose but I thought she had potential. Her arms and legs were almost perfect. I remodelled her two bracelets and added extra upper arm bracelets as well. Her body needed extensive reworking and her hair obviously needed lengthening. Cutting off her clothes was not an easy task but a very sharp craft knife helped and I knew if I cut too deeply I could always repair her with modelling putty. Once I had removed all of the extraneous plastic (working with plastic made my life a lot easier!) I then went to work with the modelling putty and remade her bum and boobs and added her iconic costume. Finally, I added her long length hair, based her and textured the base. I’m reasonably happy with her. I think it’s a decent effort but I’ll be the first to admit that some of the unofficial versions of Vampirella are a lot better than my version. Still, once again, I have a unique figure to add to my collection.

SDE Vandella, Purgatori & Vampirella 01Moving onto the two Chibi versions of Purgatori and Vampirella I must admit that these were a lot easier to convert and more fun to do. Both conversions are based on the same figure – Succubus Vandella from Soda Pop Miniatures’ game Super Dungeon Explore. She’s at the far left of these two photos. Vandella can be either an evil Mini-Boss or a Hero, depending upon which version you choose for her. She was also the perfect figure for me to convert into Purgatori and Vampirella.
For Purgatori, I first cut off Vandella’s pigtails and tail. I snipped the ends off a wooden cocktail stick to use as her horns and glued them to the front of her head. I know they should be curved but this was the best solution I could come up with. I added her left eye with modelling putty as I wanted her to have both eyes open. Then I remodelled her hair and costume with Milliput. All in all, a relatively simple conversion.

SDE Vandella, Purgatori & Vampirella 02For my conversion of Vampirella the first thing I did was to cut her head off (!). This was to make it easier to remove Vandella’s wings. It is a fact that Vampirella can fly. In the original black and white Warren series she used to transform into a bat but more recently she spouts wings from her back when she wants to fly. However, because she rarely ever flies I decided to model her without the wings. Once again, I cut off Vandella’s pigtails and tail and also her two wings. I cut away the flame from her candle. I repainted the candle so that it is now a scroll holder. I added Vampirella’s white collar to her neck, which was made from Milliput. Then I drilled and pinned her head back in place and added her left eye and remodelled her long hair. She was a slightly more complex conversion than Purgatori but in no way a difficult conversion for me.
I have to admit that I absolutely love my Chibi conversions of Purgatori and Vampirella. I think I have captured the look and personality of them both just perfectly. I am now working on ideas on how to incorporate them in a game. Do I stick with Super Dungeon Explore or shall I try out Chibi World? Do I have them in an unlikely team up (with superheroes any team up is possible) or do I have them on opposing sides? I have lots of ideas spinning in my head.
I’d just like to end by saying this project was great fun and I thoroughly enjoyed taking part. A big thank you to Jez and Roger for bringing it to fruition and for allowing me to participate. Here’s hoping the project continues next year.

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http://vampifansworldoftheundead.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/forgotten-heroes-purgatori-vampirella-02.html