X Men & Avengers (Raymond S.T.)

I crammed the last 3 days to get these in since ill be hemmed up from Wednesday through till Sunday.For this week I’ve continued along with my mutant theme. First is just a paint job of a mini from my pile of lead. I decided to do Caliban after I stumbled across this mini(can’t remember where I got him from).
Originally the mini was purple so I just added a light coating of white, then
red, & two dots of yellow for the eyes.
For my second mutant I went with Random.
Sadly I can’t recall the heroclix that I used for him & I accidentally deleted my first couple of pics of this Frankenstein project. First I cut off the majority of his left arm so I could attempt to add his gun arm. For the barrels I simply used the protective tops of my paint brushes & greenstuff. clearly need to work on sculpting skills. I couldn’t get the bandana to work with two tail pieces so I opted to stay with just one.
My final step was to paint him up. At some point in time ill go back & attempt to add some more detail to his gun arm.
And lastly I wanted to add to my heroclix Avengers team which consisted of US Agent, Hawk Eye, & Wonderman. ( no modifications done to them other then the clear bases).
So I painted up minis from reaper, crossover, & superfigs. As the Hulk, Antman, & Silver Centurion Iron Man. I’ve got a better mini for the Iron Man but couldn’t find him so went with this one. I’m sure I’ll find the other one tomorrow or the next day.
I plan on adding 2-4 more minis for my Avengers team.
That’s all for now, my limited skills are spent!! I plan on doing a few more for the final week just not sure who as of yet.

4 thoughts on “X Men & Avengers (Raymond S.T.)”

  1. You do realise you only had to do one, Ray? Your output has been very impressive and Random was a character I’d almost forgotten about. Looks like the base figure was Blockbuster from the Reavers. Good work.

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  2. The miniature you used for Caliban is from Rattrap Productions, makers of the .45 Adventure pulp rules. It looks like its right arm has been repositioned.
    Great work! Random is a character I pretty much forgot all about, so very appropriate for Forgotten Heroes!

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