pictures from LR and LT figures

MMP Mithril in Middle-Earth The Art Gallery of Mayor Samwise pictures from LR and LT figures

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  • #776
    Turambar
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    I have a question, better saying a request:
    Is there anybody out there you can share pictures of UNPAINTED figures?
    In this case the complete Limited Edition-range and the LT-range.
    I am curious . . .

    #29197
    Turambar
    Participant

    I have a question, better saying a request:
    Is there anybody out there you can share pictures of UNPAINTED figures?
    In this case the complete Limited Edition-range and the LT-range.
    I am curious . . .

    #29198
    Milo
    Participant

    Hi Christoph,

    As a start, there is lost wiki where unpainted but unassembled minis pictures are provided
    http://www.miniatures-workshop.com/lostminiswiki/index.php?title=Category:LR_Series
    http://www.miniatures-workshop.com/lostminiswiki/index.php?title=Mithril_LT_Helm%27s_Deep_%28LT1_-_LT15%29

    I have LT range & 20LR unpainted & assembled in my gallery I will try to help.

    #29199
    Turambar
    Participant

    Well, Master Milo, I do know about lostminiswiki very well indeed.
    But they are PAINTED !
    If it is the truth that you have those you mentioned I should write you “in private” . . .
    😎

    #29200
    Gildor
    MMP Elder

    I still have all my LR figurines, and most of LT unpainted & unassembled still in blister actually

    (and those LR blisters are a pain to remove parts from the plastic card… always afraid to bend and break a small part due to how th pastic fixes them…

    #29201
    Theobald
    Participant

    Well, Gildor, you’re right saying that removing the parts of some of the LR-series-figures requires some surgeon’s skill. Nevertheless I value most of those releases very much, because just of that – having to assemble the figure(s) – made it possible to have them being more three-dimensional. – E.g. the cloaks of some Nazgûls, consisting of two parts, supports this very much.

    Then, as for another matter, in those days of the release of figures I really was fascinated by the new design of the bases. I think the shape of those bases was excellent … it supported the figures much more as you could paint the base according to the structure it has and finishing it outside in black (as the old colour-schemes suggested).
    To me that was far more better than always having to face that old rectangular base with those undefinable “bubbles” on it.

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