McLeod is a consummate professions- a cold-hearted killer who will wait patiently for days for the right time to strike. When he does attack he is as fast and as deadly as a snake.
Amelia is by Copplestone Castings, from their Future War range. The fangs were just painted on, not sculpted. McLeod is by Heresy- He's not actually meant to be a vampire either, but I was particularly please that he had a bat on his belt buckle- a nice little detail I wasn't expecting.
These guys will from the bases of my modern vampire range, inspired by the movies Blade and Underworld (and their sequels) and by White Wolfs Gothic-punk game Vampire, the Masquerade. I am on the look out for more miniature that have the right feel for them, and will add to the range as and when I get them. They will be used in my supers RPG campaign, but if I paint up another one I could used them as Hired Guns for my necroplain team in Pulp City too.
Ever since Vampifan (I think) did a series about an Underworld minis game, listing good vampires and werewolves, I've been tempted to start putting together something similar...
These are very nice! I've wanted to pick up that Heresy figure for a while now, but unsure where to use him. He suits this role perfectly!
Nice work as usual Rob. An eclectic sequence of minis as ever. :)
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