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(M) Figures from M3 Models inc.

Postby Steve Bennett » Thu Jun 21, 2007 11:46 am

I am pleased to be able to introduce to you guys, the beginnings of a new range of figures, from one of our very own members, Andrew Milner. So far he has kept his skills as a sculptor hidden, but now having quickly learnt how to reproduce his little people in resin, it is time to share with the rest of this community. Before you get bored with my rambling, here is a first look at one of his figures.

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The first two figures in the range are quite similar and do share several parts in common. These are not one piece figures, but come as component parts, which will offer more variety in looks and pose. Here is an example of the pieces that go to make one figure.

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The first two figures, as I mentioned above, share some components, the main difference between the two, is in the leg position. This combined with different heads, gives 8 different variations from the parts. Sounds complicated, but it is not really, hopefully, these pictures will help explain.

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Postby andrew milner » Sat Nov 03, 2007 6:53 pm

Well, it took some time but there is finally some news on a couple of new standing figures.

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As you can hopefully see, they are very similar with the gent on the left standing upright (3" tall) with his friend in a more 'stooped' pose. As seen in the next pic, he is directed more at workshop kinds of scenes (although I'm sure you can think of other uses!)

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Because I am unsure of their popularity, these two are initially available directly from me. There is as usual, a choice :D Pose 1 (upright) or pose 2 (stooped). As the arms are again separate, you have the choice of bent or straight, in both left and right arms :shock: And there is a choice of the same 4 heads! This shows my attempt at painting one (the left hand of which has been slightly repositioned to hold the grinder).

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As I have the moulds made for two figures I made initially, I will also offer these figures for sale, again there will be a limited market I'm sure but they may be of use.

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This one is a seated figure with just one separate arm (the right) and the head is moulded on.


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This one is the mining/tram driver I showed on Ralphs' thread. He is in 4 parts, again fixed head.

To keep things as easy as possible :!: I will keep the pricing as from Steve of £5 each to include UK postage. UK cheques or Paypal to my e-mail address. If anyone wants the original drivers at the same time, I have those too, choices as before.
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Postby andrew milner » Wed Nov 07, 2007 12:32 pm

A set of four heads only is £4 including p+p. (mix and match if you want 8). If ordering with figures, you can order individual heads at £1 each but it's not really worth the p+p for individual heads.

I am hoping to add to the variety of heads in time. (TIME! what's that :D )
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Postby Steve Bennett » Mon May 26, 2008 10:37 am

Sitting in a "Flea". You will probably need to discard the seat though and find something else for him to sit on.

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