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  1. From Statuesque's Sci-fi Resistance line, the beautiful and ice-cold Commissar Vespera Venko. Practiced some highlights and shading on this one, and I'm not entirely displeased. Also guest-starring 50221, Nazi Zombie Officer (undead Nazis are easily one of the three worst types of Nazis). Took the opportunity to touch up Ivanetta Kozlov (50226) and a Black Cat Space Dwarf that I'd painted as a Red Army guard. Click for turnaround: How do you kill something that won't die? With OVERWHELMING SOVIET FIREPOWER! More shots: A picture with comrades: Has Comrade Salchow outlived his usefulness to the Revolution?! Is this the "nine-gram pension"? Vespera also comes with an alternate gas mask head, which you may be sure is going in my bits box. I will find a home for it.
  2. This implausibly zaftig Soviet lady (50226) has been painted up for well over a year, but I didn't want to take pictures until I had a good background. The propaganda posters for the Moon Communists took care of that problem, though! Comrade Kozlov comes with some rubble, timbers and a brick wall, which I elected to use as set dressing, A few coffee stirrers made a barricade of the right height for her to lean on. Give her a line of sight down the Stalingrad streets and she will be Death in high boots. I'm not even going to make a pretense towards accuracy on the uniform. I just like that pale greyish purple. (I think it was Slaanesh "grey" mixed with a drop of dark blue or maybe purple wash). More Soviets inbound!
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