Watch out for more Grandville miniatures in the next couple of months.
This time we’re focussing on opponents for LeBrock and Ratzi, starting with the mangy menace of ‘Mad Dog’ Mastock from Grandville Mon Amour in all his tatty glory, complete with nasty knife:
Mastock, from Grandville Mon Amour by Bryan Talbot
Mastock, sculpted in polymer clay by Andrew May.
Hot on LeBrock’s heels come these three armed killers; secret police in the employ of the shadowy cabal at the heart of Grandville:
Todd, from Grandville by Bryan Talbot
Niles, from Grandville by Bryan Talbot
Edward, from Grandville by Bryan Talbot
Todd, sculpted in polymer clay by Andrew May.
Niles, sculpted in polymer clay by Andrew May.
Edward, sculpted in polymer clay by Andrew May.
All models come with separate heads, which can be posed or swapped between bodies for extra variety.
Kevin Dallimore has served up another fabulous paint job, this time of LeBrock mk II.
LeBrock mk II, resculpted by Jo Brumby, painted by Kevin Dallimore
This resculpted model is on sale from Crooked Dice.
The Ocelot is off to the Lakes Comic Art Festival in Kendal tomorrow with a bulging pouch of Grandville Miniatures.
Look out for Bryan Talbot’s personal display of painted models, or buy your own from Forbidden Planet and Waterstones.
Roving oceloteers Helena and Maisie are highly approachable and open to hellos and offers of tea. Look for the tall one in the red t-shirt or the normal-sized one dressed as Billie.
Presenting our newly remodelled Detective Inspector LeBrock of Scotland Yard!
Like a great architectural wonder of the steam era, LeBrock has been re-engineered by Jo Brumby for greater structural integrity and aesthetic charm.
Available online and at shows from Crooked Dice.
Armed with a dainty derringer and dressed to kill, Billie can be yours for a price.
Go to the lovely Crooked Dice people’s online store to place your order.
… although those colours are mainly black and white, as befits LeBrock’s ladyfriend of the night.
Billie, beautifully painted by Kevin Dallimore, sculpted by Jo Brumby.
On sale soon!
Billie, sculpted by Jo Brumby, painted by Kevin Dallimore
Here are some shots of the master casts of Billie. Or should that be mistress casts?
Anyway, we think Jo Brumby’s beautiful job of translating her from the page to three dimensions looks just great in white metal.
Production castings should be available soon.