Painted Gamora

This is Gamora, the Deadliest Woman in the Galaxy and also a hero in Marvel Crisis Protocol. Needless to say, Gamora is dedicated melee combatant in MCP; unlike her sister Nebula she can also actually do things to score points so she isn’t a completely one-trick pony. I haven’t managed to put her on the table yet so it remains to be seen whether she’s worth her fairly steep 4 point cost but I’m looking forward to trying her out. I like Gamora in the few comic book appearances I’ve read but I’ve felt that she gets a pretty raw deal in the MCU films where she’s pretty much relegated to being a sidekick in the Star-Lord show. Somewhere out there, someone must be planning a Gamora and Nebula mini-series.

Painting Gamora was somehow a very easy and pleasant task. The contrast between the black base armour and the white raised plates makes it really simple to get a good tabletop job going on here and her green hair and skin breaks up the monochrome look nicely.

Next on the painting table: Shokkjump Dragsta.

Categories: Marvel Crisis Protocol, Painting and modelling | Tags: | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Painted Gamora

  1. I like that they went old school comicbook not MCU with her!

  2. That didn’t take long for you to finish! The armor and face both look great. Thanos better watch his back! 🙂

    • Yes, she was a pleasure to paint. Thanos does have a mini in MCP so if I ever get him then we can have some family in-fighting.

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