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Very characterfull minis, and nice paintjobs!
The Goblins, not to be outdone by anyone, also got a warband:
Slightly bigger than most of the others, since quantity is a quality all of it’s own, or so the warboss says anyway.
There are a few close-ups on the blog:
Thanks for looking!
My dungeon is starting to be properly furnished, another set I put together over a few days:
There are a few more pics on the blog:
Thanks for looking!
More furnishings for the dungeon, because I was working on sci-fi stuff 🙂
More on the blog:
They are mostly Microworld, but there are a pair of Baccus and Irregular minis in there too.
@AB: You have some of the nicest 6mm minis around, so of course the need to see more use!
I did always get a PA-vibe from stonehaven, now I know why I suppose 😉
I do have a request if you are creating a few PA inspired models; I’d love to see more metro/stalker-like characters, greatcoats or cloaks with respirators/gas masks and whatever weapons they managed to salvage. Maybe you could call them “stonehaven defenders”. If you were to make both civvies and armed models, like with the junkers, I sure wouldn’t mind that either! 😉
@NM: Thank you!
Well, actually the halfling is wearing the compulsory ring of invisibility, but I assure you he is in the shot!
looking ace, good job!
Great painjobs, they look gorgeous!
Looks like some exellent games, thanks for sharing! Love the red and gold imperials 🙂
Neat little trick there, thanks for sharing!
Thank you for the kind words, and for making the toys that let’s us play!
Color me interested, something similar to KR-16, or completly new?
Brilliant work, as always!
So cool, lovely stuff!
@AB: Thanks, I try to do your pieces justice 😉
@Thaddeus; I’m glad you like them! There is no trick to the color really, just an basecoat of Army Painter’s Dragon red and some white to create a good contrast.
It really makes the red stand out even more. The white background does help a bit too 🙂
@Splod; Thank you for the kind words 🙂
Thank you! Yes they are indeed Microworld Undead, great models!03/01/2015 at 18:03 in reply to: The defence of reactor 7: A FiveCore Company Command AAR #14874
@nathaniel: Thanks! I can’t recommend O8 enough, his stuff is great! he makes lots of cold war-era tanks and such as well 😉
@Jack: The beauty of 3mm gaming is that you can afford it even if you don’t need it, that’s how I got started..
I like that houserule, I also prefer armored units to wreak each other fairly quickly. I think I might try it next time, with more vehicles of course!02/01/2015 at 18:16 in reply to: The defence of reactor 7: A FiveCore Company Command AAR #14806
@Just Jack: The great thing about the rules is that they are historical, yet I managed to play a convincingly “sci-fy-y” game with them anyway 🙂
Thank you for your kind words, I try to give as fair and unbiased reviews as I can, knowing there is no such thing as truly unbiased, if that makes any sense :p
There are too many great toys out there, I agree! I currently have 3mm, 6mm and 15mm projects running, sci-fi and fantasy both just to make it interesting.. My solution is usually to buy them all, 3mm is so cheap anyway, and I can use most 6mm buildings I own too, so thats a big plus!
The game took about 90 minutes, mostly because I spent so many actions on the tanks trying to kill each other, while what they were actually doing was nothing of the sort. I take unhealthy amounts of pics as well, which adds some time too.. And sorting them out afterwards is always a nightmare..
I will most certainly try the “panzer-quick-kill” approch to armor next game, just to see if I can’t fit a few more tanks in then as well!
@Ivan: Frontier commander sounds like a good name for the sci-fi supplement. I would like to request rules for power armor and mechs too, pretty-please-with-a-cherry-on-top?01/01/2015 at 22:20 in reply to: The defence of reactor 7: A FiveCore Company Command AAR #14770
Thank you for the kind words!
I really enjoy the various NWG titles, but Five Parsecs is still my favorite 🙂
Awesome game, nice paintjobs and really interesting terrain!
Nice work, love the names 🙂
Very nice! Striking Paintjob 🙂
Thank you for putting this together, at a glance it looks very promising! I’ll be sure to try it soon!
Seriously cool stuff, your work never fails to inspire! The kit-bashed Ogre was something else, can’t wait to see more!
Nice find! I just want to add that they also have an U.K based ebay store: http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Outland-Models-UK
they have a lot of the same kits there for those of us this side of the pond 🙂
@Shelldrake: The uk store ships to australia as well, don’t know about shipping costs though.. thought I’d let you know 😉