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As OldBen1 wrote
Khurasan miniatures. Spaceport bounty hunters.
He is the middle figure here… khurasanminiatures.tripod.com/ttc2503.jpg just cut and paste the link or add https:// in front.
Not to my knowledge. I should have recalled you are doing fantasy in 10mm duh!
Are they RPE’s Ice Witches? I must say they look much more muscular than on RPE
Your pike look very nice. The feathers are a nice touch05/02/2021 at 19:20 in reply to: Looking To Dress Up Your Time Machine Or Laboratory? #150532
Dan you might want to copy, in 15mm, some of Bob Murch’s Mad Science Equipment
or Frontline’ Movie Power Units http://www.frontlinewargaming.co.uk/photos/25/ER10.html
I wish they made them in 15mm
Kwel. A LOT of work on those models
Really excellent looking photos of the story31/01/2021 at 05:50 in reply to: Looking To Dress Up Your Time Machine Or Laboratory? #150299
Well… yeah a bit to modern. I mean the newer electrical items are all inside boxes so just boxes… while the Victorian equipment is all out in the open. Here is something that might be easy to make https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tesla_coil#/media/File:Bipolar_Tesla_transformer_1908.jpg
Of course it’s not really very picturesque just like a van de Graf or Jacobs ladder aren’t without the arcs.
Splinteredlight has a magic user casting a spell with what looks like an arc from the one hand to the other. Perhaps you could emulate that between the two Jacobs Ladder leads?
This https://www.steltercreativewoodworks.com/frankensteins-laboratory-props/ has some neat looking props just like your movie stills up at the top.30/01/2021 at 20:24 in reply to: Looking To Dress Up Your Time Machine Or Laboratory? #150295
Really nice looking “scientific” stuff Dan. Any more things of that sort?
As to the two Old Glory labs I think the vials, flasks, books etc are the same in both sets
Oh very nice! Love the tentacles
Looking forward to the new scatter terrain28/12/2020 at 00:37 in reply to: Finally I can defend myself against my own French miniatures. #148808
Most Excellent! Happy Christmas present, my wife never gives me anything like that 🙁17/12/2020 at 20:04 in reply to: Winters Fall: Leaders of Men. New game in developement #148448
I liked Highlander
Some of the quality craft paints are offering colour shifting paints now. Often in the same versions. They work, more paint for less price but more than the usual price for craft paint. I’ve seen them in Folk Art, Deco, and Ceramcoat (I’m sure I misspelled that) brands.
SWEET! Those are great sets OldBen1
Western gunfight. Old Ben Kenobi facing down that notorious gunfighter and bounty hunter. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEdwkEloglY play the theme while playing
Spacejackers work was fantastic. I too will look forward to seeing your stuff.
Speaking of spacejacker does anyone know where he is? Back in the UK? Still in Australia? Elsewhere? Oh well none of my business29/11/2020 at 05:16 in reply to: Ultracast 15mm figures and MeG from Plastic Soldier Company #147660
Thank you for the review. They sound nice. I wonder how long before I even see either
Those are beautiful. Did you sculpt them?
Use Army Painter’s method. It works on small figures, too, and it can really speed things up!
If you don’t mind, what is Army Painter’s method in this sort of situation?
Nevermind. For some reason I thought Army Painter was a painter. Obviously I’m completely confused today
I don’t know if this is of any use but Brigade Models do Small scale models marked as 2mm.
These are their middle east set.
You might ask for a size quote. And they might not be able to deliver just now as they are sending their spincaster off for a tuneup
Yasmina’s new digs?
The display is magnificent. Love the Terror Birds in there
Will the Chronicles of Erland be pdf or paper?
Holy moly! How tall is the big one? Two feet?12/09/2020 at 02:29 in reply to: The Unnamed Legion (3mm scale Epic Armageddon "Heresy" Proxies) #143908
How to start new thread
If you want it in 6mm Sci-Fi scroll to the top of this page where you see Forums › Sci Fi › 6mm Sci-Fi then you click Sci-Fi
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A spot for Topic Title and a nice clean place to write your text
Thank you for the reviews, especially for MEG.
I have a few of the Alternative Armies Beotans. The ones I have are 20mm tall. Nicely cast and posed but they do take up a lot of personal space
I had forgotten Khurasan has 3 packs of canids, Raug Ceepays and since I find trying to locate anything on his site very difficult this is the page http://khurasanminiatures.tripod.com/15mmscifi.html and page down to the 15mm Soriog Empire.
Oh and I’m told they are huge but I’ve never seen them to measure. They look a great deal like Darkest Stars Canids in poses, very active, but larger
One more edit.
On Wargames Website there is a thread about Traveller figures. One of the pictures has a Darkest Star Garrhul, a Khurasan Raug Ceepay, and a Rafm Warhound, along with a couple of Rafm felines and a Ground Zero NSL Jager. The date I saved the picture is October 23, 2018 so about then
I’m very interested in this question also.
I recently purchased Ralfm set RAF07015. Very nice sculpts, evidently done by the young Perry twins for Citadel/Games Workshop back in the before days. The castings were clean and sharp in the main. There are four castings with two each and two single castings. One pair has a very long stride advancing and is 15mm tall sole of foot to top of head. The next two pairs are 16mm tall, advancing rifle on left side and advancing rifle cross body. Next pair stationary head turned to right, rifle cross body 15mm. One single is head turned to right, right arm extended to right pointing 15mm tall. The last is stationary pistol pointed upward, crouched 15mm. If you count pointed ears some of the poses are 16mm, difficult to measure precisely.
I also have the support staff set RAF07028 however my set only has the one warhound figure in the upper row. In place of the one in the lower row I have two of the human figures in the top row. The warhound figure in this set has a very long stride, is 15mm, and has a bag, no weapons.
I emailed Ralfm when I discovered the missing warhound, July 30, but have received no reply. Perhaps they will do better for you.
If you are interested the Car Leonis (felines) are all almost exactly 15mm tall. The feline officer, with sword, in the Support Staff set RAF07028 is 16mm the other two are 15mm.
OK I don’t understand. 2.5D roofs? I understand 3D and I think I understand 2.5D walls but roofs? Please explain24/08/2020 at 03:52 in reply to: Working through my 15mm Sci-Fi. GZG CDF added 8/31 #142790
They look very good. I should be so industrious
There is another, yet again, Twilight 2000
Twilight: 2000 – Roleplaying in the WWIII That Never Was
Sweet. The dwarves do not seem out of scale to the other dwarves. Your carrion crawlers look great. Very colourful17/08/2020 at 03:23 in reply to: Another Threshing-Floor and an Altar to the Detestable God of the Ammonites. #142426
Very nice.No, better than that, spectacular
You are correct about the two priestesses.
I am kind of unhappy with this notice
Due to the age of the Donnington ‘Original’ ranges, to achieve the best results, castings may require more substantive preparation prior to painting than our newer ranges
What does this mean? Lots of flash? Ah well. I loved the old Donnington figures, incredible character.
the terrain was fantastic. I really like it06/08/2020 at 01:31 in reply to: My 15mm Romans and Terrain for Infamy, Infamy! a Video! #141787
Where did you get the Obelix figure? Yes France but from whom in France?
Sounds like excellent advice. I shall have to look for some26/07/2020 at 22:01 in reply to: I enjoy setting up the table as much as any other part of miniatures #141200
I am the odd gamer out it seems To me the camaraderie of my friends is the point of the game. I do my best to paint the toys, but there are many here much better than I, to do terrain but Michael, our host, makes exquisitely beautiful pieces. Irish Serb, Stroezie, and many others on this board make beautiful things that I cannot. That’s OK. Watching you exhibit your toys is fun.
Old Ben does great looking set pieces. His Innsmouth and Blade Runner are fantastic. Thomaston’s stories are great and the miniatures have so much fun in them.
Very good. Thank you for the link
I like the big green guy.
A very prosperous looking village