Wednesday, 16 February 2011

28mm Unpainted Antenocitis Workshop Warthog Comparison and Size Pictures

You have probably seen these elsewhere and similar pictures but it's the one thing that I like is not just what some things look like but how they scale up to other manufactures not just what they were designed to go with, hope these help and they are lovely vehicles and will soon be painted alongside some Pig Iron MBTs for my Neo US forces. These were a present from a friend ( people who know me always know I have a figure/model wishlist) and were even made and completed aswell.

Painted example on the manufacturer's website http://www.antenocitisworkshop.com/warthog-scout-apc.html

Any questions leave a comment or email me at deadmoneyguy@yahoo.co.uk. Thanks.

L to R, 28mm Hasslefree, Copplestone, Foundry, Lead Adventure and Four A miniatures.





32 comments:

  1. That's pretty nice looking. How are you going to paint it?

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  2. Thats pretty neat - I have really only looked at Antenociti's scenics. Yeah, how are you gonna paint it?

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  3. @WarRaptor: Hoping to go with a dark grey.

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  4. what a big collection you have !

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  5. sweeet can't wait to see the final product.

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  6. Looking forward to seeing these done.

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  7. Cool minis! I look forward to seeing them painted!

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  8. Can't wait to see it after you paint it.

    Also I love that predator!

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  9. looking forward to the final product :)

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  10. That looks bloody good, one mean looking vehicle.
    One thing that bothers me...in all the zombie films the survivors go around in school buses and the like but there would be chocks of decent military armoured vehicles laying around...or? I´d like to see what a bunch of zombies would do against a Challenger apart from "squish!!" :-D
    Cheers
    paul

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  11. Are those tents "home made"? They look pretty good.

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  12. That's an excellent near-future design. You could use that all over the place, and with the clear surfaces it would also work as the basis for a conversion of something new.

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  13. Very nice, very nice. Seeing the finished process will be even better.

    Oooooh FPS too huh? Another "very nice" heh.

    Happy Wednesday!

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  14. Nice post BRO!!!!

    fallowing and supporting!!!

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  15. Cool stuff. Must be hard to paint.

    Following to see more...

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  16. those vehicles look kinda plain. u should add something awesome to em. like a kill counter or something that says "this side up" and hte arrow facing towards the ground. something random like that. or name it the the "enola gay" thats the name of the plane that dropped a nuke

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  17. Not too shabby at all, I can't wait to see them painted.

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  18. Can't wait to see it painted! Great :)

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  19. very cool gift. must be nice to have friends that encourage quirky hobbies haha.

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  20. I love this figure but I think it is too expensive for me :P

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  21. I wanna drive to work in one of those.

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  22. I like seeing the before shot. Tim used to paint a long time ago. These are cool. Just wanted to stop in and say hi. I'm home from the shop and headed to bed. Have a yummy day.

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  23. So where can I order one of those vehicles? In full size? I want to drive one of those through my neighbor's lawn, just to say I did.

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  24. looks like you could bust some heads with those tanks! if i was 3cm tall, i'd shit myself

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