Wednesday, 13 April 2011

28mm Painted Quantum Gothic Communication Dish.

.........28mm comparison pictures and 15mm scale picture for Luckyjoe.







L to R, 28mm Hasslefree and Chronoscope Miniatures.



15mm FOW size pictures for Luckyjoe

45 comments:

  1. That's a stout antenna. I bet you'd never lose the signal in high winds with that thing. ;)

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  2. I was about to say great 'little' objective marker, until I saw the comparison shots. Great 'big' objective marker! :)

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  3. That satellite is huge! The other figures look so tiny right next to it

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  4. What angrylurker , do you have underground science lab like batman or not? You are upto something...madscientist,gothic communication ginny antenna...

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  5. Looks like you could watch Doctor Who episodes that's haven't even been made yet. Great reception.

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  6. hey, but that dish is not painted! that is cheating!!

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  7. @Patti D: I'm afraid it is, Vallejo WW2 German fieldgrey, inked with a brown wash and drybrushed with medium grey.

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  8. Hello BRO!!

    Nice posting !!!

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  9. Interesting, that looks like something similar I got from a flea market recently, it might be the same kit...a visit ot the cellar is called for.
    Cheers
    paul

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  10. Another great post! keep up the good blogging!

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  11. That looks like the very first piece of the death star!

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  12. It looks especially good in 15mm - and to follow up on Tim's comment, in 6mm you could pick up Doctor Who himself.

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  13. id like to have one of those in my house to get good TV reception!

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  14. That is pretty cool.

    Does it get pirated signals from the Direct TV satellite?

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  15. We used to have something like that in the backyard to get HBO.

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  16. If I saw a life size version of this in someone's backyard I would so shit myself!!!!!

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  17. death ray device needs some colour :D

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  18. And it probably works better than anything T-Mobile has.

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  19. lol @ Rorschach. Or better than my Charter internet connection.

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  20. That is awesome. I agree with bart, make it pink.

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  21. I would pretend it was a giant laser. Cool either way. But ya know.....lasers....

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  22. cool scenary. love your color palette

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  23. HA That looked like the Deathstar or the circle that launches the Death Ray. Cool stuff bro

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  24. That is very cool. I was struck first by the understated paint job, very realistic and business-like. Then when you kindly included the size comp pic (Cheers for that!) I was thinking what a great objective that would be for some 15mm sci-fi gaming. I gots to get me one of these. Thanks for posting.

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  25. Excellent bits of kit - love the Hasslefree stuff too - nice...

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  26. nice dry brushing to bring out the detail

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  27. I just realized I wasn't a follower of your blog when I was trying to add this blog to my front page. I don't know how that happened. I apologize (even though you probably didn't notice).

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  28. And the soldiers on each side look poised to defend those illegally unscrambled porn channles with their lives!

    As it should be...

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  29. That is Awesome I want one just for the sake of it

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  30. I see your video game in the corner. It looks almost like Tim's. I wish you guys could game together. Imagine if we could only talk to people who had the same Internet providers. That would totally suck. Anyway, have a groovy day. I'm headed to roast a chicken and make some bagels.

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  31. Nice work !! You are skilled in all historical periods!!!

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