Thursday, 10 November 2011

Conflix 20mm Pre-Painted WW2 Buildings.

...picked up some of these quite cheaply a little while ago for some WW2 scenery, they could be used for many periods obviously but they're listed as Stalingrad and Kursk ruins I believe but can be used in many other locations like southern England maybe?

Have placed a 20mm figure and tank to show scale and size if you were interested and the paintjobs are quite acceptable.






42 comments:

  1. I don't see any details that would limit their use to just Germany. The pre-paint job is okay, but not ask good as what I'm used to seeing when you and Ray paint your own.

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  2. Looking pretty good.

    Could well work in Europe as well.

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  3. Very useful I would suggest.

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  4. That is a lot of effort put in there with the painting :)

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  5. Acceptable...so humble you are...

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  6. Nice work Fran!
    They are a bit pricey (here in Greece), but I think they are worth it.
    T.

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  7. A ruin is a ruin wherever it is and these are so generic to be able to be used in virtually any time or place. I like them.

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  8. Nice looking ruin, I agree they could be used anywhere.
    The walls look nice, but the ground and floor look like it could benefit from a bit of paint work, even some drybrushing for variation.

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  9. Those are really nice, im wondering if they would be of any use for 15mm?

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  10. love the nun figure and the ruin, can't wait to see more. Have a great day. :)

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  11. very nice, do you paint any of these?

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  12. @Sausage Fingers: Just the figures in them.

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  13. Those look very good. I love good pre-paints.

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  14. There is always room on a war torn terrain for more devastated structures.

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  15. Look out nun lady! that tank is coming for you! O.o

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  16. lol tank ran over nun? hahaha

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  17. I've had a couple of these a few years ago. They're worth their price, rather well painted, and go well with 15mm too

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  18. The nun one is chilling imagery.

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  19. Your right they quite acceptable!

    Christopher

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  20. They look good. I always wondered what they'd look like scale-wise -- glad you showed that.

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  21. They look pretty good for pre paints!

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  22. i was looking at some conflix ruins a few years ago, they have some nice two story ruins, and not painting is a good selling point, what rules are you useing for your ww2 games, i have tons of soviet and german stuff in 1/72, but every ruleset takes 2 years to learn lol

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  23. They look better than the medieval buildings they make. I had one of them in my paws last week..but after close inspection decided I could do a lot better myself..so watch my space ;-D
    Cheers
    paul

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  24. I don't see why it couldn't be used for any period.

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  25. love the minute detail, with the tiny pieces of wood and brick scattered about.

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  26. Like these, they will be handy on a WW2 game / diorama

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  27. No time to paint, now that you've got MW3.

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  28. They look great, a very useful addition.

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  29. Did...did you just run over a nun with a tank?

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  30. That one with the nun reminds me of Bastogne, my favorite Band of Brothers episode.

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  31. That nun standing in the ruins is almost depressing, nice choice of mini.

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  32. That poor nun, where shall she live now?

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  33. I wouldn't classify it as a building, but it is useful nonetheless, good purchase mate

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  34. I have one of these somewhere i might have to find it and use it looks real good

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