..............and if you wrong us, shall we not
Great looking figs Fran. Nice photo to he he. Have a good weekend too mate
Looking real good. Still impressed these are only 15mm´s.One thing... I would add some other colours to the tan sniper rifle ()even if it is just a thin brown wash). This way it stands out too much.
Nice figures mate.
Nice work Fran.Christopher
Nice work Fran,I think staying out of range of the baddies is just plain common sense.
Nice work Mr Lurker.
You've got good men to guard you King Fran...
And a happy weekend to you, Fran.
Those pictures make me want to be a sniper. I think that they work alone or with someone keeping a look out.
Those Peter Pig figures are nice and you had done a great paintjob on them.
Love these minis....the beasty barrett is down right nasty.
A good looking crew. Sometimes I am amazing at how good and detailed 15 mm figures can be.
Nice ones. But will that be able to stop Ray teasing you ;))
Nice job! I am a fan of snipers! It takes real discipline to be one. Patience for one. Mathematics is important as well. Judging distance, wind speed, elevation..all that takes real skill!I bet it takes patience to paint something so small as well! Nice detail!
A slight recoil... haha yea, that's one way to look at it I guess.
Whoever chose the picture for that demotivational poster pciked the wrong gun though. A .50cal has not just a slight recoil.
I like the fort in the background of your shots. Show more of it next time. I'd like to see it!
ah, the people that spread death around the world killing poor children and innocent people :(
Nice job on those Fran. Love the recoil bit.
Awesome work, those snipers you don't fool with, sneaky they are.
Nice and ready to rumble. BTW, in Franonia, you call all the shots re deployment and tactics!
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Very nice figures, Fran; you have two powerful support units here.
Lovely work as always Fran. I do this for a living and yet somehow, you always manage to paint more stuff in a week than I do!
Lovely figures Francois!!!!!!! Did I paint these??
Is it an insult to say they're cute?
Great looking figs once again Fran. Have they been tested in battle yet?
Not yet my friend....
Lovely job there. Pushing me towards the tipping point on 15mm for FoA.Does Ray paint many figures for you then? . . . .;O)
No as he's very expensive and crap......
Great work again...have a great weekend
Well if you do put on foliage or something to break up the outline the key thing is not to interfere with the operation of the weapon, moving parts and the like. Even when I did that on my tomahawk (the scalper, for by the front door, not the missile) the blade part is ready to go, and the handle is clear but for electrical tape to enhance the grip.
Nice looking minis. Love the posters too -- especially the "slight recoil" one.
Great work Fran. The sniper always seems to capture the imagination; dealing retribution from afar.
Very nice painted figures Fran. And nice based!GreetingsPeterhttp://peterscave.blogspot.com/
Fantastic and their only 15mm, they look better than my 28 -32mm figures.
Nice addition for the forces of Franconia. They look good.
I like the set up and the details of the sniper figurines. I also like the answer to "What do you feel when you shoot a terrorist?" Answer: a slight recoil. Hilarious!
What rules you using for these ? the new Force On Force or ?
Never get tired of that Motivational poster. Recoil. Hehe.