Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Painted 15mm Citizens of Franonia from Rebel Minis.

If you build it they will come especially with generous tax breaks!

Figures from Rebel Minis, you get a lot of repeats but they weren't too bad!

Pictures are the usual quality!











62 comments:

  1. Hi, Lurker: a lot of repeats, but well done. Varying the paint scheme on the clones is another one-up for the General. Hail Franonia!

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  2. How much of a tax break do we get if we bring you Ray's head on a pike?

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  3. They're just about perfect for a crowd of angry taxpayers - just perfect for a May Day riot! They looks very good Fran, very good indeed!

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  4. You know for an evil dictatorship your citizens look quite well off. If you tax them more you can afford more figures.

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  5. Nice. My favourite is the guy in the white T-shirt with the hat, looks like the sort of annoying git tourist that needs a decent seeing to by the secret police
    Cheers
    paul

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    1. I'll make it happen Paul for you....

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  6. Hostages for Rayonian infiltrators? Nicely painted!

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  7. Very very nice Fran. The variety in paintjobs makes up for the double ups.

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  8. Looking so nice! They seem to be happy in Franonia! For the moment...

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  9. The beginnings of the Franonian tax-base to pay for the dictator's pet projects? :)

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  10. I think dictator won`t even start to cover the kind of taxes he`ll be laying upon those poor civilians

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  11. I sincerly hope the tax breaks do not make them as boring as the Swiss!

    Nicely painted Fran.

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  12. looking good, looking really good.

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  13. You give Tax breaks to your citizens...what does Ray have to offer? Just want to weigh up my options.

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  14. Well the populace is in place but I had visions of them in green suits carrying a little red book! ;)

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  15. Nice mix of paint jobs keeps them honest.

    You really do paint in top gear don't you

    Ian

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  16. Who knew John Q. Citizens could look so cool.

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  17. Nice work, really varied crowd.

    Damn but if I could only have 10% of your productivity I'd be laughing. How do you do it? Time Machine? ;o)

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  18. That looks like a healthy and able-bodied citizenry.

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  19. I fine looking lot of the working class. Now you just have to provide incentive to stay, like houses, and places to work. I hear food can attract the masses as well.

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  20. Civilians are like zombies - you can never have too many of them. It's a start, Fran, but I think you need a lot more.

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  21. Looks great! I'm moving to Franonia for a tax break!

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  22. population explosion 1- Looking great and the "repeats" are really not that noticeable.

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  23. I don't see a problem with repeats. Everybody on the street looks the same anyway.

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  24. The guy in the red suit looks schnazzy!

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  25. What a peaceful looking nation.

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  26. Great civvy minis. Spread across the table and with different paint jobs they will fit in fine

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  27. Do you have an in-game plan for these or are they window dressing? By the way, what system do you use for these?

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  28. Franonia land of goodlooking people?But they all look like they are waiting for an UFO to land.
    Lovely figurines as usual Fran

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  29. Great paintjob, really love the presence of Civ in any games! :D

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  31. I can't focus or sit still long enough to do something as intricate as that.

    Great job!

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  32. right on. where are there weapons though? and yes that comic was spot on on pointing out the canadian achilles heel.

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  33. If you give the cat good tax breaks and plenty of pringle cans for his poo, he will come too.

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  34. Great work Fran, you don't really notice the duplicates

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  35. Some great looking figures there Fran.

    Honestly though if you go handing out tax breaks, how will you fund the nuclear programme. ICBMs don't grow on trees.

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  36. the construction worker dude reminded me of homer simpson with a hardhat on.

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  37. So are these the inocent bystanders to a battle field?

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  38. They are coming from all walks of life, obviously tempted by the liberal, freedom loving policies of Franonia!

    Great stuff Fran, always good to see some non-combatants!

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  39. Awesome work! Hard to believe they are 15's; they look like 28mm. Dean

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  40. nice one, I seem to have no civies in my world or if I do they are armed... oronegro must have some real problems

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  41. Civilians... Usually overlooked, but I, always love it when someone thinks Of them!

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  42. Every army needs a horde of civilians/cannon fodder to pay taxes and catch collateral bullets.

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  43. Look at those cute little future casualties.

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  44. Nice setup. That building is somewhat reminiscent of Stalingrad... if you are the defender I hope that's allegorical!

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  45. Great looking figs. I will see the Rebel Mini dude at Nashcon this month!

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  46. That will spice up the battlefield!

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  47. You have the army, you got civilians and now you have a small country

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  48. On with the cannon fodder! You can never have too many though..
    Gret work Fran!
    T.

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  49. Very nice Angry, civies are like sheep if you herd them they will breed.

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  50. Awesome, perfect for collateral damage, or for zombie food.

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