Friday, 22 June 2012

Early War Miniatures Explosion Markers, good for 15mm or 20mm.

Some of the loot I picked up at Broadside, it's 20mm but good for 15mm and comes painted from Early War Miniatures, their table was right next to our display game, threw a few 15mm figures in for scale......

Me and Ray are now knocking back energy drinks and shooting the shit, we're fecking tired and cranky......






48 comments:

  1. These miniatures look so real. Love it.

    Hitler video in that link - goose bumps. It happened for real.

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  2. Wow things surely went BOOM!

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  3. those are pretty cool and will come in handy!


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  4. Lovely job - a couple done in bright colours would work well as smoke markers too, for calling in those airstrikes!

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  5. Nice score Fran. I am glad for you that they are painted. I am glad you and Ray have made up and at least are talking even if it is shit.

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  6. Sorry to hear you guys are tired and cranky. Hope the rest of the night goes fast.

    Just got home from the pizza shoppe. I'm tired, but not cranky. Got tomorrow off. Gonna clean out the fridge.

    Woohoo. Big day.

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    1. We're always cranky, it's just the level of cranky! Have a good one Whisk!

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    2. Thanks, you too. I'm still awake. Just stuffed dog food into the Kong toys and froze them with some water. Takes the pups forever to eat, and gives me a little break.

      'night.

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  7. Great detail on them, love the red/orange.

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  8. Very cool - I really like them. What are they made of?

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  9. Look good man, and so do the minis.

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  10. Nice!

    I need to get my hands on this!

    Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Wow.. those look great indeed.. would look good even at 28mm scale I think..

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  12. Looking good. With some airbrushing red there these could well bevused as fires, too!

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  13. They look great really nice effect on the smoke

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  14. They look nice but didn't you make your own a while ago, i seem to remember?

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  15. Nice stuff you've got there, makes me a bit envious.

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  16. Is that... trees? OHMYFRICKINGOSHILOVETHOSETREES! They look awesome!

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  17. Good work. I can imagine a barrage, and these have to stay on the table for a full turn thus providing cover as well.

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  18. Very nice explosion markers!

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  19. Painted green, they'd work just as well for foliage.

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  20. Loking very nice Fran! Great idea...

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  21. They look pretty cool. Nice job with the painting. I knew that you wouldn't be able to resist buying stuff at broadside. Having it be the table next to you was just far too tempting.

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  22. I'm thinking these would be just as good for vehicle destroyed markers in 40k. Come painted you say? I'll take em!

    Nice find. :)

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  23. Now those are really cool. You guys did an awesome job with the paint. Very realistic.

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  24. Nice Fran and very useful! Work sucks!!!

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  25. They look superb, just the ticket. Keep going my good man, nearly there!

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  26. They look fantastic. Really like the hint of internal flames, very clever.

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  27. it looks to me like they are picking red berries in some wood :PPPP

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  28. Oooh shiny. I need to go order a few.

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  29. I think they would work with many scales, they look good!! Was they not in use in the display game?

    Ian

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  30. hahaha i thought those were army dudes in guilie suits at first.

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  31. Those smoke/blast markers do look good, I couldn't locate them on their site. Nice range of figures, early war poles anyone?

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  32. Whaat! The bald guy in the last pic totally looks like Gandhi.

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  33. These explosions look awesome, i'd imagine it would be tough creating the actual 3D image to begin sculpting the figure

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  34. Boom!! Plenty of white hot shrapnel buzzing around the battlefield now General!

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  35. Those look pretty good. I was thinking of making a few for my Imperial Guard army using a tutorial from Wargames Illustrated awhile back. I'll definitely check out the EWM site, thanks.

    Jason

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  36. Wait, so are they explosions or burning bushes? o-o

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  37. I like your "explosions"... I used to use a cardboard disk with a painted on explosion.... I used to play a Lot of role-playing games for many years... Great Job....

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