Monday, 23 July 2012

15mm Modern Hostages and Prisoners.

Many uses for a variety of periods including modern, zombie or sci-fi etc...., most are from Rebel Minis with the two hooded ones from Khurasan Miniatures.......

....the figures are not bad and painted by Ray!








42 comments:

  1. Some of you better pained figures Fran......

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  2. I'd like to see these used as prisoners from Rayonia. This would be particularly funny because Ray painted them himself.

    I know you were just by my place big guy, but I've just posted a loving tribute to Ray....

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    1. I was being sarcastic ya big Irishman. I've slam-dunked the git and thought of you the whole time I was doing it!!

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  3. They actually do look pretty frightened. I'm not sure if that's the ability of Ray or the person who cast them.

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  4. The executive just looks like he deserved to be taken hostage.

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  5. They look so sad... :(

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  6. Poor people, but I bet they make good zombie bait.

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  8. They look pretty damn good. Well done Ray.

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  9. An interesting set of figures.

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  10. Lol the poor old lady on her knees.. Ahahahahaha

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  11. they look cool...I need to get one of those aqua blue ties!

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  12. 1st time I've seen these folks, thanks. Nice job on the painting BTW.

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  13. Spooky looking figures. Best, Dean

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  14. These are not the typical figures. I like the zombie idea or perhaps as a hostage type situation. It must take some added patience to paint them just right. They look good.

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  15. Not bad at all (even though they're painted by Ray - hahaha)!
    Nice bunch of 'em. They surely can be used in all types of modern periods. :)

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  16. Looking real good!

    How are you going to use them? For years I have had a number of hostages like these in 28mm but never painted them up, since the only scenarios that came to my mine would either be over too fast or the hostage takers would have too much time to shoot the hostages.

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    1. Well for zombie scenarios = food store but mainly eye candy and scenery, you can put a limit on turns for the hostage rescue scenario.

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  17. A nice looking selection of cannon fodder. Well done to both of you.

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  18. those are some real good figs. I wish I knew how to paint as well as you and ray do.

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  19. seems like they need sone rescue...

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  20. Nicely done Fran, Very useful mini's

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  21. Minis painted by Ray? Are they spies your glorious intelligence service caught?

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  22. Great stuff who-ever painted them, I like the way the paintjob enhances the mini's poses.

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  23. Well Ray did a very nice job!

    Christopher

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  24. Great looking figures Fran. Very nice painting Ray.

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  25. Nice work there guys - looks like they are ready to be rescued!

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  26. They look great! I hope they get rescued! :D

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  27. I've never seen hostage figures before. Very cool, and great paintwork. They look so... disparaged. I love it.

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  28. Great job guys - I didn't know Rebel Minis had these kinds of figures, I will have to check them out.

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  29. I didn't know zombies took hostages. Do they demand ransoms?

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  30. crazy seeing the mini hostage models, on their knees even!

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  31. the guys on ther knees reminded me of a drugged out kurt cobain...

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  32. really useful figues, the 2 female figures tied up are the coolest!

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