Saturday, 14 July 2012

15mm Modern or Sci-Fi Cold Weather Troops...

...or shy types from shy guy at Khurasan Miniatures.

Got these boys from Khurasan, lovely sculpts, virtually no flash and actually nice to paint the buggers, can't find them on the site and initially found them on TMP.

Did some scale pics with a Peter Pig figure if that's your bag or any help!










43 comments:

  1. Fantastic! The extremities of Franonia can rest easy now.

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    1. Ditto! Neither Thing nor Yeti will spoil the glorious grandeur of the Franonian Alps, Amen.

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  2. Pretty menacing. I like them!

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  3. These guys are very nice, well done.

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  4. Brrrrr! I am cold just looking at them. Nice work all around Fran.

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  5. They look good mate.

    "Power to the Rayonian Popular Front!"

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  6. Great miniatures and a lovely paint job! Brown and beige combination looks really good.

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  7. Truly great paintwork on these - Deep-sea divers next?

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  8. Got a shiver just looking at these guys. Very nicely done!

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  9. Those are cool! Nice work on them

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  10. They look snug in those jackets. Just what we need down here in the antipodes - Warm jackets not menacing figures!!

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  11. They're looking good and very well covered up. You're safe from winter assaults now.

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  12. Cool set of figures that could have many uses.

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  13. Lovely work Fran. They are very cool looking figures.

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  14. Brilliant work. That middle one at the bottom, he looks a little under dressed in comparison...

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  15. They look good Fran. The scale seems pretty good. That much gear really bulks you up.

    @Clint, I thought we were the Rayonian People's Front. ;)

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  16. love these! As a winter person I love winter set things like these, Lurk! Send them to Rura Pente!

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  17. Nice, your belting along with the war effort


    Ian

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  18. I think its the goggles that really make these guys 'pop', they look great overall, your productivity knows no bounds.

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  19. The have come out really good. Bit bigger and nicer than PP.

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  20. Great job on those. Khurasan makes some great minis and you certainly did these very well.

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  21. Nicely done love the goggles draws your eye in

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  22. Cool. Now you just need some icy terrain for them!

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  23. Nice paintwork. The one in the last two pics..to the left. His weapon looks very "ooer madam" ;-D
    Cheers
    Paul

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  24. super nostalgia right now: cold weather troops remind me of Cobra (GI:Joe) troops when they battle in the arctic.

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  25. You do know you can use these to play games of a non-military nature. Do I hear the dark side calling your name Fran. I hope so!!!

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  26. very nice... their paintwork may not camoflage them in artic wastes but they look cool none the less, just make sure ray's guys are just as bright otherwize the war in the snow will be very hard fought for these brave men

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  27. very cool, remind me of the thing.

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  28. Hi Angry,

    I love these guys! They reminds me of Eskimos. Perhaps painting a dog sled towing a cannon?

    Best wishes,

    VS

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  29. They look great there Angry.

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  30. Looking realy greate, perfect for warfare in snowy Sweden.

    Best regards Michael

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  31. Nice Painting Angry, although they look a little big for PP.

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  32. Cool figures (literally) but, um, they're standing on green terrain. Where's the snow, mon ami?

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  33. I like 'em. Look all ruthless and stuff.

    Also what Curt said. Yep.

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  34. My nervous disorder no longer lets me paint my miniatures.... About 25 years past....I started playing RPG's... (Mostly D&D)We played for at least five years.... those we great times ... a now a couple of friends wand me to start a "Campaign" Game for them and her young son... This would at least get me out of this corner every now and then...
    By the way You do Really Great detailing on your work ...Impressive.... Thanks again for joining us here at the "Crypt"..... your "fiend" and follower ...Dr. Theda

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