Friday, 24 August 2012

15mm Sci-Fi Deep Space Exploration Team.

Some figures and bots from GZG and form the nucleus of an exploration team searching for worlds to pillage  explore for the giant corporations that now rule the stars.....vehicles and colonial marines to follow!

Went with a basic colour/palette as I don't like my sci-fi too loud!








52 comments:

  1. My General, you are of the purest motives! Your exploration team with serve you well. BTW: who or what is that big metal thing sneaking up on the team...friend or foe?!

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    1. Friend, 28mm robot from an earlier post!

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  2. They look great. The grey and orange could be classic or modern sci-fi and the purple glow gives them a weirder alien vibe.

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  3. I like it. Is this what your using the flags for? I'm stuck with the computer for the moment so I haven't been able to finish exploring the avant-garde version.

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    1. Yes Sean but I can wait, no worries on that front!

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  4. I like these figs a lot. especialy the neutral tone! great work

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  5. Cool. Looking forward to see how you depict the 'Alien'

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  6. Nice paint jobs Fran. Like you, I tend to prefer a less garish colour scheme for my SF figures.

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  7. cool...I also like the big walker in the background

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  8. Your explorers have a severe lack of weaponry, which will surely be their downfall. Well, they look good at least,

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  9. A subtle colour palette Fran. I like the silver and purple ones!

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  10. Bring back some alien life to defeat those zombies.

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  11. Sausage sandwich with brown sauce please!

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  12. They look great -- I think the subtle coloring looks perfect.

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  13. Radiation speaks to me with these!

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  14. They look ready to take on a nest of xenomorphs.

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  15. I'm with you on the subdued colors. I'm not into the loud crowd.

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  16. How many of these figures do you have and how many games?

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    1. A couple of thousand and maybe 5 or 6 periods I think?

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  17. They look sweet Fran. Nice work.

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  18. Those look really good. Keep em coming.

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  19. There is a UFO the TV series about them, which is not a bad thing. I like them and a good palette used

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  20. Very cool painting there, and looking for the next parts to be added!

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  21. Seems like a nice little break from the old figures. Pretty neat!

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  22. They do look good withthe toned done pallet. I also noticed the lack of guns. Geeks I guess are best without them ;-)

    Ian

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  23. They look Brilliant. Your tempting me to get some Colonial Marines!

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  24. They all look good mate, well done.

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  25. Very, very nice Fran. Love the colour scheme too; like you I like a more 'realistic' sic-fi!

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  26. Fran !!!

    Purple ????
    Come on man there are limits, even on 15mil space explorers without guns.
    I am not even trying to guess the name of their spaceship....

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    1. I think it's my age and eyesight mate!

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    2. The Pink Battlestar? :-D

      Greetings
      Peter
      http://peterscave.blogspot.be/

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  27. oh, these are the coolest, Lurk!

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  28. Terrific stuff, Fran. I always love the more realistic Sci-Fi, where the heroes wear helmets and masks, and everyone moves slowly in moon-boots! I love what you've done with the face masks. Brilliant and grittily realistic. Tremendous!

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  29. Very nice Fran. I really do like most of the GZG stuff that I have painted and all their stuff in spacesuits looks great. I'm sure your colonial marines will agree with the never give a geek a gun concept.

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  30. Nice one mate. I like the colours. I would have gone brighter myself thinking back to the 60s and 70s when colour TV was in most peoples homes for the first time. The science fiction colours were bright in that era.... perhaps I am showing my age again. Long Lived indeed.... I'll get you for that Mr Lurker!

    Post script: For some reason your comment on my blog has reached my email inbox but not the blog. ??????

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  31. That's quite strange "O long Lived One!".....

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  32. I love them. Very subdued. Perfect.

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  33. They look fantastic Fran!

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  34. You made me laugh with the you don't like your Sci-Fi too loud.

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  35. very fun group of utilitarian hard sci-fi minis!

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  36. Looking good there, looking forward to seeing more.

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  37. They are basic painted indeed! But they look good!

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.be/

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