Tuesday, 18 September 2012

15mm Sci-Fi Hazmat Team and Skirmish 2012 part 2.......

.....this weekend!

These boys and their bots are from GZG and are just for scenarios and alien digestion systems,....most of the Rejects are going to Skirmish 2012 this Sunday, for myself and Ray that will be before we go to work that night but as wargamers know we need our fix of a show or two, we're going to have a go at a game with Clint from the Rainham Wargame Club as well, it's a small show but well worth a visit..........




54 comments:

  1. See you at Skirmish mate. Still unclear if I'll be coming alone or with a female entourage (i.e. wife and daughter) but either way I'll be coming with money in my pocket to spend!

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    1. Looking forward to seeing you Lee, it's been a while!

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  2. Nice mini's again, I won't see you at salute but I will be at Derby the week after!

    Ian

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  3. Well at least if you spend too much you know you're going to work after to work it back.

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  4. Very nice work, those guys are really impressive!

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  5. Great job as always, have fun then!

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  6. Thanks for the link. Looking forward to it. Hope you both are as well. Maybe I can rope Lee into a game as well. All the best Clint.

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  7. Ahhh, some nice, shiny fodder for the space demons :)

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  8. Nice job on the miniatures.
    Go enjoy the show!

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  9. Very nice my friend and enjoy the show

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  10. yum yum those aliens are going to have a nice dinner! GREAT WORK FRAN AND LOOK RAY HAS NOT CLAIMED THESE YET :-P

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    1. No he actually painted these ones for a change!!

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  11. Nice detail work on these little guys Fran. I'm doing my first 15mm and the detail work on those is killing my eyes.

    You boys have fun this weekend and as tired as you'll be maybe Ray will fall asleep at work. We want another photo of him snoring but this time paint a mustache on him first!

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  12. They have satsumas for heads, classy.

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  13. They look great! Hazmat teams always look cool.

    Christopher

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  14. why do they all have oranges on their faces :PPPP

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  15. That R2 droid looks like he's got a bad motivator. Could blow on them at any moment.

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    1. The "motivator" must be that giant orange on its head. I always wondered about that. On newer R2 units the orange must be internal.

      Great work on this team, the space suit sculpts are amazingly detailed with all that ribbing, and it all looks perfectly painted. I'd have said these were 28 mm size unless I knew otherwise.

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  16. Orange heads to the rescue!

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  17. These are great. Have fun at Skirmish. Can't wait to hear the stories when you two come back.

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  18. Great stuff as always. Enjoy the show!

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  19. I guess the robots are R2D2s but also look like bots from movie, "Silent Running," with Bruce Dern. I like them all, Angry Lurker!

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  20. Oh, I've a free weekend coming up - might see if I can make Skirmish.

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  21. Looks like a very well detailed sci-fi set of figurines. Nice job!

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  22. Nice. The halib orange team!. Out on the big pic version the detail looks very fine..great paintjob
    Cheers
    paul

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  23. Good work of the GZG Hasmats mate. Enjoy Skirmish too.

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  24. THe orange makes me think they've passed too much gas in their suits. Ahem. Enjoy.. work?

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  25. Nicely done, really like the orange visors it stands out realyl well.

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  26. Very fine, meal for the aliens, I think. Have a nice day in the Show too!

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  27. Very fun minis, the orange helps bring some color to their utilitarian suits. would work great for zero-G environments too

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  28. Great looking figures - be proud, Lurks!

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  29. Ohhhh orange men!! :-)
    Well deserved your effort Fran! Excellent work!

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  30. These look great. I'm going to copy your color scheme if that's all right. Imitation is the best form of flattery!

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  31. Never leave an Alien lying about opened-up after it has been sliced and diced. Call the boys at Generalissimo's Hazmat Cleanup Team, and the environment will be safe from nasty Gene Spills.

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  32. These are seriously good Fran. Have a great show, myself and the Provost Marshal are hoping to get up to Euro Militaire this weekend. Looking forward to comparing photos.

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  33. Cool looking group, you are really rocketting through getting these forces painted up!

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  34. Great looking figs! Love those visors!

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  35. Are those R2-D2's on the side there? o_o

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  36. looks like they would make decent chess pieces

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  37. Wow, show and then work. I've gone couponing before work before, but nothing real big. You guys have a great time. Love minis. Fun series you've got going.

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  38. Nice work Fran. Good additions to the collection.

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  39. i present to you the r2d2 and astronauts orchestra!

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  40. Good to see you are still breaking blogging records here. Nice painting on this ones

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  41. Sounds like a blast (skirmish, not work)! Those boys look like they're ready to pick up some serious radioactive waste.

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    http://asthecrackerheadcrumbles.blogspot.com/2012/09/sites-to-see_21.html

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    1. Gaming pieces but could be used for chess pieces!

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  44. they look all sci-fi, like the crew from Prometheus!

    also, I saw DREDD the other day and loved it.

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  45. Miniatures need Hazmat teams now?? Your games must get crazy!!

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