Monday, 17 September 2012

Painted 15mm Sci-Fi Colonial Security Officers.......

........or G4S in space!

Lurker: A blog post about sharp sand?
Ray: It's my job to inform the masses!
Lurker: What about this job then slack arse?
Ray: Where do you want to be punched?
Lurker: Tokyo!
Ray: Idiot!

Figures are from GZG and the colony will need cheap but excellent contract protection from all the aliens and I need a new job soon anyway!
Went with the blue as it reminded me of Sean Connery's "Outland" garb, the little bots are contraband sniffers!

The female supervisor, 3rd human from the right is in charge but aren't they always though lads, her name is Anne!





58 comments:

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    1. They're not that badly painted salad dodger!

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    2. Moi? Never! Just tell the truth.

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    3. It's comforting to know that I can step away from the Blogger world and come back to things just like they always were.

      Cheers, boys.

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  2. But you never listen to me Fran! I talk and talk and talk... Wait a minute, I think I've just identified the problem!

    Ray, you're an arsemonkey-stop picking on him!

    These painted up nicely Fran. Good choice going with the blue and Connery looks rather nice in the color!

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    1. You will never bore me with your talk woman, Ray on the other hand.......

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    2. He only painted the red thingy's whatever they are.

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    3. You'll get a kick in the red thingy's mate!

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    4. Ray-no one likes a tattle tell!

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    5. Hahahaahaha. You guys crack me up.

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  3. Outland blue good colour choice. They look great. Did not think Ray painted sci-fi stuff so most likely not his doing. Also they do look like your painting so in my mind at least it is settled.

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  4. Choice, nice figs, think 15m be a bit small for me old eyes though :)

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  5. nice figs I think you painted these but Ray always seems to be claiming credit for your work while I have seen little of interest for me on his blog. what is this about a blog about sand what is ray on, there is nothing to worry about sand in the British isles! try Black sand that has been heated up my a strong summer sun and then try getting up a dune of the stuff and then build up the corage to go down again, its the closest thing to being fried you ever want to get!

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    1. You're absolutely right Gowan, he's incredibly boring as well!

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  6. The little robots are SO cute!

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  7. I'm sure Fran painted them! Ray has only a can with red paint! :-D

    They look real nice Fran!

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

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  8. Awwww yeah for sweet ass wit. I wouldn't mind being punched to Tokyo. I hope these guys are more efficient than G4S or we'll never be safe.

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  9. Yep wall-e is nice...erm, whoever painted them!

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  10. Like that you went with the Outland style. And is that Wall-E at the end?

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  11. I like the style, great looking figures

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  12. That robot looks like he could get into some hijinks.

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  13. love those red robots! Do they vacuum clean as well? I could use them?

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  14. Those officers are pretty cool, but I'm digging the Wall-E robot. He needs a fun nickname, like "Wally the Murder Bot."

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  15. I love these. I could just picture you and Ray arguing too. How long does it take to paint all of these?

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    1. A couple of hours for that lot!

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    2. That's it? Not bad at all - it'd take a a couple of years!

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  16. Another great set that will fit in nicely with the others. Nice to see Anne in charge too.

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  17. You got your very own Wall-E or maybe Johny 5 is once more alive!

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  18. G4S in space? Christ, you're fecked!!!!

    Nicely painted for a group of figures with such a short lifespan, although I expect the robots will last for centuries!

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  19. All these are cool and all, but the red Wall-E thing is what makes me smile. I'm thinking wrong, I know.

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  20. Splendid work, regardless of who eventually takes the credit! ;)

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  21. Your security team and RCSs bring peace to the hearts and minds of your outer-rim citizens, Generalissimo! Hail, to our Overseer!!

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  22. Yes! Sean Connery is one of them. Very nice.

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  23. Your robots are really nice, love the colours! Great work Fran...

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  24. Lovely painted security officers. I like them.
    Regards
    Bruno

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  25. The Wall-E´s remind me of WWII Goliaths...with a camera on top...painted red..and the tracks triangular instead of just round...Ok...they don´t remind me of Goliaths :-D
    Nice set of security figs.
    Cheers
    paul

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  26. Nice set of figures, I'm sure those bugs will leg it from Anne!

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  27. Nice looking figs again.

    So do we know yet who painted them?

    Ian

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  28. Very nice Looking Fran! I doubt Ray painted them as nobody is carrying a flag....

    Christopher

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  29. She looks like she should be in charge.

    Nice looking figs and painthobs.

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  30. Sand isn't the only sharp thing. Those figures could slice silica, they're painted so well!

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  31. Nice job, Outland was a cool movie. Great 'bots - super cute! Anne? Now where have I heard that name before? ;-)

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  32. Nice; the robots reminded me of Johnny 5 Alive. Cannot remember the movie title, but it starred Steve Guttenberg.
    "Input, input!"

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  33. Nice work "Fray", whoever did them :D :D

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  34. Nice paintjob, Fran or Ray or whoever... ;-)

    Cheers
    Monty

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  35. The attention to detail is amazing. Each character has their own unique expression. Cool.

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  36. the red robot reminds me of Wall-E

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