Saturday, 27 October 2012

15mm Sci-Fi Brigade Models NSF Power Armoured Troops.....

......part of my growing sci-fi Neo-Stalin Federation forces and lots more to come. The models weren't too bad (separate arms that need drilling, I went with angry bodging!) and are the NSF's answer to the colonial marines.

Did a size picture with a Khurasan 15mm figure (the figure plus lots more form the bulk of the forces)......





52 comments:

  1. These look way cool! (Mind you, don't you worry that the lovely bright orange might say to the enemy "Here I am! Shoot me!"?)

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    1. They're Russians, they're hard as feck!

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  2. They look ready to fight, although might not be so easy to move in those get ups.

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  3. Just in case you wanted some more ideas for a diffrant set of power armored troopers.
    http://armiesarmy.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-start-of-gunwip.html

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  4. In Neo Stalinist Russia armor power you.

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  5. awesome!

    ...but i can't unsee the orange exclamation points...

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  6. These guys look like they could do some serious damage!

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  7. Nice, I like the soviet tank-green for the suits

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  8. great looking figs! I like the orange visors.

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  9. Great work Fran. Those are looking very sharp. I'm glad you found something to paint!

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  10. These are some of my favorite 15s to come off your bench, and that's saying something. These look great, nice work.

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  11. Awesome paint job -- I love your color choice for the visors.

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  12. They look great! And dig your new header.

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  13. nice work look great they are ready for battle

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  14. These guys would scare the crap out of me if I saw them coming after me I think!

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  15. Very cool. Orange is my favourite colour!

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  16. Nicely painted. As others have said the Orange really makes them pop.

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  17. Separate arms on a 15mm figure? I feel your pain...

    Nice job on them though!

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  18. Orange is truly terrifying! I must flee them!

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  19. wow, these are really cool, and indeed the orange works like a treat!

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  20. Wow there look very good and I love the way the worange stands out for the rest.

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  21. They look like they mean business...

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  22. Nice figs and paintjobs, I hadn't seen these before .

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  23. I like the eye-hurting visits.

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  24. You had to drill their arms in? Damn, you did a good job there though.

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  25. They look very solid Fran. Model on!

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  26. I like the orange detail on them

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  27. Your painters heart lies with Sci-fi Fran. And do you know how I can tell that? It's there in the quality of your brushowrk. Nicely done!

    On a separate note-it's occurred to me that you may stop blogging after your job ends. I'm hoping you don't as it would break my heart. I'd be all alone out here without you and I couldn't bear it.

    The first salvo in my war against you quitting has begun.

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    1. I'll try to stay blogging but it will be difficult just to get anything painted!

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    2. I know it will. Money will be tight, but I'm going to guilt you something terrible if you quit altogether!

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    3. "A prolific painter with only a little time will produce a only few figures of the highest quality in that same time." A word of encouragement from the Supreme General of Franonia, in his highly acclaimed volume entitled, "How To Persevere In Overwhelming Circumstances: A Guide To Winning The War."

      Hail Franonia!!

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  28. is that guy in the middle there the guy from halo? looks like him

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  29. Very awesome Fran. Looking forward to putting my ColPol forces up against these guys.

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  30. Very nice, great colour scheme, havn't got these yet, they must go on my shopping list.

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  31. Now those look really cool! Well Done!

    Christopher

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  32. Very nice (!)-Troopers you have there! The visor colour just nails it.

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