Saturday, 10 November 2012

15mm MDF Gamecraft Space Ship Interior, Underground Lair or.....

..or Bunker etc.......

Just finished making my Gamecraft Miniatures interior for a couple of uses hopefully, very easy to put together, may add more if I sell something else but for the moment this will suffice.....

.....now to decide what room is what and paint some scenery for decor and for figures to hide behind!

 Other news it's the start of six night shifts and I'm already fecked! (4 with Ray, pray for me!)


15mm GZG figure to show size.......




Doors to be added......

15mm figure again but they say it's suitable for 20mm as well.......

Hangar or garage top right.....

 Interior detail but will probably paint over it?

48 comments:

  1. It would be one weird space ship, but I say go for it!!!!
    Or dungeon.
    Yes, the science fiction writer and D&D geek is biased...

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  2. You mean pray for me, then on your 2 overtime shifts pray for you, because your gonna need it, working with you know who!! he he he!!

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  3. S'pose I best say, nice work Fran!

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  4. Great stuff there Fran, Space anyone?

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  5. That's some nice stuff and I have looked at on the Gamecraft website. Its nice to see it all layed out to get a feel for what it really looks like.

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  6. the biggest room is mine, off course and naturally :)

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  7. Looking good. It'll give you something to paint while Ray is rabbiting on at you :D

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  8. First it reminded me of the Starcraft PC game, no kidding. There was a campaign scenario with a space dungeon or something, it was (and is) quite cool. maybe I'll have to play it again.

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  9. I think as much as you complain doing your shifts with Ray makes them a lot more bearable.

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  10. Would be a great space place, awesome job.

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  11. so do u let mice loose in there too? oh and snakes. that would make things inderasding

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  12. Could be the prison in Walking Dead?

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  13. Looks great! Can't find it on the website though, do you have the exact name handy? Or a link?

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    1. http://store.gcmshop.com/c/128/space-ship-interiors

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  14. Nice work Fran, very useful I think.

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  15. Works with 20mm? Cool! Castle Wolfenstein!

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  16. I like the look of that mate. I can see multiple uses especially 15mm Spy-fi, sci fi, post apoc, ww2 (U Boat pens or underground bunker), Modren Franonian neclear defence facility, Bio hazard lab etc..... I look forward to seeing it painted.

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  17. That's a nice sized complex with plenty of uses. You've got painting and decor to build so you best get cracking!

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  18. Very nice! I really like this building!

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  19. Graet set, what do you play on 15mm with something like this?

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  20. Cool building Fran. Some great games to come.

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  21. Nice stuff there, Fran. Question: once built, can we undo it, ie, for storage purpose, or is it fixed forever?

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  22. Looks great! And when it's suiteble for 20mm figures, it can be used for different periods, like Nick mention, as a castle!

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

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  23. Great to see a start on this. I have been looking forward to Batreps from you with some suitable terrain. It all looks very 'SpaceHulk' to me... :-)

    A mate of mine planned something similar though for 28mm scales, and for VSF, so imagine a cross between what you have done, and crsytal palace...

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  24. Looking pretty nice, I've been eyeing these up for a while now. If you don't mind me asking, how much did it end up costing you?

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  25. Cool. I look forward to seeing it get more detail.

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  26. WOW! Impressive! Whatever it turns out to be, it'll probably be awesome.
    I'm sh!t with details... and patience so building something like this would probably take me a year :P

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  27. That looks great. Can't wait to see it painted

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  28. Fab I am looking forward to it being painted

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  29. Fab I am looking forward to it being painted

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  30. I bags top bunk! which are the dorms then? and I also think it looks very suitible for 15mm and 20mm. that must be one HUGE spaceship if that is a single level. much better bunker I'd say. those hangars would make great power plant areas or for a bunker storage... inianda jhones style wharehouses :-)

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  31. Cool. Looking good so far Fran.

    Christopher

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  32. That looks seriously cool, does it take up much floor space?

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  33. man, you put so much time and effort into this. I wonder, do you just sit down and get to work? or do you plan it out , make blue prints, and sketches of what you want it to look like? How much prep time do you put into these pieces of art?

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  34. They could be used in so many genres. Nice find, Fran.

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  35. That's a pretty cool terrain piece. Worth considering...hmmm. Looking forward to seeing your decorate it.

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  36. Will be nice to see them paintedup

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  37. Great looking stuff. Can't wait to see how you paint it up!

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  38. I wish I'd had toys like this when I was younger. Maybe now I just have to wait 'til I'm a little older.

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