Thursday, 6 December 2012

15mm Painted Critical Mass Games Sci-Fi Buildings....

.......or not only do the dice gods feck with you but then the fecking painting gods come and urinate in your cereal bowl! There's a clue in the last two pictures, anyway lovely buildings I got for my birthday and other sources, great company with an excellent after service.

Lovely pieces of kit with nice detail on the interior and exterior......





Just a hint of peeling.....

....and another!

It may have been where I stored them, I may leave it to show sci-fi neglect on a planet, maybe it's time for a new period and scale and a challenge but that's for tomorrow!

45 comments:

  1. They look great, Fran I'm being really thick today I don't get it no matter how hard I look at the last few pictures.

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  2. Nice pieces of terrain you got there Fran.
    Perhaps you could use some superglue on the peeling areas and overpaint it as rusted/wasted parts of the terrain piece.

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  3. Nice work on these, but I think the peeling of the floorboards on that one piece gives it some character though. Might just be me though..

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    1. I'm going with the neglected option mate!

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  4. I like! Very Gerry Anderson mate!

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  5. Very nice buildings Fran! Future is yours!
    Phil.

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  6. Nice Buildings. Turn the accident to your advantage. Maybe there is an alien plant growing at the support of the liquid container (aquarium plant in orange and purple) and maybe the floor has had some form of Blast damage (quick bit of wash/drybrush fixes it).

    Or say nothing and let Ray pick it up and then accuse him. Oh you can't he'll read this!!!

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  7. Those are cool! Makes me want to go out and build my own science fiction setting.

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  8. They do look pretty nice, and it's cool they have actual interiors too.

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  9. More great stuff for an already interesting project! Nicely done Fran.

    Jason

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  10. Is it only the white undercoat that's peeled?

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    1. Perhaps it was resin, look at the trouble we had with the landing pad.

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  11. Nice job on those. Sorry about the paint peeling. Took me a while to see it on the last picture.

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  12. That is some excellent work hopefully you can hide or fix the peeling.

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  13. Great job, one awesome looking future town. Some clouds and the jetsons could come due haha

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  14. Nice acquisition, SG [Supreme General]! Your supply officer is to be commended. Also, the floor damage in the one bldg...put a couple of traffic cones around it with a tool or two scattered about...and you have a designated work repair area.

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  15. I think they look good. The peeling paint is annoying, but like my neighbor says "If it's a problem, make it a feature." (He's in the high end AV industry. I'm with Clint on this a few washes and it will look like somebody forgot their periodic scheduled maintenance.

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  16. Cool buildings, I like the tanks the best.

    Another scale? Another project? Say it ain't so!

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  17. The building do look cool fran and the peeling paint adds to the lived in look.

    Christopher

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  18. Clearly God is out to get you Fran. First it was the varnish incident, then the Dettol and now this. There's only one way to make it stop and that's to confess the sin of dot dot dotting me.

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  19. Nice buildings, peeling paint is annoying but can be dealt with.
    Ray on the other hand seems to know an awful lot about this.

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  20. appart from the peeling these are increadibly nice buildings. there are a few ways to fix the peeling and I think any that will allow to to perhaps get a damaged look will be very good.

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  21. Fran, you've done a masterful job on some great looking buildings.

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  22. They look great there Fran and the peeling actually adds to them

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  23. I love their buildings, probably my favorite 15mm scifi buildings. odd about the peeling- I'm guessing their release agent was especially concentrated and just needed more cleaning before priming. inside could always throw a rug over it ;)

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  24. Nice...excellent work there Fran!

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  25. Very nice work Sir!

    Best regards Michael

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  26. These are gorgeous Fran, shame about the paint lifting, but love your idea about it been normal wear and her - should work perfectly.

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  27. Excellent mate, I'm looking forward to your battle report with all your sci-fi goodies now ready?

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  28. Well.. they look kinda used now, don't they? :D

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  29. Looking good! I'm enjoying the Sci-Fi pieces more than the war ones personally.

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  30. Or do like Conrad Kinch did when his mate stomped through the house floor, and install a trap door there, under a table and rug.

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  31. Nice scenery!

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

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