Saturday, 15 December 2012

15mm Sci-Fi Khurasan Colonial Marine APC and Games Workshop Sentinels....

....we now have 28mm Games Workshop WH40K sentinels posing as 15mm sci-fi walkers for my colonial marine forces.

The APC is a federal Caiman M2189 from Khurasan Miniatures and the sentinels were re-painted from my days of WH40K, Khurasan 15mm exterminators for scale. To me the sentinels are an iconic piece of kit from the boys at Games Workshop, the resin Caiman isn't bad at all either.









42 comments:

  1. It's so nice to see some 28mm from you Fran. Mixing these scales are working for you in Sci-Fi. Nice paint work too.

    Now go prime those cowboys, you've a contest to win!

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    1. Thanks Anne, two trays of figures waiting to be primed!

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  2. Looking great there Fran. That Sentinel works well as a piece of 15mm kit.

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  3. works well with the GW stuff
    Peace James

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    1. You're just as boring you bollox!

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    2. It's always good to be away from Blogger and then come back to see you guys are still at it.

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  5. Not a bad idea using those as 15mm walkers, they look great alongside the rest of the force. The APC is pretty sweet to boot.

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  6. Ooh, very nice. They do fit in well with the 15mm.

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  7. Those sentinels look much better in 15mm. I'll probably use mine for the same reason later on too.

    I love the APC the most though - straight out of Aliens!

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  8. Very nice, a great work on the details!
    Phil.

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  9. I love that APC and I love the rocket sentinels they fit in well at this scale which quite surprised me

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  10. I must agree with Brummie. The Sentinals look suprisingly "in scale"! It's a nice idea I wish I'd thought of it! Al the best Clint

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  11. The sentinels look great with the 15mm stuff, it is a great idea, i love the APC

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  12. Most things that you find for WH40K could pass as sci-fi stuff too, but I don't know how many workers are that well armed.

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  13. Nice mix of models and scales.

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  14. Wonderful! I love all things Mech and these two lines integrate perfectly. Tough looking all around.

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  15. No one is going to mess with those, great job!

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  16. I see you is ready for the alien invasion, Lurk.

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  17. Nice work, great that you can take old figs and turn them into something new

    Ian

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  18. Great painting. Never thought to use the sentinals for 15mm. An awesome piece of kit

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  19. I completely agree with Paul, the 40K sh*t looks awesome/right in 15mm scale.

    Well done Fran!

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  20. Looking great Fran, the colourscheme really goes a long way tying these two scales together

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  21. I wish I could live to the future to see these 'beasts' from close.
    Excellent work there Fran! Welly welly done.

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    1. I am with you on that one :-D great work Fran

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  22. They're awful. Now you can send me the minis, so they don't clutter your storage space. ;)

    Seriously, they're awesome.

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  23. Excellent work Fran! Not my period, but I really like what you have done here!

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

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  24. They look tremendous Fran and work brilliantly together.

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  25. Lookingg realy good. The 40K models work fine !

    Best regards Michael

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  26. Those walkers look great! I also like your "Blade Runner" header quote. Keep up the good work!

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  27. These look very cool. Love the walkers.

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  28. Aw, they're so cute. I know, sounds icky of me to say that... but I like little things. :)

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  29. Nice Job Fran , at first look I thought I was looking a UN peacekeepers !! (Blue Helmets)
    Jerry

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  30. That's a cracking idea. 28mm Sentinels as 15mm Walkers. Lovely.

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