Thursday, 13 December 2012

6mm Sci-Fi Painted Walls posing as 15mm Sci-Fi Painted Walls from.......

.....Angel Barracks.

Saw these on TMP and had an idea that maybe I could use 6mm for larger scale stuff like 15mm, well I think you can and these walls which I painted dirty white just about do it (they're not bad but I'll have to probably base the walls up as they move...a lot!).....

......put in a 15mm critical mass games building and some 15mm Khurasan miniatures to show some scale.







The lovely Clint sent me and Ray some chocolates which I have to admit were fecking excellent (I got more than Ray but don't tell him), nice surprise, nice guy and seemingly a damn good cat herder!





38 comments:

  1. mmmm nice looking choc's. Those walls make a great looking compound keep out some of the local wildlife.

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  2. good idea!
    they must be very high for 6mm !!
    I think you are "The Hungry Luckier" yet with those chocolates!

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  3. You can be bribed with chocolate? Good to know.

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  4. Nice work Fran are those seriously meant to be 6mm walls?
    How many chocolates is it gonna cost to knobble Ray for 3 months ;)

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  5. Yum! Those chocs were rather nice!

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  6. Yeah the 6mm walls work fine. Good idea.

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  7. they look nice! and...is chocolate ever a bad thing?

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    1. Not according to the other half!

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    2. Did you notice he didn't bah humbug Christmas when someone gave him a present?

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    3. Sorry Anne I'm just a blog whore!

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    4. ...and they say, the Grinch's heart grew three sizes that day...

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    5. We can only hope Mel, we can only hope....

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  8. Thanks for the blog post!



    They are indeed meant to be 6mm walls.
    Big walls to protect an entire settlement though.

    Here they are next to some 6mm:

    http://angelbarracks.blogspot.co.uk/2012/10/walls-now-available.html


    Michael.

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  9. Those walls look huge for 6mm and they do work with the 15mm figs and terrain. Enjoy your chocolate Fran and the happy Christmas cheer that goes with them!

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  10. Ooh chocolate, yay :D The wall looks okay, you can easily use it for things other than it's intended purpose and be just fine.

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  11. They certainly look useable Fran, the scale is fine.

    Oohh nice chochies.. yum!

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  12. i think u should paint those walls black... gray* the white walls look like the padding on my walls in my room.

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  13. great work Fran and I hope the chocolates were as good if not better than they look(ed?)

    those wall are perfect for small defensive walls in 15mm infact I would not be surprised if they could be used as a farm fence in 20mm they are so big. in 6mm they must be to stop tanks or something

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  14. The great walls will keep out a horde and looks like a great snack too.

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  15. Cool little setup there.

    Where is my chocolate????

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  16. Firstly thanks for the back link. Really glad you enjoyed the home-made fudge. The nurses I work with love it.

    Love the walls really nice, glad you put the figure there for scale.

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  17. The compound looks good, but I bet the chocolate tastes better. ;P

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  18. Nice work on the walls, and congrats on the chocolate!

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  19. the chocolate might have been good, but the real question is: can you do something with the boxes? ;)

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  20. Don't get any chocolate on those walls Fran. Nice execution.

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  21. Looking good, I've often thought about mixing the scales a wee bit. I like how it goes from what would presumably be very large compound walls, to just over head height. I had thought of buying one of the Critical Mass Otilium Refinery sets for Dropzone Commander, which while it's 10mm, the fact it's a big industrial building you can get away with doors that are a lot bigger than the figures.

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  22. Another Supreme Command decision, General.

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  23. knock knock, who's that at the gates?

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  24. Great walls there and they work well with the buildings

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  25. Looks like it's coming together nicely. And that is a very shiny gift box.

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  26. Those walls work well with 15mm, shame they move round so much but basing should help

    Ian

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  27. That's the kind of gaming I could get into. Those chocolates look delicious.

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  28. Mmmm... chocolates for a gift, very few things are better.

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  29. They work perfect with the 15mm figures!

    PS: I hope it was Belgian chocolate! :-D

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

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