Monday, 18 February 2013

15mm ARC Fleet Combat Scout Walkers from Critical Mass Games.

Still painting some sci-fi related pieces while painting historical for the painting challenge, these are scout walkers from Critical Mass Games and are forming the basis of my Neo-European forces but Europe being Europe most of the forces are contracted and this unit will be something similar to "Hammers Slammers" deal where you are paid to fight other peoples conflicts but run by New Brussels.

Nice pieces of kit but were a bit of a fecking pain to put together, 15mm GZG figure to give an idea of scale........

Lots of other stuff painted to add to the force........








54 comments:

  1. I really like the way those turned out. Very cool

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  2. Or are they the heavy support for the infantry of Nuevo Franonia?

    They look pretty darned good :)

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  3. Your stuff always looks good. Same with Ray and Ian. You guys make all this stuff look easy, but I would go blind trying to paint those little things.

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  4. Supreme General's body guards! Nice work, Fran.

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  5. You are beating Ray, you are beating Ray. Nicely done Francis!

    Guess what? I sold my first miniature! Guess how much I sold one miniature for? $100.00, yes one hundred dollars. Now go rub Rousells nose in that.

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    1. That is fecking amazing, great work cailin!

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  6. Between you and Leland( aka Blackwidowpilot), I'm feeling a strong pull to 15mm scifi.
    Of course, it is a bigger pull with all the choices I've found for Alien Legion proxies. Excellent walkers, woodland camo is my favorite. Unfortunately I keep on having to use/ be issued desert. I will NOT paint my lads in desert camouflage! ;)

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  7. nice one Fran those are very cool, very cool!!

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  8. Very cool. That comparison shot with the foot fig gives a great impression of...don't mess with me! Love the twin gattlings!

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  9. Cripes they are huge! Nicely done Fran.

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  10. Greate walkers Fran !

    Best regards Michael

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  11. Very cool and very nicely done.

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  12. Looks good Fran. Which rules will you be using?

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  13. Very nice work on these Fran!

    Christopher

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  14. I like the silver ones better, but they're all super awesome!

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  15. I've always enjoyed scout walkers and the like, just keep them away from the fuzzy little bears with giant sticks and you'll be fine to conquer a planet or two with them.

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  16. Hi Fran,

    They look really impressive - big, brutal, chunky and mean business.

    Very nice indeed.

    All the best,

    DC

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  17. I would not want to step in front of those. Very cool looking.

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  18. That little guy sure has quite the back up!

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  19. Those are cool. Very big! Thats what she said.

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  20. They are fantastic models! I like a lot the colours you have used in them.

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  21. they look great, i love the colour you used

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  22. That little guy better watch his step.

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  23. Those walkers look excellent and nicely painted too

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  24. Looking really good there Fran, a nice simple paintjob, well executed.

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  25. Those are pretty cool! Nice job Fran.

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  26. I see them and I can't help but say "pew pew!" you know?

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  27. Very cool Fran , they look like they mean business!

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  28. Fantastic units. Love the blue.

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  29. I really like these guys, Fran. They look like something I'd want backing me up. Great job!

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  30. Fran, you are a mean green (=Irish) painting machine. Great quality and speed!

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  31. That's some nice looking heavy metal you have there!

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  32. Now that's what I call mean metal on the road! Great work Fran! :)

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  33. Well done; they will look great on the tabletop.

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  34. Fantastic...looking forward to a game / AAR with your growing 15mm sci-fi collection!

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  35. I just checked the board over at Analogue. You have now exceeded your goal. Yay, yay, yay-I'm so proud of you big guy!

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  36. Great work again, Fran; just wish I still had the time, all I've been painting is bloody doors of late!

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  37. They may have been pain to put together, but they certainly look great.

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  38. those are some dangerous machines!

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  39. Looking deadly. I can just picture the damage those things can do.

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