Tuesday, 5 March 2013

15mm Contracted Sci-Fi Khurasan Tanks and The Happy Whisk Giveaway

Some armour for my contractors for hire force (most of their business is for the European Federation, everything is contracted in the future), a heavy tank plus 3 medium tanks from Khurasan Miniatures, nice resin kits and more armour and troops to come.........





The Happy Whisk (damn nice lady and wifey to Tim over at Gothridge Manor) is having a give away to celebrate 444 posts and is giving 4 e-books from 4 different authors away as a prize, so head over and leave a comment (just click her name link and off you go!).


47 comments:

  1. Nice Tanks, I like the big one best.

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  2. good looking tanks and you got away without overspraying them black this time :)
    Peace James

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  3. Really groovy tanks, Lurk. Thanks bunches for the plug. You blogger are the best boogerbutts, ever.

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  4. What are the names of these tanks, I really need to know????

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    1. Those tanks could use some candy cane flags.

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    2. And flowers coming out of the barrels.

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  5. Well I should hope there are more troops to come to drive those impressive looking machines. Unless everything is all automatic in the future too, in which case Terminator may be a documentary sent back from the future.

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  6. Wouldn't want t0 be in front of them, and already jumped over to happy's bay and had my say.

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  7. Hail the General! Brilliant display of your "Peace Makers." Sir.

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  8. I really like those tanks!
    I am not sure on where to go for armor for my future 15 force, but alien legion proxies are already on my birthday wishlist!

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  9. Very nice set of tanks, look like they mean business!

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  10. nice work Fran! those tanks are awesome

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  11. They all really look the part -- especially the heavy. I would definitely not like having them roll toward me in anger from the other side of the table.

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  12. BOOM BOOM! Mighty big guns you have there Fran.

    Hey, your figure came in the post yesterday. I glued your head on last night and it hasn't fallen off yet! I'm going to prime you up after I go comment on that git Rousell's page.

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    1. Hahahaha, glued his head back on.

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    2. The last figure kept losing it's arms. I may have to settle for just a Fran torso at this rate!

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  13. Love this armor, looking sweet.

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  14. I came to post up about your latest sci fi and ended up laughing at the thread in progress.

    Great looking set!

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  15. I like 'em. I like how they look cooler than stuff made from China.

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  16. Nice tanks!
    Whisk's giveaway is awesome!

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  17. What no names? May I suggest "Bertha" for the big one? And Huey, Louie and Dewie for the smaller ones!

    Paint wise, big thumbs up.

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  18. They look good, the design looks like they could be real followers of current european tanks - I like them!

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  19. Very nice Fran, the paint job is top rate.

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  20. Mean looking work Fran. Top notch.

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  21. Yep, good luck stopping anyone with these bad boys providing supporting fire.

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  22. Those tanks look B.A.! (Bad butt) What a great job you did.

    Whisk is so generous and her giveaway rocks, just like her!!!

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  23. Awesome some looking tanks, I like the blue bits.

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  24. Nice armoured tank formation you have there! Looking forward in seeing more of them appearing here!

    Cheers

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  25. Very nice tanks, Fran! I like a lot the colours you use.

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  26. Great looking AFVs there Fran and a cool and neat paintjob on them

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  27. Brilliant work on the tanks. They look very menacing.

    Also, e-books you say? You had me at "free."

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  28. On my screen that almost looks like the early German WW2 color scheme - the one that knowledgable people say is an effect of poor photo reproduction and that they did not actually use.

    Last modern tanks I bought, I cheated on and bought pre-painted die cast 20mm. Seemed good enough for post apocalyptic work.

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  29. Lovely work on these Fran! Those Khurasan models are awesome. I wish he did corresponding stuff in 28mm...

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  30. Superb Fran really like them!

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  31. tanks are awesome. u should paint on a kill count on em. that would be cool

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