Monday, 5 May 2014

Destroyed 15mm Modern North Korean T-55 and Loki has a great giveaway.........

..........with the chance to win painted miniatures or have miniatures painted!

The T-55 is from Peter Pig and is part of my modern North Korean forces and was one of my submissions for Curt's painting challenge, it's had a few bits added to the base since then, I do have other stuff painted but little time for pictures or finding it!





Loki is giving away painted figures and the chance to get figures painted as well, go over here to find out how to enter............

....one of the lovely buggers below!

What are you waiting for.........go!!!!!




98 comments:

  1. Nice work on the tank and the base.
    Loki's character is really cool.

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  2. Again....Great work mate! Nice detail and crisp painting.

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  3. Lovely tank Fran and cracking give away!

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    1. Thanks Paul and a damn good one!

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  4. Nice one Fran, love the basing btw!!!

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  5. North Koreans minis? Now I've seen it all! Where's mini Kim Jong Un? Or, I guess as mini as someone like him could be...

    (Oh, and the tank looks great!)

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    1. Thanks boys, I'd love a 15mm little dictator!

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    2. You already have one and its name is Ray.

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  6. That's one nice looking tank, but I still hope I don't see anything like it driving down the street.

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  7. Nice work on th tank Fran :)

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  8. Really like the improvements you have made to the tank

    Ian

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  9. Love both. The tank and the figurine. Nice work Fran.

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  10. Nice job on the wrecked tank. Excellent piece of work.

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  11. Great tank, Fran; I've got one too, but done up as an Iraqi tank hulk ;)

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    1. They're really excellent pieces of kit!

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  12. speaking of tanks, that Brad Pitt movie FURY that I mentioned yesterday will have a real German tank from WWII in some of the scenes... they borrowed it from the museum

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  13. Hail my General! A masterful job on the dead T-55 and crew. Hail Franonia!!

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  14. Awesome job on the tank and that guy sure looks menacing

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  15. Tanks for the pictures Fran - my pathetic attempt at model-making humour!

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  16. Excellent improvements on htis tank, the base is really great...

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  17. I do like the Peter pig wrecks. They are so characterful. They make great objective markers.Very well done on that.

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  18. Great work Fran!

    Ian so envious since no NK are available in 28mm!

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    1. Not a great deal in 15mm either but at least something.

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  19. That's a cracking bit of work Francis, love the additions to the base as well - great job.

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  20. Very very nice work there Fran!

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  21. Nice work on the T-55 there buddy!

    ...and for the all the Kim Jong Un hatas out there... Sexiest Man 2012

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    1. Thanks Jim but those people are crazy!

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  22. I love that last figure. He's cool looking!

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  23. Brilliant work Fran, as usual!

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  24. Cool Angry - love that armor

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  25. Nice painting on the tank Fran, and great work on the base as well.

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  26. Thanks for the mention Fran, and another great T55 for your collection buddy

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  27. oooo those look great, and I love the goblin thing at the end!

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    1. A Troll but close enough and thanks!

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  28. Very cool tank! It must take forever to get those miniatures painted the way you want them - and a lot of patience :)

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    1. It does but patience is a virtue of which I have very little these days.

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  29. That is a nice bit of color to your large NK armor collection. When you get them out on the table, hopefully you won't need a lot of "destroyed" markers.

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  30. Hey, I got your comment. No Big Bird Farts, thank you. I've got two dogs and Tim, that's about all the farts one person can take.

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  31. The tank looks nice Fran and the basing is top notch. I'm too busy to take pics right now or to post either. I may be back next week or the week after that.

    Have a good week!

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    1. Jesus Christ, I've spent so many hours working in the gardens doing heavy work that I've lost a good ten pounds. I can't keep my fecking jeans from falling down. The other day whilst mowing, the damn things fell down to my knees. Gave the neighbors quite a show as I don't wear undies :)

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    2. I knew you went commando cailin.

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  32. Great looking knocked out tank Fran!

    Christopher

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  33. That is one good looking tank. I like the shrubbery around it for effect!

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  34. Tank looks great Fran! Basing superb.

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  35. I like the tank too ! so much details on so small model !
    great work !

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  36. I've seen a lot worse, but few, if any, better. Great looking model AL, the basing is top-notch.

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  37. Nicely done Fran. I am still giggling about describing them as modern. The West German tankers in the 80's described them as 'Lunch'.

    Good skills mate.

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    1. I know mate but they still have thousands of them!

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  38. Great work on the tank, Fran. That'll look excellent on the tabletop. "Lunch" indeed!

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    1. I had never heard the term myself!

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  39. Fran, because of posts such as this I went broke placing an order from Peter Pig for WWII figures.....:)

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  40. I didn't even know North Korea had tanks. Well functioning ones.

    Well, are you sure it's not actually made of wood and ducttape? I know they paraded missiles around made of similar materials.

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  41. Looks rather tidy. What rules will you use it with?

    FMB

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  42. It's time for you to do a new post!

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