Shenanigans, painting and solo wargaming from a caravan in Ireland.
Good looking bunch; love the red hat. I'm going to have to have a look at the GZG line.
Look at all the ladies you've got there Francis and the one in front in the dress, well let's just say she looks like she was made for you!I like the colors on these as well, very nicely done.
You're working with Ray, and you're not killing eachother? This is progress. Marines without something to protect would indeed be a bit useless.
We came close earlier on, the miserable git!
Some of your figurines look confused and some look like they're crying. I love your usual detailed work, however, with these little guys. Superb!
Those colonists seem fond of purple. Good stuff.
Nice figures Fran, they're nice and colourful for a change!!!
The one in the middle in the purple dress looks remarkably like my ex-wife.
You're a lucky man or were a lucky man?
Very nice work!
They look like they are on a very colorful mission...very well done!
such cheerful colors! :D
A characterful bunch, no doubt the aliens will be getting mucked into them soon!
I thought you said you did not like your sci fi colourful? (When you painted the marines) And now these! I do like them though. I do like my figures to stand out on the table. Big thumbs up from me! (For what little that is worth).
Civilians have no sense of colour Clint!
Very nice choice of colours, like them a lot Fran!
Good looking figs, the purple dress gel looks a tad out of place but I guess that's the idea eh?Ian
Amn you're going like a man possessed with all them Aliens and Colonists, quite spiffy colours for sure, a bit bright perhaps...
One can never have enough citizens to tax and to rule over, General.
Lovely painted figures as every there mate and I must check out that programme
Lambs to the slaughter, eh?
As Vampifan said, where are the facehuggers and aliens warriors. The miniatures look great as does the paintjob, a nice addition to your collection.
The last post has them mate!
They look brilliant, as in brilliant colors. The future is a very fashionable place. Nice work.Thanks also for the link to Our War. Alas I have to be in the UK to use the BBC viewer. Gits. Will have to get it via BT when I get home.
It's really compelling viewing!
Good choice of colours Fran. At least one lusty wench to rescue at any rate.
Lovely minis Fran.
Gorgeous! Brave use of colors and that really paid off
Btw what is that flock you use
A brand I bought at a show and can no longer remember, I've been searching for years now!
Food for the Aliens...A great painting work, very nice colours.
Great job once more, the one on the left looks really confused haha
Wonderful painting! Now you can start to make a SciFi movie.RegardsBruno
Very nice. I love the 15mm colonists from GZG. Great for sci-fi RPG, civilians to complicate scenarios, zombie wargames and "Aliens" type scenarios. So damn useful everyone should have some. Even Ray.
that's a lot of purple colour, which I like...
Very nice figures, always need some damsels / blokes inneed of rescue
Nice bunch of hosts for those space daemons of yours :D
Dresses in space?Somebody has watched 'Total recall' I think... ;-)Excellent work Fran.
great work Fran, those little people are ready to be saved from or eaten by aliens! lets find out muahahahaha
Just watched the Lost Platoon episode of Our War last night. You know it's a bad sign when they are reading from someone's journal but not interviewing the guy who wrote it.
I watched another program called Sandhurst and knew of this lieutenants death and diary from that series!
First visit, via Kelly's "Psycho Carnival". Not sure I get the jist of the little figures yet... more time needed... but still I'm happy being perplexed. And I love the painting of the figures. Okay, I'm done now.
Perfect for a spot of intergalactic rescuing!
With some of these comments you'd swear people don't wear colors, hahaaa
Very nice colour choices. You do such great work that I often forget I am looking at 15mm minis.
Nice colourfull painted minis Fran!GreetingsPeterhttp://peterscave.blogspot.be/