Monday, 8 October 2018

More 15mm rubble. Prodos Weyland Yutani Commandos and a welcome visitor ........

.....bearing gifts!

Have a few more rubble markers to show, I do think now that the articulated lorry trailer should have been damaged more even if it was full ( I have another one I might do differently).....





15mm figure for scale........




My damn fine good friend (Vinnie) from Somerset arrived for a weeks holiday bearing birthday presents including books and scenery, here he is eating the last of the scones and annoying the dogs with his views on sharing....... 


He is a fellow wargamer and currently loves the Prodos 28mm range of aliens, marines and predators, I painted these commandos for him while he was here........

50 comments:

  1. Atmosphere of apocalypse assured with these ruins, good purchase Fran...and please buy some cakes for these cute dogs!

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  2. Great looking scenery. Vinnie should be ashamed of himself - dogs always get part of the last scone

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  3. Now that is a real stare down.
    Ruins are really cool.

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  4. are those the new dogs, I know you lost some last year.

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  5. THe wreckage may to be to your satisfaction, but it's more than adequate for the job.
    Your mate is one lucky chap (and I'm not talking scones)

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  6. Looking mighty fine Fran!! Say hello to Vincenzo for me!

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  7. Very fine drybrushing! Excellent outcome!!
    Poor little dogs :)

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  8. Good for Vinne. He does not try (I assume) to eat the dogs food. Therefore why should they have any of his!

    Rubble looks good. RE-building Rayonia one block at a time.

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  9. haha the pups aren't breaking their gaze. Ruins are great indeed.

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  10. Great terrain! Would like to see the complete table someday!

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  11. Great looking terrain and figures, Fran. Very cute doggie too!

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  12. Plenty of nice "stuff" to hide behind for cover and to ambush, and to take a nap unseen, my General. Hail Franonia!

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  13. More excellent looking stuff Francis!

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  14. Looking good Fran. Nothing like having a good mate come for a visit. It’s a tonic for the soul!

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  15. Nice work on the terrain and figures Francis :)

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  16. more nice work! and it looks like my house except for the breed of dogs lol

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  17. Cracking scenery and love the larger commandos that you did! Poor dogs they look so underfed as well your friend needs to learn to share more! :)

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  18. You've really nailed the colours on these

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  19. Great looking ruins Fran, will really help set the scene when used.

    Cheers, Ross

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  20. I really like the details you're adding to these ruins Fran, they look really good and bring the pieces to life. My cocker spaniel/jack russell cross assumes the same pose!

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  21. great scenery and I hope you and Vinnie have fun. I bet those poor doggies never got a bite, did they?

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