Sunday, 29 July 2012
Saturday, 28 July 2012
I've been working on 15mm Tyranid Ripper swarm and allready painted five of ten models and want to share some photos with you. These are 5 poses of rippers I have. The beaked one with blue base side is a Swarm leader. I will share a photo of whole swarm when I finish it :)
Sorry, but these chaps aren't painted yet.
Dogmeat from Fallout 3.
Dogmeat from Fallout 3.
Friday, 27 July 2012
I've been basing my models on 18mm in diameter and 1,2mm height washers from Bunnings Warehouse. But I found that for some models want to use smaller washers. I found 15mm washers and based some of my animals on them, but I wasn't satisfied with final result, because these 15mm washers are very thin, about 0.3mm in height.
But recently I found some new washers Bunnings Warehouse. These washers were sold not in packs but individually and have diameter of 15mm and height of 1mm. So I rebased my Eytaran on new washer.
Now have a look at infantry and cavalry model based on 18mm washer with Eytaran on new 15mm washer! At last they all have same style. If you interested why Rebel Minis marine and Ottoman general have bronze base sides and Eytaran base side painted with Kommando Khaki, here is the answer: I paint base sides of ordinary models with same colour as their bases sand, Unit leaders have blue base sides, squad attachments have red coloured base sides and army commanders have bronze base sides.
For big models I use 31mm washers.
P.S. Yes, I changed flock on Rebel Minis commander, so dont be confused why this model have different base on first and second photo.
Quoting from 15mm.co.uk
The galaxy is a dangerous place and sometimes not even the petals on alien flowers can be trusted. Watch out, you might get turned into fertilizer!
This pack contains four white metal 15mm scale alien plants. A random selection of three poses with a minimum of one of each. Just 4.00GBP a pack.
From left to right the Chompa Death Sprout, Creegan Doom Spore Bloom (see pack HOF46 for Creegan Doom Spores), Valtusian Man Trapper.
Suitable for use in any science fiction campaign when you need dangerous wildlife to challenge your troops or for interesting and active terrain features that bite back!
These miniatures can be purchased as single figure castings search under codes HOF79A,HOF79B,HOF79C. At 1.00GBP to 1.25GBP each.
Thursday, 26 July 2012
Sunday, 22 July 2012
Friday, 20 July 2012
This 15 minute film has been realized in the studio of the Amsterdam Blender Institute, by an international team of artists and developers. In addition to that, several crucial technical and creative targets have been realized online, by developers and artists and teams all over the world.
Wednesday, 18 July 2012
Just painted 15mm wandering martial arts master. Actually this is "Irregular Miniatures" Colonial range Boxer artillery crewman from FZ94 Jingal Light Gun pack.
Monday, 16 July 2012
Just finished painting a 8-man unit of US Marines. There are 6 rifles and 2 squad attachments. Two riflemans have m230 grenade launchers. Figures are from Peter Pig range AK-47 Republic and each figure have unique pose. This soldiers wearing Woodland Marpat camouflage adapted for 15mm.
Thursday, 12 July 2012
Friday, 6 July 2012
News from 15mm.co.uk! Quote from Gavin Syme blog
My ‘metal baby’ is growing up! As of Friday this week 15mm.co.uk will be selling the SHM range miniatures not only as singles but also as packs at 4.00GBP each. Why does this matter you might say? Well it shows the range has now become successful enough to enter the ‘trade’ ranges offered in packs to dealers and stores as well as to wargamers on the website. This is a big thing to me.
The SHM range has currently got more than thirty miniatures in it and soon it will have more than forty from more than five different sculptors and I cannot say this enough…without my support of the SHM concept none of these miniatures would exist in white metal for gamers to get in their collections. So miniatures by rookie and new talents have proven themselves able to support a blister pack range. Round of applause indeed!
While the pack range will contain seven different codes (SHMP01 to SHMP07) all at the same price their contents will vary from ten down to five miniatures as the range is so eclectic that it was impossible to assign a level number of castings to each code. Also they were not designed to be in packs. I am confident though that these packs will prove popular just like the HOF and Laserburn ranges. Several SHM are among the most popular codes we sell.
You can find these packs here