Mittwoch, 20. März 2019

This is a ghost town!

"A whole city - are you crazy???
 "This is 15mm, EVERYTHING is possible."

A while ago I took some time to finish scenery items like HO scale cars and Plasticville buildings to get terrain. I have enough gunmen and survivor types allready done, all that's left to do is some mutants and zombies. There's at least 12 other buildings left for painting, but now I can expanse my ghost town step by step.

BRAAAAAAAAAAINS!!!


























 

Kommentare:

  1. Visually stunning as always, well done!

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  2. Great use of the plasticville buildings!

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    1. Thanks! They're much more fun to paint than their 28mm counterparts which took ages.

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    2. I'm surprised at how perfectly they scale here. Isn't HO scale 1:87? And yet they really don't look oversized. I'll have to remember that...

      And yes, this looks amazing as always!

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    3. Thanks a lot, Allison! I think it's because of the fact that most 15mm figs are 17 to 18mm nowadays. With smaller figures like Battlefront or Rebel the impression might change a little bit. GZG fits in perfectly, though. :)

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    4. Ugh those infuriating Khurasan "15mm" figs that are like, child sized :(. Be warned...

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    5. I got a few of these from Alternative Armies as well, I guess that's the trouble when you're having a lot of different sculpters.

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  3. Nice houses but what I really like is how you paint your 15mm minis. They can be clearly seen from distance.

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    1. Never realized that... damn, your right. I will have to find another way to paint Ninjas and thieves! :D

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  4. A wonderful post, the town looks perfect with the colours making it all gloom and a scary place to be.

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    1. Thanks a lot, Wouter! I will add tiny damages or scattered debris later on. :)

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  5. The best thing with 15mm is the possibility to build (and store) epic stuff like cities without it being overwhelming. I have a city board (60x60 cm) and a badlands/forest/wasteland board (60x90 cm) with multiple setups.

    If I could only get time enough to actually play, then it would be perfect...

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    1. Oh yeah, I know what you mean... it's high time that I run a game again, right now I'm just painting.
      Is there any place on the web where you show your boards, Oscar?

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  6. I've got a thread on Lead Adventure Forum.

    City board: http://leadadventureforum.com/index.php?topic=99646.120

    Badlands board: http://leadadventureforum.com/index.php?topic=99646.105

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    1. Ha! Those I allready knew! Lovely work, Sir. Expect your city board idea to be stolen quite soon. :)

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