Tuesday, 5 July 2016

Another 15mm SCi FI Vehicle.

Yes the title says it all. This vehicle is a Ground Zero Games (GZG) 15mm Tracked science fiction vehicle. Not the largest or most complicated vehicle . ( Here is a link to the GZG Shop ). Just 6-8 pieces in all, a 2 part hull, 2 tracks, turret and hatch and 2 optional pieces. ! being a vehicle commander to go in the hatch if you choose and the other being a choice of gun.
I went for the gatling laser aa gun to make this into a air defence vehicle as opposed to a twin barrel Mortar. Both looked nice but I thought the AA Gatling laser would be more of a menace to infantry!!!

I was lucky enough to be given this model by Fran (THE ANGRY LURKER) who is a jolly nice chap and hardly angry at all. It has taken me some time (2-3 years I forget which) to get round to making it. But Now that I have I feel so much better for doing so.

I hope to have something new to show in a couple of days as I am now working on some more 28mm figures for Matt, but not VBCW this time.

So hope to see you in a couple of days all the best from the South East of England.


12 comments:

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    1. Thank you Tamsin. Not my very 1st choice of vehicle but I am happy with it none the less.

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  2. Glad it finally surfaced old boy!

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    1. Thank you for the generous gift Fran. You know me all donations gratefully received.

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    1. Thank you Andy/Gobbo. I always struggle to paint science fiction Camouflage. This time however I did not over think it and just painted blobs!

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  4. Oh very nice Clint, not to mention a very generous gift.

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    1. Thank you Michael. A very generous and much appreciated gift.

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  5. Great gift and a great camo paint-job too :-)

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    1. Thank you Blax. As mentioned above I do tend to "over think" my camo schemes but this time I just "splodged" paint on and it seems to have worked!

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  6. Well worth the wait to see this Clint; all up to your usual high standard.

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    1. Thank you Joe. I have things in the painting queue that go back donkeys years, so this was not all that slow for me. But is done now and looks OKAY.

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