Monday, 1 December 2014

15mm Ion Age: Shia Khan Infantry

Something a bit different, some 15mm figures for a change

I've always had a soft spot for 15mm sci-fi figures and when the Ion Age launched their range of figures, vehicles and scenery I dived straight in with multiple purchases. Now, this was fine but after a few months I found myself with a box file full of stuff to paint..

So, I grabbed these couple of packs to start the ball rolling on getting some of them painted. These are both Tesseran's of the Shia Khan Empire, the enemy of the Prydian human forces


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Simple colour schemes that were quick to paint and look good on the tabletop, just what I need!
 

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful looking troops; the red is very eye-catching.

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  2. nice detail, in 15mm its darn hard

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  3. Looking sharp. What are you basing on?

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    1. I ended up using these lipped bases from Proxie Models, although I did consider coins at one point
      http://www.proxiemodels.com/store2/index.php?route=product/product&path=20_26&product_id=87

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    2. Thanks Nick! I was actually looking at those bases (although the 20mm ones) myself. It's nice to see a example of them with figures on them.

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  4. Excellent work Nick. I have featured it on The Ion Age blog here: http://theionageblog.blogspot.co.uk/2014/12/khanate-legionaries-at-lead-mountain.html

    I hope a lot of people see it. Lovely reds.

    GBS
    www.theionage.com

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    1. Thanks Gavin, hopefully more to follow in a few days
      Nick

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