Another Useless Blog About 15mm Sci-Fi Wargaming


Welcome, visitor, to the world of the Dis-United Kingdom. A dark world set two hundred years in the future.

After the bloody and chaotic breakup of the Dis-United Kingdom anarchy reigned supreme and daily survival for each individual was never a guarentee but, rather, was hard fought and easily lost.

Then slowly small, fledgling states began to form in the ashes of the breakup of the United Kingdom and like tiny Phoenix's they each grew and became stronger and stability in each region grew.

But alas, the stability was never going to be long lived and tensions between neighbouring states grew as each vied for larger territories and greater control over the Dis-United Kingdom as it became known. Each state formed its own basic military forces mostly of militias and home defence units with whatever weaponry and hardware was still available at minimal cost.

Soon these forces became more and more professional as neighbour fought neighbour and the weaker states were rendered extinct their brief history wiped by their more powerful, successful neighbour and this continued and escalated up and down the lands. Eventually nine super states emerged, each with their own distinct military and an un-easy peace descended as each remaining state sized up its neighbour and took stock of all that had happened.

Now, 200 years on although an un-easy peace sits upon the land like a late snowfall in early spring, it is obvious that it is slowly melting and war will soon erupt to decide who will ultimately re-unite the Dis-United Kingdom.

Sunday, 3 July 2011

Judge For Yourself...

 This is a sort of stage by stage painting of the GZG NAC Anti-Armour Teams painted up as Anti-Armour teams of the 1st Sqdn Fenland Air Assault Regiment (FAAR). I think the pink works well but let me know what you guys think?

































High altitude spy photo of FAAR Anti-Armour Team deployed on training mission in the wastes of the New Fenland Republic

4 comments:

  1. Hmmmm, I think with that terrain they might just work :)

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  2. I agree with Eli, those bases make their uniforms really work. Unfortunately, with the earlier photos the light source is in the wrong place and there is too much foreground shadow. Try putting a second lamp beside where you're shooting from to give yourself a fill light.

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  4. Lol excellent, I think it might just work as well but I have to say that I did have moments of doubt at times regarding the colour scheme. Overall I'm quite happy with how it looks on the base. Thanks Kobold for the advice, will definitely use a second light source next time to make the pictures brighter. Thanks for taking the time to have a look and comment.

    Rhys

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