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  1. Froggy the Great

    The Rim Greaper

    36" from tip to props, The Rim Greaper is a VSF/Steampunk Victorian SciFi flying ironclad ship built from a plastic aircraft carrier toy. In-universe, flight is achieved by electrically charging the Unobtanium plating on the hull, the arc cannons on deck work off the same principle, and the Aetheric Lance on the prow works because the Story Says It Does. She was comissioned by Her Majesty's Royal Navy, constructed by barrister-turned shipwright Sir Andrew St. George, and assisted by the local Mechanaether Guild. Construction took about three weeks of evenings, and painting took maybe five evenings. My son helped a great deal with the concepts and making sure it was a playable surface. The top comes off and attaches to the hull by magnets. The bridge fits inside the superstructure. The construction is detailed here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?%2Ftopic%2F68075-sir-andrew-builds-an-aeronef%2F More pictures posted here: https://www.facebook.com/LansingDTryon/media_set?set=a.10207549347146592.1073741831.1077153135&type=3
  2. Froggy the Great

    Sir Andrew builds an Aeronef

    (Completed pictures posted here: https://www.facebook.com/LansingDTryon/media_set?set=a.10207549347146592.1073741831.1077153135&type=3 ) Lord Andrew St. George, Barrister turned shipwright, ca 188--: Surveying a recovered steel hull from one of Her Majesty's Less Well-fated Projects: He has just received the daunting task of retrofitting the hulk for unobtanium-powered flight. It appears to have been a freighter of some sort. The traditional steam engines are not present, though plenty of mounting space exists for their addition. ...as well as a sizeable cargo hold. The interior has the rudiments of partitioning, though he can already see much of it has to go. ...and the local Mechanaether Guild is none too happy. Here they discuss the previous deck configuration - possibly landing strips for smaller Aeronef craft? ...though structures remain on its underside that could be reused for the bridge and other desiderata. Time and budget permitting, the "HMAS Leviathan" (provisional name) could be airborne by 1910. Who knows?
  3. Dr TG Pendrake presents his latest experiments in Aeronef armor plating. If only suitable minions** were available for hire! **The medieval archery re-enactor is proving quite useless. (5/8ths inch or ~18mm 'plating' cut to a standard length. Follow on experiments may involve an ink wash.) (Thanks to BLZeebub for conjuring up the other name for the material...)
  4. Froggy the Great

    Captain Nemo, Airship Pirate

    In an alternate 19th century, Captain Nemo would have plied the aether. Figures by Meridian Miniatures.
  5. Sometimes the paint gets away from you and you have to call them done before it gets any worse. Lord Robert Delabrough and Lady Sarai St. George, intended to lead Her Majesty's 2nd Martian Regiment of Foot "Delabrough's Immortals".
  6. Froggy the Great

    Australian Free Martian Company

    Hinterland Miniatures' Schutztruppen, here painted as Australian Free Martian Company, Women's Division. ...or at least, that's what they claim.
  7. Froggy the Great

    Lady Helen Quartermain et al.

    Lady Helen Quartermain and her airship privateers / art thieves / operatives for the British Museum, ca. 188--. Painted for the game "In Her Majesty's Name." Speedpainted, all of them, over the weekend during downtimes at the hotel in Augusta.
  8. Froggy the Great

    Cytherean Warrior Noble

    This is Khalib, redone in the style of the Andromedan figures:
  9. Chris Palmer

    Ape-X (80001)

    Currently working my way through the Bones I KS Chronoscope set, and painted Ape-X this week. I wanted to paint him to look a little more Victorian Science Fiction than regular futuristic Science Fiction, so I planned on lots of iron and brass along with some natural leathers in my color scheme. I'm really pleased with how this big boy turned out. I had originally been hesitant to paint him due to his size, but I realized after I started that much of the figure is simply skin or fur, and in the end it went rather quickly. For the complete painting write-up, please my blog: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2015/09/ape-x-figure-171-of-265.html
  10. Froggy the Great

    Lord Delabrough on Mars: The Oasis

    I pulled out my VSF stuff last night for the first time in a while. Rules used were Victorian Science Fiction FUBAR, available here: http://www.forgeofwar.uk.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=15
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