Thursday, October 16, 2014

Khurasan Femmes Fatales

I agreed to paint some more pre-release Khurasan minis, this time a team of female sci-fi bounty hunters:

Some nice variety here: a few fully-armoured hardasses, a couple of helmetless characters, one hoody-wearing rogue-type and a um, "dog thing".  I'll admit to being a biased source, but these are definitely more of the super-fine-featured 15 mm sculpts that Khurasan is becoming known for.  A real challenge for anyone who thinks they have a steady painting hand!  Hopefully I can get them done toute suite so you can get a better look at them.


  1. It's nice to see more lady sculpts done. I feel like there isn't a particularly large selection right now.

  2. Wow, those look amazing. I can't wait to see them painted.

  3. Look pretty nice female models. I hate over sexualized minis... I can' t understand what the horned (horny?) dog is tho.

    2 of them look quite good fits for a bubblegum crisis scenario (with few mech add ons sculpted over).

    Something weird came to my mind; isn't destroying money against the law? I mean, like burning a bag full of bucks... As it decreases the amount of money on the streets and they have to print/coin more.

    I know for sure it is that way in my country.

    I just happened to picture hobbyists as ruthless outlaws for taking money out of circulation (using coins as bases) instead of the peaceful geeks we are known to be.

    Anyways, can't wait to see them painted.

    1. javi, the penny has been phased out as a currency in Canada. All cash transactions are rounded to the nearest nickel. The coins disappeared remarkably fast when the transition occurred; I didn't have time to amass a stash for 15 mm basing, and a friend had to help me out by donating her penny jar.

      Anyway I'm sure even the Americans, obsessed with their "greenbacks" as they are, only consider it criminal to deface currency, and then try to spend it.

    2. Didn't know... so it was last year's Feb 4th. Wow. Makes sense to stop producing coins that cost more than its market value anyway. Thanks for the link, oddly enough my cousin never told me about this...

      On the other hand, your bases are now OOP, use them carefully :) ...It happened to me to put 2 minis on the shelf just to realize some manufacturers made their 20mm square bases different (edges, height...) :/


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