15mm Sci-fi Rebel Minis Pangalactic Legion

Pangalatic Legion has Landed: PF sculpts from Rebel Minis

Recent painting has primarily been focussed on fantasy and/or ploughing through several of the big miniature boardgames acquired via Kickstarter over the last few years. However my fondness for 15mm sci-fi remains as does my appreciation for the work of PF.

Several years ago I made it a bit of a mission to collect up 15mm sci-fi that PF has sculpted – no mean feat as he has worked for various manufacturers over the years in the US, UK and elsewhere. At  the time I managed to hunt down most of the available offerings but have not as yet managed to complete them all.

I did however, spurred on by a fellow 15mm sci-fi fan’s work on the 15mm Sci-Fi Gaming Facebook group, get around to painting these fine examples of PFs work. Amongst my favourites. (If you want to see other PF sculpts that I have painted search with the tag Sculptor PF Collection.)

They are the Pangalactic Legion available here from Rebel Minis in the US. A organised mercenary force made up of numerous (albeit all humanoid) aliens, bursting with fine detail, a lot of character and some great poses.

Painting-wise I was looking for a UN type of colour scheme but I’m not convinced that painting the guns white works or not – they look unfinished at a glance. Anyways.

First Squad

15mm Sci-fi Rebel Minis Pangalactic Legion 15mm Sci-fi Rebel Minis Pangalactic Legion 15mm Sci-fi Rebel Minis Pangalactic LegionNote: One of the heavy weapons is an interloper from Rebel Minis ‘Scourge’ range – needed him to balance up the squad sizes and still avoid duplicates.

Second Squad15mm Sci-fi Rebel Minis Pangalactic Legion 15mm Sci-fi Rebel Minis Pangalactic Legion 15mm Sci-fi Rebel Minis Pangalactic Legion 15mm Sci-fi Rebel Minis Pangalactic Legion

And all together 15mm Sci-fi Rebel Minis Pangalactic LegionPlease note – the miniatures displayed are not the entire pack contents. They represent one of each sculpt in a pack with multiple casting of each.

4 thoughts on “Pangalatic Legion has Landed: PF sculpts from Rebel Minis”

  1. A very nicely painted set in my opinion.

    I think that, as well as UN operatives, this finish could also be a winter colour scheme.

    Personally I think the white weapons look fine; it’s possible the guns are constructed from a type of ceramic rather than metal. I used this justification myself when painting some of GZG’s Moongrunt figures (metal weapons could be problematic on the lunar surface due to temperature variations).

    1. Oh dear. I don’t recall exactly. Primary paints I use are Wargames Foundry tri colours. But a lot of washes and inks from w&n and Vallejo. And lots of others… so useless answer bud.

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