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  • Wamp Review: Tanka Wanka

    Wamp Review: Tanka Wanka

    Wamp Review: Tanka Wanka
    Manufacturer: Studio 38
    Material: Resin
    Cost: 9.0€
    Scale: 32mm
    Contact: www.figurines-studio38.com Sculpted by Allan Carrasco The legendary Tanka Wanka is the greatest earth extractor of “wake-dream forgers”, hallucinogenic mushrooms prized by Aurlock shamans. Tanka Wanka… The name is enough to make people want to buy this miniature. Also the fact that it came from the mind and fingers of one of the finest sculptors knocking about, Allan C...
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  • Laconian Hoplite - El Greco Miniatures

    Laconian Hoplite - El Greco Miniatures

    New release for Euromilitaire 2012.

    Laconian Hoplite
    1:10 scale resin bust
    4-piece casting (Bust, helmet, crest, pedestal)
    Sculpted by Matt Grech
    Painted by Eddy Vandersteen

    Available at Euro and online thereafter.
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  • Harriet and Dwarf Gem Smith

    Harriet and Dwarf Gem Smith

    We promised you a look at what we are releasing at Euro-Militaire this coming weekend so here you are Harriet is a 54mm scale high society Steampunk girl. Cast in resin she comes in 6 parts includig the base. Sculpted by Robert Lane Concept and box art by Charlie Kirkpatrick Dwarf Gem Smith Sculpted by Raul Fernandez Romo Box art painted by Adrian Hopwood. Both will be available at Euro over the weekend from the Model Display Products stand and from the ...
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  • Things on my desk

    Things on my desk

    So these are the KD Minis I'm working on currently, quick snap with the camera phone. They are in various stages of completion, I'll get some decent photos up tomorrow I hope :)

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  • Wamp's Twelve Days of Quizmas

    Wamp's Twelve Days of Quizmas

    If you're a Wamp supporter you may have taken part in one of the Great Wamp Pub Quizzes. This Christmas I'll be running a special Crimbo Mega Quiz open to all Wamp members. Keep an eye on the General discussion forum for announcements and this blog for the actual questions. Over the twelve days of Christmas, starting on Boxing Day and ending on the 6th January, I will be posting a set of six questions each day. Subjects will range from the mildly interesting to the downright obscure. There's ...
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  • Impudent Mortal's Terrain

    Impudent Mortal's Terrain

    Hi All!

    Here's a look at some of the terrain that I've been working on for my second Kickstarter, a Sci-Fi Recon Outpost



    Thoughts?...
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  • Impudent Mortal's Terrin

    Impudent Mortal's Terrin

    Hi All!

    Here's a look at some of the terrain that I've been working on for my second Kickstarter, a Sci-Fi Recon Outpost



    Thoughts?...
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  • The Joy that is Monte San Savino, A Report

    The Joy that is Monte San Savino, A Report



    Monte San Savino has been and gone and I have finally, finally, finally been able to collect my thoughts after a stunning weekend filled with models, mead and many beautiful people. Before I give you an account of the event and the immensely warm community surrounding it, I just have to say that Monte San Savino (MSS) is the best competition in the world and if you haven’t gone, you must go, make boats, craft cars, sell you kidneys, hell, loan your kids out! Do what you
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  • Dpowell's WIP - historical, fantasy, and scifi

    Dpowell's WIP - historical, fantasy, and scifi

    Thanks, Phatkid. He's 75mm.


    Hey Normski, I'm going to put together a tutorial on painting white. Unfortunately since I'd like to include some SBS pictures it's going to be a little while before it's ready. Since I don't want to make you wait for an answer, how about I post a rough draft here and then I can put a more polished version in the tutorials section when it's ready.


    Painting White


    The first choice is what color primer will you...
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  • Dpowell's WIP - historical, fantasy, and scifi

    Dpowell's WIP - historical, fantasy, and scifi

    Thanks, Phatkid. He's 75mm.


    Hey Normski, I'm going to put together a tutorial on painting white. Unfortunately since I'd like to include some SBS pictures it's going to be a little while before it's ready. Since I don't want to make you wait for an answer, how about I post a rough draft here and then I can put a more polished version in the tutorials section when it's ready.


    Painting White


    The first choice is what color primer will you...
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  • The Hotseat: Demented Games
    by Darklord

    In this Hotseat we sit down and chat with thee guys from Demented Games, the Australian company behind the wonderful Twisted game.


    Seb, Its almost 11 years to the day we sat you down in the hotseat. Back then there was no Guild of Harmony or Twisted. So how did things pan out in that time to bring you to where you are now? (Read Sebs original interview here: Seb Archer )

    (Seb) Wow 11 years - yes, things have certainly changed a lot in that time! Last time...
    27-08-2021, 03:07 pm
  • Warploque Miniatures – A comparison between cast and printed miniatures.
    by Brambleten
    Anyone that has received a resin miniature from Warploque Miniatures will know, from the title, that this is a very unfair comparison to put together. There are two casters that I would recommend above all others in the UK – BrokenToad, and Rob Huntley of Warploque Miniatures - I've never had a bad or mediocre cast from either. Nevertheless, I got my hands on my first 3D printed miniatures recently and as they’re from Warploque via their Digital Workshop, it’s a comparison I’m going to make....
    28-03-2021, 08:18 pm
  • Review: She-Hulk for Marvel: Crisis Protocol from Atomic Mass Games
    by Brambleten
    Welcome to this review of She-Hulk from Atomic Mass Games! It is my first review for a while (or at least my first review longer than an Instagram snippet) so I'm a little rusty and may well get carried away and ramble in places – apologies in advance.

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    At the time of writing, She-Hulk is the latest release from Atomic Mass Games for their Marvel: Crisis Protocol tabletop skirmish game. The great thing about The Crisis Protocol kits is that they’re all uniformly...
    02-03-2021, 09:35 pm
  • Review: Solomon Kane
    by Darklord
    Introduction FeR miniatures is becoming one of the go-to sites for larger scale miniatures in recent times, developing a reputation for producing stunning busts and figures, and collaborating with sculptors such as Raffaele Picca and David Zabrocki. It is run by the equally talented painter Fernando Ruiz, who in fact painted the box art for the kit we're looking at here. Chances are that if you've seen a historical figure/bust on Facebook or Putty & Paint over the last 12 months, it's from this ...
    31-10-2016, 09:16 am
  • Taking on the Dark Arts
    by Darklord
    Dark Art Studios turns 12 at the end of the year we manage to catch a few words with Byron about the new Vengeance Miniatures range and the new Table Top game from Dark Art – Arena of Doom.



    Hey Byron, please tell us about Vengeance Miniatures?


    The new miniature range is 35mm heroic scale and will be made using traditional techniques out of an alloy metal which is our own formula.


    How did the name come about? Vengeance Miniatures ...
    19-10-2015, 08:15 am
  • Coming Clean: Colours of Battle Paints
    by Cregan Tur
    Sometimes reviews are just hard to write. Often it’s because what you’re reviewing is hard to define within the scope you’re used to working in; it’s something new, a deviation. But what could be more straight forward than reviewing paints? I’ve done it before, after all. So why was a review so difficult to write? Part of the reason is that, as far as my research has shown, these paints are manufactured by the same company that makes Privateer Press’ P3 line of paints. They’re even in the same...
    12-05-2015, 07:20 pm
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