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  • WAMP Review: Alkemy Tanka Wanka

    WAMP Review: Alkemy 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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  • WAMP Review: Scale 75 Invocatio

    WAMP Review: Scale 75 Invocatio

    Wamp Review: Scale 75 - Invocatio - SCF-002
    Manufacturer: Scale75
    Material: White Metal
    Cost: 42.4 €
    Scale: 75mm
    Contact: http://www.scale75.com/index.php?route=common/home

    Other Info: Concepts by Adrian Prado. Sculpting by Raul Garcia Latorre and boxart by Alfonso Giraldes

    Scale75 are a relatively new company that provides historic and fantasy miniatures with a slight twist that they describe as "Between history and legend." Based in Sp...
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  • WAMP Review: Studio 38 Rixe (Brawl) Pack 1

    WAMP Review: Studio 38 Rixe (Brawl) Pack 1

    Studio 38 has an urban combat game whose name, which is in French, translates into Brawl… at least that’s what Google’s translate ability tells me. Pack 1 for this game comes with 4 character miniatures and separate bases for each. The figures are: the Punk, Rasta, Bad Girl, and Racaille. Before we look at each individual figure, here’ what I’ve noticed in general about all of them. First, they are all cast in a very nice resin that has a little bit of flex to it, which means you can apply a l...
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  • WAMP Review: Studio 38's Drum the Troll Shaman

    WAMP Review: Studio 38's Drum the Troll Shaman

    Anoe Versus Drum the Troll Shaman Manufacturer: Studio 38 Material: Resin Price: 16,00 € Anoe Versus is a fantasy skirmish game from Studio 38 and Drum the Troll Shaman is one of the miniatures from the game. I’m not sure what scale is being used for these figures, but he’s a pretty big troll sporting a large, dented mace and some dreadlocks. He has a pauldron strapped over his right shoulder, a necklace with a crystal pendant, and a loincloth decorated with a skull. He comes in 4 pieces: body, h...
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  • Product Review - Ma.K Gustav G 1/35 Scale

    Product Review - Ma.K Gustav G 1/35 Scale



    Since you don't see many of these around and they're dead cool (in my book anyway) I thought I would write a short report on the - Ma.K Strahl Demokratische Republik Gustav Panzer Kampf Anzug Aust.G (I have no idea what any of that means by the way) in 1/35th scale by Hasegawa.





    I picked this up from void models (www.voidmodels.co.uk - however there website is down at the moment) at figureworld last weekend. Coming in at around £25 you get 2...
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  • Wamp Review: Ammon Miniatures Gobleon

    Wamp Review: Ammon Miniatures Gobleon

    Ammon miniatures is a company from France that produces miniatures under the motto: “****in’ crazy stuff”. They sell a collection of unusual, comical miniatures. The miniature: Gobleon, resin, €12. Gobleon is a multi-part resin miniature, sculpted by Karol Rudyk. It’s made in 32mm scale, the height of the actual mini is 35mm. The mini comes in a plastic bag wrapping containing a multipart mini: the main body + face, a cape, a coat extension, separate left arm, hat decoration and a 3 part ro...
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  • WAMP Review: Infamy Miniatures' Henrietta Jekyll

    WAMP Review: Infamy Miniatures' Henrietta Jekyll

    WAMP Review: Infamy Miniatures' Henrietta Jekyll



    Contact: http://www.infamyminiatures.com/index.php
    Material: Resin
    Scale: 32mm
    Cost: 12.99 GBP ($24.86 delivered to USA)
    Sculptor: Sebastian Archer
    Limited first casting of 650

    What is Infamy Miniatures?

    "Infamy Miniatures is the culmination of 22 years spent playing with and painting toy soldiers." -James I first came across this company while admiring the incredible artwork of the
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  • Wamp Review: Banelegions Vilthiss

    Wamp Review: Banelegions Vilthiss

    The BaneLegions range from Maelstrom Games has grown rapidly since it's inception and Vilthiss is one of their latest offerings but how does the Serpent warrior stack up against the opposition? The BaneLegions (and sister range the BaneBeasts) are a popular range and have scored highly in previous Wamp reviews so Vilthiss has a lot to live up to. Vilthiss' part humanoid part serpentine figure instantly stands out from the usual monster fare, his fanged mouth wide open and a large curved edge two h...
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  • Wamp Review: Reaper Miniatures, Bones

    Wamp Review: Reaper Miniatures, Bones


    This review will be slightly different as I will not be concentrating on the sculpting and casting alone but also looking at Reapers new material and how it rates for the display painter as well as the gamer.



    Tim Fitch from Miniature Heroes was very kind to send a fair selection of miniatures and for those that want to know they are Ogre champion (77005), Purple Worm (77006), Male Human Warrior (77008), 6 Kobolds (77010) and Dwarf Warrior (77011)

    The...
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  • Wamp Review: Model Display Products display plinths

    Wamp Review: Model Display Products display plinths

    In this review we take a look at a few resin display plinths from Model Display Products.

    From their website:
    Model Display Products are here to provide our customers with a wide variety of display plinths and bases which can be used to customise your miniatures/models for display, table top war gaming or to help you win that all important trophy in the painting competition. MDP is a company run by Martyn Dorey, and sells a great deal of hobby products such as a large variety...
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  • Warploque Miniatures – A comparison between cast and printed miniatures.
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    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....
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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...
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    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 ...
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  • 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...
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  • WAMP Review: Hooded Assassin by Dark Sword Miniatures
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    The idea of the assassin has gone under a pretty interesting transformation through popular culture. One of the biggest contributors is obviously the game Assassins Creed, whose influence finds some resonance
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