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  • Review: Portable Warfare APC

    Review: Portable Warfare APC

    There is a whole host of options for transporting those precious minis around but the APC from portable Warfare aims to provide something different. The APC is designed to cater for two types of buyers, those that want a cheaper alternative to the standard army bags that are often expensive not to mention big and bulky if your only looking to transport a few pieces. It is also geared towards those who wish to ship miniatures safely, mainly commission painters. The APC is essentially a foam fil...
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  • Wamp Review: Dark Sword’s Male Elf Ranger

    Wamp Review: Dark Sword’s Male Elf Ranger


    Dark Swords Male Elf Ranger has a classic old school miniature feel and appearance but does it stand up to what is expected of a character miniature in todays miniature market?


    Cregan Tur The male Elf Ranger is an older sculpt from Dark Sword that shows that, even in its infancy, this was a company dedicated to pushing the boundaries of detail and quality. The ranger is standing in a very iconic stance, as if he is taking a moment to examine the battle before him before notc...
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  • Wamp Review: Morland Studios Ruined Wall Set

    Wamp Review: Morland Studios Ruined Wall Set

    Morland Studios are best know for their classical figures so the Ruined Wall Set heralds a new avenue for them. Can it stand up to the high quality of their miniatures?


    Sculpted by Bob Ridolfi the set comprises of 6 pieces of various sizes that together recreate a ruined cathedral type wall featuring windows and arches. It allows you to make 3 seperate pieces of walls which could be used independently or as a group. The sculpting is simple but decent enough with the features...
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  • WAMP Review: Dark Sword’s Cersi Lannister

    WAMP Review: Dark Sword’s Cersi Lannister

    We have all seen the fantastic painted versions of Dark Sword Miniatures, Cersi Lannister but how does the miniature stand up? The WAMP review team cast their critical eyes over it.

    Cregan Tur I guess it would be wrong to slam this miniature simply because it’s of a Lannister; Cersei, the worst of them all to be precise, but that would not give any accurate information on the miniature itself. So put your swords down and feelings aside, my fellow Stark supporters, and indulge me in...
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  • WAMP Review: Dark Sword Miniatures, Ser Loras - Knight of the Flowers

    WAMP Review: Dark Sword Miniatures, Ser Loras - Knight of the Flowers

    This month we kick off the reviews with Dark Sword Miniatures, Ser Loras - Knight of the Flowers
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  • Wamp Review: MaxMini Siege Gun

    Wamp Review: MaxMini Siege Gun

    A little while ago I reviewed the AA Turret from MaxMini and found it to be a great piece. This time I am looking at another piece from their Heavy Weapons range, the Siege Gun, but will it fare so well? The first thing that strikes you about the Siege Gun is how solid it feels. It is cast in resin of a good quality and it feels strong in your hand. The sculpting of the gun is very nice, good sharp details with straight edges. The casting helps retain these nice details, the casting is good. Th...
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  • Wamp Review Seamus Avatar Wyrd Miniatures

    Wamp Review Seamus Avatar Wyrd Miniatures

    Wyrd’s latest book release “Twisting Fates” for the Malifaux skirmish game introduces Avatars. Avatars are the manifestations of your crew’s leader. (Aka: the big and bad version of them once they open the can of whoop-ass.) Today I’m checking out Seamus, Avatar of dread.

    He stands 38mm to the eye and 50mm to the top of his hat and comes with a 50mm gaming base. Three pieces: Body, Right hand, Monocle. The right hand fits on nicely and is cast in metal as is the monocle. The main bo...
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  • Wamp Review: Morland Studios Elania Bust

    Wamp Review: Morland Studios Elania Bust

    Elania is a 54mm Bust from Morland Studios. Sculpted by Patrick Keith she is limited to just 600 castings but is she worth getting? The sculpt depicts a female wearing a bodice type top and she sits upon a fluted base. Her features are delicate and soft and she has a classical, elegant feel to her. Her neck is adorned with a jewelled tear drop necklace that matches the piping detail on her bodice. Her forehead is adorned with a decorated head band. The sculpting in general is simple with ...
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  • Wamp Review: Elven Princess - DSM1167

    Wamp Review: Elven Princess - DSM1167

    This elven princess is tall, lithe, willowy, and graceful- in short, everything an elven princess should be, but is she a good miniature?

    Cregan Tur Cast in white metal, this figure comes in 2 pieces- the body and the left hand holding her staff. There are very fine mould lines that are easy to remove and some gate tags around the base that are easy to get rid of. The base is cast in place and would be very difficult to remove if you desired, but the real disappointment is that it’s very...
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  • Wamp Review: Morland Studios Aria

    Wamp Review: Morland Studios Aria

    A little while back Morland Studios released the excellent Arian and seals set which Wamp reviewed. They have now released a larger scale bust of Aria but does she measure up against the original?
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  • 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
  • WAMP Review: Hooded Assassin by Dark Sword Miniatures
    by Cregan Tur
    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
    12-05-2015, 07:12 pm
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