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  • Wamp Review: Skullcrafts Spring Basing kit

    Wamp Review: Skullcrafts Spring Basing kit

    Skullcrafts is a one man shop located in the USA. It is run by a nice guy named James, whom I have never met, but talked to on his forum from time to time. Iíll say this guy really takes care and puts his all into his products. Skullcrafts offers a variety of basing supplies some of which have been assembled into basing kits. There are 5 kits available, one for each of the four seasons and a Steampunk basing kit. Rumors are there is a sci-fi and a fantasy kit in the works. Today Iíll be revie...
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  • Wamp Review: Grace is Gone

    Wamp Review: Grace is Gone

    'Grace is Gone' is the latest miniature from Emanuele Giovagnoni often better known as Poupee Canope and is a limited run of 250. Emanuele has produced several well known sculpts including Sad Girl and Toxic Girl. He has a distinctive style both in terms of technique but also in terms of subject matter. He tends to shun the usual trends of big physical characters wielding swords and large guns. He prefers a more subtle approach and his works seems to encapsulate emotion very well. ...
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  • WAMP Review: Bases by BNS Miniatures

    WAMP Review: Bases by BNS Miniatures

    Photo by BNS Miniatures I first became aware of BNS Miniatures when they provided some of their bases as prizes for the recent, and very successful, Little Angelís competition from WAMP. BNS stands for BigNastyShark, the screen name of the small companyís owner and founder. His goal is to bring a new selection of affordable and interesting bases to the market. The theme of the base selection I received to review, shown in the picture above, is that of a war torn urban setting with plenty of ...
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  • Wamp Review: Nerah the Dark Elf Warrior by Kabuki Models

    Wamp Review: Nerah the Dark Elf Warrior by Kabuki Models

    Kabuki models: Nerah the Dark Elf Warrior

    (Kabuki models official paint job) Nerah is a 33mm model from the Kabuki '21st century pinups' range. Kabuki produce a growing range of iconic style minis, with 'not' Space Marines and exotic women in various states of undress. Its easy to tell a Kabuki model from other ranges and that distinctiveness adds to their general appeal. I confess to not liking models whose tops are ripped off for modelling effect and so being less of a fan of some...
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  • WAMP Review: Quick Shade by The Army Painter

    WAMP Review: Quick Shade by The Army Painter





    I have to be honest: the first time I was introduced to The Army Painterís Quick Shade I was not impressed. It was used by an amateur painter at my local hobby store on some of his gaming minis and all I could see were shining puddles of brown covering his skinks. From that point on I ignored the Army Painter products until I saw Exilesjjbís Imperial Guard Squad Using Army Painter tutorial, which highlighted the strengths of this product and made me eager to try it....
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  • WAMP Review: The Complete Guide to Miniature Painting

    WAMP Review: The Complete Guide to Miniature Painting

    When it comes to teaching painting techniques, written descriptions and pictures can only take you so far and are a poor substitute for actually watching someone at work. Unless youíre lucky enough to be friends with a world class painter whoís willing to sit down and teach you for a couple of hours, then video tutorials are the next best thing. A number of different companies have tried video tutorials in the past, but most suffer from poor quality and are only a minute or two long. Thatís where...
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  • Wamp Review: Sean Green's Goblin Ninja

    Wamp Review: Sean Green's Goblin Ninja



    Some miniatures become iconic because of their beautiful details, dynamic poses, and loving craftsmanship; unfortunately many miniatures of this caliber are limited editions that become rarer as their popularity increases. Luckily for us, this treasured figure is still available.

    paint and picture by: Rebecca Hubbard This model was sculpted by Sean Green and was originally available from Fire Industries.]íve wanted one of these figures ever since I first saw one, ...
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  • Hadrian, Mercenary Sergeant

    Hadrian, Mercenary Sergeant

    Hadrian, Mercenary Sergeant
    Manufacturer: Reaper Miniatures
    Material: White Metal
    Cost: $6.99
    Scale: 32mm Heroic
    Contact: www.reapermini.com
    Other Info: Sculpted by
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  • Thief of Hearts #6 by Dark Sword Miniatures

    Thief of Hearts #6 by Dark Sword Miniatures

    Thief of Hearts #6 by Dark Sword Miniatures

    SKU: DSM7526
    Sculptor: Jeff Grace
    Box Art: Marike Reimer (alternate: Jessica Rich)
    Materials: Pewter
    $14.99
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  • WAMP Review: Hooded Assassin by Dark Sword Miniatures

    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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  • 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 Ė 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 itís because what youíre reviewing is hard to define within the scope youíre used to working in; itís something new, a deviation. But what could be more straight forward than reviewing paints? Iíve 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 Pressí P3 line of paints. Theyíre 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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