Archive for April, 2010

Zombie Mobs! (Studio Miniatures)

Friday, April 30th, 2010

Zombie Mob

Studio Miniatures Zombie Mob 001, Sculpted by Dan Pacey, Painted by Vesa Makela


Zombies! There everywhere! Well, they appear to be on Studio Miniatures site!

Check them out in all their gore-i-ness, and if you like them as much as I do, then check them out, as in add them to your basket and go to the checkout (see what I did there)?

Upcoming Otherworld Miniatures

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

As I may have mentioned before, I love these guys; The old-skool D&D look is something I really relate to. Looks like a new slew of monsters are due out on the 12th of May 2010, including these lycanthropes (that’s werewolves to you and me).

Can’t wait!

Lycanthropes, that is werewolves to you and me

Otherworld Miniatures Lycanthrope Greens

Added Reaper Miniatures to manufacturers

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

To aid my collecting of reaper miniatures (and yours), I now have them listed as a major manufacturer.

You can now also find specific lines of reaper miniatures such as “Reich of the Dead” and “Dark Heaven Legends“.

I will add the rest in the near future.

Hook Horror Painting Guide

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010

Step by step details of how to paint a D&D hook horror.
Check out the rest of his site for guides on as he puts it “how not to paint” various old-skool D&D miniatures.

Hydra Miniatures Release War Rocket

Monday, April 26th, 2010

War Rocket

Hydra Miniatures War Rocket Range. Sculpted by Steve Meli, Painted by Matt Beauchamp

Well the caption makes it sound like they have declared war on planet earth! Instead as promised Hydra Miniatures released their War Rocket range of retro sci-fi starship miniatures, designed to accompany their War Rocket rules:

Hydra Miniatures is proud to announce the release of our long awaited War Rocket miniatures. This first wave of War Rocket miniatures includes the first two rockets from each of the four factions: Galacteers (human space patrol), Imperial (forces of the Marduk the Tyrant), Valkeeri (domineering space amazons) and Zenithians (saucer men from the seventh dimension.)

In addition, we are releasing squadron boxed sets that contain enough models to field a squadron of 12 rockets: nine class 1 rockets, three class 2 rockets and twelve plastic flight bases. You save 10% by purchasing these squadron box sets instead of purchasing the models separately.