Friday, December 30, 2011

ACP Games, Va-Lyn

Here is a concept of the upcoming Va-Lyn race from ACP Games.  Love the look of this.  If the miniatures are any where near the concept, it should be pretty sweet.

Thursday, December 29, 2011

Critical Mass Games, Naga Draconum

Here is the first look at the Critical Mass Games Naga Draconum.  These are the the Legion Commanders of the Dominion.

Khurasan Miniatures Army Guys

Khurasan Miniatures releases Army Guys Riflemen sets.  The Infantry set set contains 10 infantry men in five poses, and the command and weapons set has the colonel himself, as well as a bazookaman, machinegunner, and mortarman.
These 15mm models were sculpted by "Whiff Waff," painted by Chris Yaro, and are available now for your monsters to kill.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Critical Mass Games, Gruntz Imperator Mecha

Critical Mass Games has been working hard alongside Robin Fitton the Creator of Gruntz to bring you the Imperator Mecha.

This multi-part resin kit is now available in the online store and is priced at £20.00.  If you buy the battle group you can save a little money.

Monday, December 19, 2011

Dream Pod 9 Terrain

Dream Pod 9 has introduced a bunch of really nice looking terrain for their figures and games. From the looks of them, many of these could be used in 15mm scale games. Prices range from $10 for a set of 3 shipping containers to $30 for the Badlands Outpost.

Micropanzer Russian Heavy Combat Armor

Jason has a picture of the prototype for his Micropanzer Russian Heavy Combat Armor units.  These are for 28-32mm play.  Looks like there will be a ton of arm options.  Love the design.  Perfect for say a space hulk type game.

Jason did run into a problem with the flamer arms as both copies did not print correctly.   He is using green stuff to fix them right now, so they are not included in the image below.

These guys should be available sometime early next year.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Khurasan Miniatures, TerraForce

Here are some renders of upcoming TerraForce troopers from Khurasan Miniatures known as the Corsair. The TerraForce uses power armour and an array of weapons to fight, and the basic MBS (main-battle soldier) is the Corsair. There will be a variety of poses and weapons options for the Terraforce superheavy infantry. The two corsairs shown here have "burners," and when they resort to this weapon, better stay out of their frontal arc! (These are prototypes and the final rocket/jetpack looks slightly different. The renders were created by Steve3d Expect these troopers out sometime next year.

Police Command Car

Here is something rather cool that I found on TMP.  Its a converted TRON LEGACY "CLU'S COMMAND SHIP".
I picked up 4 of the CLU's command ships off of ebay for $2.30 each + $5 shipping. Not bad at all.

You can find out more about it on the blog

Monday, December 5, 2011

ACP Games,

An interesting figure has appeared on the radar from ACP Games. Not sure what he will be called, but I like what I am seeing.  Hopefully we will see it in metal form soon.  Other news from ACP Games comes in the form of new resin tanks.  Jimbo has been pretty busy remastering some of the larger vehicle sculpts with new designs and integrated bases.  Early next year the Makat will be getting a large walker type to boost their ranks.

Mad Robot Miniatures, Harook are here

Mad Robot Miniatures Harook are available.  These avian aliens come with 10 unique poses to a pack and stand slightly taller than the average human.  The models were sculpted by Pedro Navaro and painted by Spacejacker.  The 10 figures retail for $7.

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Dead Game Guild

A good friend of mine, Allen Swan has started up a blog called Dead Game Guild.  He will be showcasing older OOP games and things he thinks are cool, such as 15mm Victorian/Steam Punk. 

Friday, December 2, 2011

TinMan Miniatures, Back at it

TinMan Miniatures is releasing some fantastic new miniatures.  I have a bunch of the figures and they are all really sweet in both detail and design.  Absolutely love the Wild Ride figure seen below, which retails for $24.95.   The figures are scaled at 32mm, where a six-foot tall man is about 32mm from the soles of his feet to the top of his head.