New jump packs are here!
These are perfect for all the fast attack support troops on the battlefield. The storm talon pattern jump packs are designed to fit larger scale human models like space knights for example. We belive that their aggressive and sharp-looking design will suit rather nasty and chaotic fellas, and will look pretty well with our Renegades Shoulder Pads for example. But hey, it's your choice :) Just take a look at our store, we're sure you'll find something that suits you best!
Model designed by Tadzio Piccirillo.
New shoulder pads incomiiiing!
In the distant depth of space lives an ancient tribe of mysterious warriors. Hunting down every alien and xenomorph they can find, these men are saviours of humanity and a true protection of mankind. In order to keep on thinking about constant alien threat and to memorize their fallen comrades, these xeno-hunters wear skin and skulls of defeated enemies as their armour. Never forgive and never forget, they keep on hunting aliens till there’s not a single one left…
Sculpted by Pawel "Kazube" Laskowski.
A while ago we’ve released Gobling Scrap Tankette that was very well received and happened to be quite a shot. Well, here’s another one then: Goblin Scrap Tankette Mk. II! This one was also inspired by World War II, arcade video games and practical resourcefulness that is quite typical for all the greenskins. Besides having a main cannon, this one also has two sponsons that can be mounted either as gatling guns or flamers. So now you can add more dakka and more burna to your warband. Waaaagh!
A couple of months ago we've released head swaps that were a bit... peculiar ;) The bits we're talking about are called "boarman heads", and they turned out to be quite popular with our customers. The most common question concerning them was "are you going to release a bigger set of these? So they can match bulkier, ork sized models?". We really liked the idea of a giant pork-ork, so we've finally came up with these!
Zbyszek managed to design five different pig heads that are totally amazing! All of them are pierced, some have punk-style mohawk haircuts and other bizzare ornaments. They're really,...
Another day, another shoulder pad ;) This time we have something a little more evil and twisted: Screaming Heretic Shoulder Pads!
A devilish piece of armour for those less fortunate space knights, who decided to fight along with "the other side". A little bit crazed, worshipping dark gods and fanaticaly devoted to their unholy crusade - that's heretic space knights! Their armours are as twisted and bizarre as their owners, and our new shoulder pads show this relationship perfectly.
There is something exceptional about goblins, no doubt about it. They're small, cowardly, weak creatures and not even orks like them. That's why they ALWAYS have to try harder ;) . Gather a mob of them together and you'll quickly find out that they're capable of doing great things in a time of need.
Our Goblin Junkyard Roller is a perfect example of such creation.
Made of metal scraps, old weapons and rusty junk that was lying around. But don't let the looks fool you! This is a one hundred percent bullet proof powerful war machine, and it's ready to blow the enemys...
New shoulder pads are here! Heck, we're reaching a point where pads might get separate category :D .
The model has been sculpted by KulAsyrk based on sketches by Daniel Hilston.
Watch out when glueing those. Even though outer, visible side is symetrical , the inner side is shaped to fit the shoulder - thus a bit wider at the bottom. If you try glueing those upside down you might get the impression they don't fit - something I've learned hard way ;) .
This week we have something for truly monstrous miniatures - a set of monstrous wings. This should fit either a nasty demon, undead dragon or some sort of biomechanical creation. They are around 131mm in height so make sure your creation is big enough for those :) .
They were originally a part of our new demon model, but as it got back to the drawing board I thought we have to keep the wings at the very least. Konrad did a damn good job on those and I already can picture a couple of uses for them.