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.
They're green, they're mean and they're even quite brave when they ride along together. Engines are (barely) roaring when these dudes cruise down the streets, accompanied by bursts of maniacal laughter.
We're talking of course about our new Goblin Bikers gang, these boys can be nasty sometimes.
How did they get here? Well, the idea was easy: let's make a goblin gang with a lot of cliché, biker stereotypes. So we've got two classic chopper bikes (you can swap the forks if you like), one enduro-style bike, different head swaps with pickelhaube helmet, mohawk hair and a...
A week ago we've added post apocalyptic truck to the store:
This one has been spawned by Jakub Janiak during our creative Fridays. We hope to bring more models made during those in the coming months.
We've managed to squeeze one more release before hoildays - greyskull shoulder pads. Sculpted by the Pawel "Kazube" Laskowski.
Christmas time nears and look who shambles along with sack full of goodies ;) . Damn, we had fun working on this one.
The sculpt has been made by Zbyszek.
Did I say goodies? Yes, indeed - to sweaten the deal we lowered prices for all his plague-ridden fellas. So you'll find those at 15% off:
Recently Chris painted our Loader Androbot model - and here's how he did it :) .
Assuming that the model is cleaned and assembled properly, first thing to do is priming. Metal parts are dominant feature of the model so we can help ourself putting the base colours right. Quickest method is to use black and white paint in spray can, but the effect will not be as good as using airbrush. When using airbrush we are able to control the colour and flow of the paint better, as well as be more accurate in general.First goes black with a bit of dark blue. After that add some white to the paint and spray it from the top. Be careful not to add too...