Category Archives: Workbench

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Art Deco Building Test

This is a work in progress of a 28mm art deco building. The model is not perfect but I am very pleased with how this turned out. There are some small improvements to be made and some extra detailing to be added but the final product will be very close to this I will have

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Cyborg stonework

We have accumulated a lot of test pieces for all the cyborg terrain, and I have been at a bit of a loss with what to do with them. Solution: Paint them all up for a themed table for the upcoming ICON Durban 40k tournament. Rather than going for a traditional metallic / futuristic paint

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What’s on the workbench?

We are busy testing some old models with the new card thickness First up is the MK IV tank. This is a 1/48 scale model. We produce this as a “Grimdark” tank that has a turret that can take a battle cannon or a gattling cannon. The turret ring is compatible with the turret from

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Brownstone architectural details

The brownstones are finished – as soon as the build instructions are finished and the printing done, thy will be released. The three sets are more or less identical, except for the architectural details at the top and on the front and rear window frames. The production costs for each kit are slightly different but

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Chibi PzKpfw IV recut

The chibi PzKpfw IV was made smaller as the previous version was too large. We dialed it down a little too much as you can see…this version is too small now. It has been resized up again and will be recut, with some extra changes to the road wheels. Once this is done, it will

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28mm brownstone WIP

Although perhaps not particularly grim or dark, we’re dusting off this file to see if we can finish it. Perfect for super hero games, and maybe for a weird “this planet looks just like ancient earth” 40k game. GREAT for blocking line of site. This test cut was still too heavy, so the whole thing

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