Space Hulk

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When Space Hulk 4th Edition came out, it was an unexpected occasion to get our hands on those classic miniatures. It took us a while, putting paint on Space Marines here and there, but it’s finally done. The casting quality is outstanding. A level of details rarely matched – Kingdom Death would be the …

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Relic – Nemesis

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And more busts, this time for Nemesis, the expansion for Relic, a boardgame in which players get to be a Hero from the Warhammer 40,000 universe and embarque on adventures. The game is based on the Talisman system, a well-known Fantasy boardgame. The miniatures are pretty sweet.

New Dawn

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A few busts for New Dawn. Taking place in the Among the Stars universe, players get to explore and revive a galactic sector, by developing various technologies and dispatching ambassadors. The sculpts aren’t the crispest you could hope for, for their original look make it up for it.

Sedition Wars

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While we own a Sedition Wars copy of our own, it remained so far only assembled on a shelve. We had to be asked to paint a few Vanguard models (valiant space troopers fighting nano-tech horrors) to realize just how great those minis are. It’s not a surprise when you …

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Deadzone

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Deadzone is a futuristic skirmish game funded with Kickstarter, sharing the same universe than Dreadball. A few months back, I painted this single Marauder Mawbeast (a cute dog carrying a bomb, with a chainsaw instead of a tongue), eager to give that sci-fi beast the full rainbow-treatment – as I stated before, …

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Dreadball Tabletop

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A commission of pretty much everything-Dreadball, meaning 250+ miniatures.  The main challenge was to be efficient timely-speaking, but still give enough attention to a few selected details to make the models look engaging. The team themselves would fall under a “Tabletop” label, while the MVPs are more of an intermediary …

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