tisdag 30 april 2013

Leven miniatures review, part 2

As I mentioned in part 1, I also recieved Jocke's buildings. We figured we'd save the nice guys at Leven some postage since they were giving us the stuff for free. Now me and Jocke don't live in the same town, so he's a bit curious to see his stuff. Therefore he gave me permission to review his pieces as well.

 Dimensions. length 40mm : depth 35mm : height 22mm

onsdag 24 april 2013

Leven Miniatures review

I recently won 10 pounds worth of buildings from Leven Miniatures in the Blog With No Name prize draw.

Leven Miniatures, if you didn't know, manufacture resin 1/300 scale buildings. Most are WW2-ish in style and they have plans on producing 10mm buildings as well. 10 pounds may not sound so much, but these buildings are quite cheap.

By random chance my mate Jocke (The Miniatures Man) also won 10 pounds worth of buildings. We decided to join forces in order to save some postage for the nice people at Leven Miniatures and Jocke mailed me his wish list which actually came to £9.50 letting me choose another 50 pence worth! (Yeah, I'm sad and cheap...). Jocke chose a bunch of desert and airfield themed stuff while I concentrated on civilian houses for the Western and Eastern fronts.

So what did I think of the buildings then?

tisdag 9 april 2013

A plague a' both your houses!

No, I'm not doing figures for Romeo and Juliet despite the quote being from that play. I just love the play and the line and thought it fitting. (But now that I think about it it would be cool to have Romeo and Juliet figures in Tilean clothes for Warhammer).

A rose by any other name would smell as sweet. Not!

As I just finished the three carriers I was keen on doing something different to avoid another WW2 burnout again, and a trip to my FLGS saw me come back with this Chosen Chaos Space Marine Champion.

torsdag 4 april 2013

PSC Carriers finished!

Its been a while since I updated, sorry about that. I went away during Easter but I did finish the carriers first.

A nice little trio.
I took these photos on my workbench as the newly-glued static grass still was drying. I used my mobile phone since my regular camera had gone AWOL. I think you can make out the details anyway.

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