This site is for readers interested in unique tabletop miniatures, and the history of the hobby. It is a home for scratch builds, conversions, out of production figures, and fan creations.
A drive-in motion picture is a great place to take a date, bury a pesky courier, or take you mind off patrolling the Mojave. Brandon G., who goes by the Instagram name GreeneBean0883, has not just scratch built a drive-in, but one that actually lights up to really give a wasteland battlefield or RPG map…
LEADPLAGUE is an awesome and active Oldhammer blog
A scratchbuilt podracer scaled for use in Gaslands.
Set in the dark, grimy crevices of 40k, Inq28 provides opportunities for hobbiests to create models representing characters that exist outside the massive, loud battlefields.
TripleSpireWorkshop is a kickstarter run by Isaya Disayakarin offering original digital sculpts of science fiction soldiers.
Mutant Chronicles an oddity of a film. In the most basic sense it is a simple plot: A rag tag squad is assembled to go to a place and blow up a thing to save the world from an apocalypse. It’s Mass Effect 2. In the world of the film, megacorporations rules the world. This…
The hobbyist and scratchbuilder CraftRic posts his creations on YouTube and Instagram. One that caught my eye was a post-apocalyptic robot.
Well crafted terrain turns a kitchen table game into an immersive battle. Of the terrain found on a battlefield, a bunker can become the center point of a fight. A welcome strongpoint for holding off waves of attackers, or a stubborn obstacle that needs to be obliterated. Depending on your point of view.
Since the December 1990 publication of White Dwarf #132, there has been a template to create a Baneblade out of cardstock. Liam O’Conner, 35, of Ireland took on the challenge to scratch build such a Baneblade to back up his 327th Catachan troops.
A regularly updated tabletop blog run by mainly by Peter Holland that covers a range of scifi, fantasy, and historical wargames. Check out their recaps of classic White Dwarf battlereports, collecting Rogue Trader minis, a 40k fanzine, and more!
The DAKA-DAK is a fierce ork hoard full of towering mechanical walkers and oversized boyz, all sporting the borrowed look of the North Afrika Korps, combined with The Blood Axe clan’s focus on tactics.
Getting some photos of local 40k armies duking it out.
Quick and easy scratch build of alien bio-ships
An impressive collection of old era Rogue Trader miniatures, fully painted and fighting in a furnished battlefield
A might metal box to bring troops into the fray. Scratch built by MaxTheSilva96
The Gargantuan Squiggoth is a frightening beast used by the Orks as a living battle tank and battering ram. Neojep made one of their very own.
Miniatures of the 1980s and 1990s were defined by squat poses, exaggerated faces, and and tons of character.
The Fighting Tigers of Veda are an absolutely classic homebrew Warhammer 40k faction.
A sampling of scratch build rusty insanity.