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Author:  malika2 [ Thu Oct 10, 2013 3:43 pm ]
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Few more things ready:

[url=UA-33220783-2]Spiked Gauntlets[/url]
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Also available in a set of five pairs.

The complete circle blade weapon is now also available in a set of five.

After this it's finishing the second ship and then it'll be time for some Epic scaled architecture!

Author:  malika2 [ Thu Oct 10, 2013 8:47 pm ]
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Calyptra Fighters are ready!
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You can get them here.

Author:  jimmyzimms [ Thu Oct 10, 2013 8:56 pm ]
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hahahaha great name!

Author:  malika2 [ Fri Oct 25, 2013 4:29 pm ]
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I started working on some swords, twenty different kinds, each with its own engravings in the blade.

Sadly enough the 3d printer can't handle the level of detail, so sadly enough the swords will have to be without the engravings. This means the swords will need some serious redesigning...

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Author:  malika2 [ Mon Oct 28, 2013 3:29 pm ]
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Something by Bits Blitz for you BFG players out there!

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Brontes Assault Boats

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Named after an ancient deity for thunder, the Brontes Assault Boat has become somewhat of a rare sight amongst naval forces. With other types of assault boats becoming more standardized, the Brontes is currently only carried by the oldest of battleships. However, elite forces often still use the Brontes due to its additional armor.

Kit includes 40 Brontes Assault Boats, suitable for spaceship scaled games. Each model is 10mm long, 5.2mm wide and 2.8mm high.

Bases and stems not included.


Author:  malika2 [ Tue Oct 29, 2013 2:01 pm ]
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Aquila Hammers
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Smaller than conventional war hammers, the Aquila Hammer can be used with one hand. For this reason it is quite common for warriors to wield two such hammers when fighting heretics, aliens and horrors much worse. Kit includes 5 Aquila Hammers, suitable for 28mm to 35mm scaled miniatures. Each hammer is around 13.4mm high and 14.4mm wide.

Author:  malika2 [ Wed Nov 06, 2013 8:42 am ]
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Epic scale terrain time!

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Still very WIP. The roof component will need detailing, and I'm tempted to remove the pyramid like thing.

It's going to be a multipart kit, each 'level' is 5 stories high (which translates as 5cm high)

Author:  Lead-Space [ Wed Nov 06, 2013 7:43 pm ]
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Not fan of the roof but otherwise great :)

Author:  malika2 [ Wed Nov 06, 2013 7:57 pm ]
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The more I look at it, the more it starts to bug me. I think it's the lack of details, but since it will be a separate piece anyway it won't cause that many problems. :)

Author:  Alf O'Mega [ Wed Nov 06, 2013 7:59 pm ]
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Really good start but there's something not quite right about the roof. I wouldn't say it necessarily has to be flat though, although that would be the easiest way to put minis on top.

Author:  malika2 [ Wed Nov 06, 2013 10:31 pm ]
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The ability to put miniatures on it is something I should really keep in mind when designing these buildings. You want your troops to be able to stand there and air at incoming aircraft or something! :D

Author:  malika2 [ Thu Nov 28, 2013 8:08 pm ]
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As a tribute to by Gun_wun's amazing Ork fleet, I've quickly put together some Scrapfleet turret kits, which are now available on Bits Blitz:

Heavy Turrets:
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Comes in a set of 10 turrets. Each one of them is 11.84mm x 7.08mm x 8.7mm. You can get them here.

Light Turrets:
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Comes in a set of 10 turrets. Each one of them is 10.12mm x 5.86mm x 4.52mm. You can get them here.

Author:  malika2 [ Mon Dec 02, 2013 7:48 pm ]
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Realized that the previous turrets are a bit too big for BFG, would be more suitable for Epic. So I made some new ones!

House shaped turrets (for that old school Ork feel): http://shpws.me/pXTI
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Spiked turrets: http://shpws.me/pXTB
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Author:  malika2 [ Tue Dec 24, 2013 2:52 pm ]
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Monkeytroll over at DakkaDakka ordered and painted my Buzz Saw and Spiked Gauntlets (Frosted Ultra Detail):
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Author:  Armand [ Tue Dec 24, 2013 3:22 pm ]
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Looking very good! With a couple ofsmall modifications that Buzz saw would become a kickass Ork Ramship *wink wink*

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