Thursday, May 29, 2014

Kingdom Death: Pinups (assembled)

Finally got around to assembling these 8 ladies from Kingdom Death. First impression while working with the plastic is that it cleans very well. Mold lines weren't in too hard to reach places and were easily buffed away with fine grit sandpaper. All the pieces went together very well thanks to the sockets and plugs. Be forewarned that there are no assembly instructions so you'll have to look off the reference photos like I did. Some of these ladies have extra heads/pieces so you can model them in different ways. If you're lucky enough to get your hands on this set I highly recommend it for your collection.

Monday, May 26, 2014

Atomic Salt live show episode #1

Here is a side project I've been working on with a friend. We discuss all thing hobby related in a live news show. Give it a watch and let us know what you think and tune in weekly as we'll most surely get better from here on out.

Friday, May 23, 2014

Infinity: Haqqislam Sekban with HRL

Finished up this Sekban just in time for a contest being run over at the Mayacast Podcast. Also picked up the new 4 man box of these guys so there will be more to come. 

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Kingdom Death: Pinups of Death unboxing (photo heavy)

This lovely little box of minis made its way to my hobby desk via one of my long time commissioners. Before I get to the task of clipping and assembly, I thought I'd show you all the fine level of detail you can expect from the Kingdom Death company. 
 This kit has 8 different sculpts with a few having some variety. Everything is highly sculpted down to the littlest detail. Hands and toes look lifelike compared to other company sculpts.
 These are part of the boutique line from Kingdom Death and have some very fragile pieces. Not something you'd want to see used on the table at your local gaming night.

Monday, May 5, 2014

Lylyth, Shadow of Everblight

Finally finished Lylyth over the weekend. This is a bit of a resculpt. You can compare against the original below to see if you can spot the change. Base is miliput stones stamped with a textured piece of silicone. The snow is a mix of salt and baking soda.