Recently Browsing 0 members
- No registered users viewing this page.
New Diehard KS Starts Tomorrow May 26th At 9am GMT
Posted by Tim Prow
May 25, 2022
View on Kickstarter
I'm proud to present Diehard Miniatures 8th Kickstarter which launches Thursday 26th May at 9am GMT!
This campaign will allow Diehard Miniatures to expand upon our very popular Sci-Fi range, the aim is to bring 79 new figures including freebies out with your help!
Our main drive in this campaign will have a good versus bad theme, and those that dwell in the grey area. Sci-Fi Law Enforcers will have a new limited edition figure, Marshal Lex is mounted on her Grav patrol bike. We are very lucky to have one of the last sculpts from our guest sculptor Kev White of Hasslefree fame!! We aim to fund:
THIRTEEN new 5 man units - 65 new miniatures!!
FOURTEEN free stretch goal miniatures - characters, familiars and droids.
AND an opportunity to pick up existing units from the Diehard range that complement this release.
This Diehard KS is slightly different from our previous campaigns, we will be dipping our toe into the realms of Freebies! A first for us and hopefully a fresh new experience for you, any pledges of £30 or above will automatically get freebies. The more backers and the higher the pledge the quicker the stretch goals will be unlocked to a maximum of £87 worth of freebies!!
Link to preview project: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/diehardminiatures/law-and-disorder-2?ref=eekm6z&token=528b3beb
Link to receive notification once project goes live: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/diehardminiatures/law-and-disorder-2
I hope to see you all on our new project as we expand Diehards range and continue our adventure together :)
Here's just a few pics of units plus LE figure that will be on offer.
Limited Edition Miniature, Marshal Lex on Grav Bike. Lex sculpted by Kev White, Grav Bike sculpted by Tim Prow.
Elite Bounty Hunter unit II
Undead Spacemen unit II
E-Corp unit II
I finished Ape-X this evening, I figure he'll go well with the mad scientist group of figures that I'm slowly working on. His base was warped pretty badly, and even boiling it didn't help, so I chopped it off and rebased him on a resin base that looks like a wrecked lab.
Like most of my stuff, he's painted for tabletop; I hope you like him.
I knocked out some random pieces of scenery last night. Everything was washes and dry brushing.
I hope you like them.
First up is a heavily damaged Jersey barrier made by Secret Weapon miniatures.
Next are 2 grave stones from craft store Halloween village sets. The one on the left I repainted then did washing and drybrushing. The one on the right i intentionally did a sloppy job of painting so that some of the original colors were still visible, then i weathered it like the other one.
I'm not sure where I got this table from, but it looked like it would be pretty quick to spruce up, so I did.
Let me know what you think, please.
This is actually a 54mm miniature; it was made by GW for their long OOP Inquisitor game. It came as a pet/sidekick for the mutant character Quovandius.
I got the pair of them for $1.50 at a store clearance sale. While going through boxes the other day, I found the rat, but not the other figure. I decided the rat would make an excellent mad scientists experiment, so I painted it up. Please let me know what you think.
Who's Online 22 Members, 1 Anonymous, 34 Guests (See full list)