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11 Nov 2019

12mm Humber LRC from Butlers Printed Models

One British Humber Light Reconnaissance Car (LRC). Available in 6mm (1/285), 12mm (1/144), 15mm (1/100), 20mm (1/76) and 28mm (1/56).

The Humber Light Reconnaissance Car, also known as Humberette or Ironside, was a British armoured car produced during the Second World War.

Produced by the Rootes Group, the Humber Light Reconnaissance Car was an armoured car based on the Humber Super Snipe chassis (as was the Humber Heavy Utility car. It was equipped with a No. 19 radio set. From 1940 to 1943 over 3600 units were built.

The vehicle was used by Infantry Reconnaissance Regiments and the RAF Regiment in Tunisia, Italy and Western Europe. After the war, some vehicles remained in service with the British units in India and in the Far East. The LRC was used widely by the Reconnaissance Corps and was also used by the Reconnaissance squadron of the 1st Czechoslovak Independent Armoured Brigade Group.

Three Mk I vehicles were modified for use by the British Royal Family and the Cabinet ministers and were known as  Special Ironside Saloons.

 Humber LRC

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Pictures shown are for 15mm models

All models supplied unpainted, unbased and without crew (figures)

3D printed to order

Butlers Printed Models

10 Nov 2019

Ratmen & Monks from Cibo's Little Dudes

 Ratmen Warriors and Monks from Cibo's Little Dudes

Ratmen Warriors

Ratmen Warriors

Monks

Monks

Cibo's Little Dudes

Antonov AN-225 Mrija from Revell

Tall, taller, Antonov. With a length of 84 meters, the An-225 is not only the largest aircraft in the world, but also the only one with six engines. Originally developed to transport the Soviet space shuttle Buran, the only aircraft of this type now flies the heaviest loads around the globe. It currently holds the record for the highest loads transported by air. ste Total freight (247 tonnes) and the heaviest single piece (190 tonnes)

Antonov AN-225 Mrija

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- Largest aircraft in the world
- Only one with six engines
- Suitable for beginners due to one-piece fuselage and fewer parts
- Model in flight position
- display stand

Revell

Resistance A-wing Fighter from Revell

A-wing Fighter in blue design from the new Star Wars movie "The Last Jedi" for building and playing. With authentic light & sound effects and pilot figure. Simply plug together - no glue, paint or tools needed. Length approx. 22 cm. 25 parts. Suitable from 6 years. Batteries (3x LR44 included).

Resistance A-wing Fighter, Blue

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Resistance A-wing Fighter, Red

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- Yellow light engines

- Engine and combat noises

- Mobile cockpit hood

- Extendable landing legs

- pilot figure

The A-wing Fighter is an agile, wedge-shaped fighter of resistance which, thanks to its large twin engine, reaches incredible speeds. A proven and reliable model, it has already been used in the battles between the rebellion and the Empire.

Revell

Project Update #1: 10mm Bavarian 1806-1815 Miniatures, Kickstarter from Lancer Miniatures

Project Update #1: 10mm Bavarian 1806-1815 Miniatures, Kickstarter from Lancer Miniatures

Napoleonic Bavarians, probably the best looking force in the entire war (my thoughts anyway)

The Cavalry has arrived

Light Horse

Light Horse

Heavy Dragoons

Heavy Dragoons

Kickstarter
Lancer Miniatures

9 Nov 2019

Parthian & Roman Now Available from Gripping Beast

Parthian and Roman Now Available from Gripping Beast

The first packs of the new 10mm metal Parthian and Early Imperial Roman ranges for Milites Mundi are now available! These examples have been painted by Brush Demon who is currently planning his 1:1 scale Roman Legion Brush Demon used the new LBMS 10mm Shield Transfers on his Romans and these will be available on the site soon.

These 10mm miniatures were sculpted by Robi Baker.

Gripping Beast

E-100 Krupp from Combat Group Dynamix

1/144 E-100 Krupp turret & Ausf B turret from Combat Group Dynamix

E-100 Krupp turret & Ausf B turret

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E-100 Krupp turret & Ausf B turret picture 3

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E-100 Krupp turret & Ausf B turret picture 5

E-100 Krupp turret & Ausf B turret picture 6

Combat Group Dynamix

Project Update #19: Kickstarter for 10mm Demon Infantry Miniatures from Black Gate Miniatures

Project Update #19: Kickstarter for 10mm Demon Infantry Miniatures from Black Gate Miniatures

Post Kickstarter update 8

After a hectic few weeks, featuring a half term holiday and an operation under general anaesthetic for my eldest son due to a football injury, this week things got back to normal.

Production of the Demon Infantry is coming along but is a little slower than I anticipated. Focus has been on casting up of the first four sculpts and I can confirm I have produced about 600 of each, which is enough of these four miniatures for about 300 units. This represents about 20% of the total amount of Demon Infantry that need casting up and so we still have quite a way to go!

First couple of thousand Demon Infantry!

First couple of thousand Demon Infantry

Next week will hopefully be finishing casting up these four chaps, and making up the production moulds for the remaining eight Demon Infantry miniatures.

I feel it's prudent to mention at this point that the December 2019 delivery date is going to slip. The production is taking more time than anticipated and I am still waiting for some of the sculpts to arrive. Not sure how more extra time will be needed but hopefully I can give you a better idea by the end of November.

I will post up another update at the end of next week.

Demons forever!

Barry

Kickstarter
Black Gate Miniatures

SL445R - Canadair C-4 Argonaut from Welsh Models

SL445R - Canadair C-4 Argonaut in BOAC 1950's livery. So the paint was sprayed, a set of decals for the image applied and hopefully a new release tomorrow.

SL445R - Canadair C-4 Argonaut

SL445R - Canadair C-4 Argonaut

Welsh Models

Stock Clearance Sale from Pendraken Miniatures

Stock Clearance Sale from Pendraken Miniatures

Earlier this year we streamlined our show stand to make space for new product lines, resulting in some of the slower sellers being removed from the show racking.  This excess stock has been sitting at Pendraken HQ for a couple of months now so we had two options:

- Keep it here and slowly use it up as website orders came in.
- Or discount it down and give everyone a bargain!

There's a variety of historical army packs available, from Ancients through to WWII, along with a selection of WWII vehicle and artillery multipacks.  Everything on the list has been knocked down in price, with 25% off all of the army packs and over 30% off most of the vehicle multipacks.  This is purely a first-come, first-served sale so have a look through the pdf list, send us an email with the items you'd like, and we'll get them straight out to you!

Stock Clearance List:

(All of this stock is current product lines, so no older ranges or discontinued models.  The only exception is the 2 Greek army packs which will be replaced by the new range in the next few weeks)

Forum Discussion
Pendraken Miniatures

8 Nov 2019

Pre-order Milites Mundi from Gripping Beast

Pre-order Milites Mundi from Gripping Beast

Milites Mundi PRE-ORDER (Due for release 16th November 2019)

Full descriptions of the rules can be found here.

Gripping Beast

Stone House from Buildings in Turmoil

The Stone House at Manassas is now available. You are looking at the very 1st casting.

Stone House

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Stone House picture 3

Buildings in Turmoil

Milites Mundi Rules

Milites Mundi Rules

Milites Mundi is a 'big battle' games rule set for fighting actions in the ancient and medieval periods.
Games of Milites Mundi involve hundreds of figures per side arranged into multiple units.
The game is designed to last for two hours and encourages the use of historical tactics and formations (without being prescriptive) and emphasises the
the need to maintain cohesion in the army's battle line and sweeping flank attacks.

Milites Mundi is based upon the Swordpoint system but has been designed for use with smaller scale figures and capitalises on the opportunities for grand scale battles this presents.

In support of the rules system, we are releasing our first two 10mm ranges, Parthians and Early Imperial Romans, with more to come!

Softback 58 pages in full colour including full index and comprehensive diagrams.
Full rules & 12 Scenarios.

Uses the same Army Lists and Campaign Supplements as Swordpoint.

Gripping Beast

7 Nov 2019

C-4 Argonaut Decals from Welsh Models

Progress on the Canadair C-4 Argonaut Resin kit - with he decals finally sorted, we are offering both Blue and White tail version of the same aircraft in the BOAC 1950's livery.

C-4 Argonaut Decals

C-4 Argonaut Decals

Next stage is masking and painting. Hopefully more progress in a few days time, weather and warmth permitting.

Welsh Models

Manassas Battles Buildings from Buildings in Turmoil

Manassas Battles Buildings from Buildings in Turmoil

3 new buildings have been completed for the Manassas Battles. The Henry house, Chinn house and Mathews house. More to come soon.

Henry House

Henry House

Chinn House

Chinn House

Mathews House

Mathews House

These buildings are available for purchase now, painted or unpainted.

Buildings in Turmoil

12mm Bedford RL Truck from Butlers Printed Models

One British Bedford RL truck. Available in 6mm (1/285), 12mm (1/144), 15mm (1/100), 20mm (1/76) and 28mm (1/56).

The Bedford RL was the British military main medium lorry, built by Bedford, from the mid-1950s until the late 1960s. They superseded the Bedford QL.

The Bedford RL was based on the Bedford SCL, a civilian 7-ton truck. The military version had all wheel drive and bigger wheels to increase ground clearance. Originally conservatively rated at 3 tons, all RL GS general service trucks in British Military service were, at a late stage in their service lives, re-rated at 4 tons without any mechanical modifications; the weight referring to its rated cross country payload weight. The last RL rolled off the production line in the early 1970s, a total of 74,000 being produced.

 Bedford RL Truck

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Pictures shown are for 15mm models

All models supplied unpainted, unbased and without crew (figures)

3D printed to order

Butlers Printed Models