30K / 40K


40k for the people – WH40k Kill Team review / 2019

40k for the people It’s hard to pinpoint the most popular figure game in the world, but the legendary Warhammer 40,000 will be placed on the podium in each ranking. This system draws its strength from the grim, heroic universe and from models that almost anyone can fall in love with. The world created by GW has grown dozens of spin-offs for years. We have a board games, card games, computer and mobile games, books, comics … Soon there will be a tv series and another film (after the not very successful “Ultramarines”). A matter of time is the appearance of breakfast cereals with Aquilla… Something that hinders the development of popularity of “40k” is the game itself. As a miniature wargame, it puts quite a barrier at the entrance for the new players. The models are beautiful however preparing a full army to play is a demanding task. It is not only about the price, but also the amount of work that a newcomer will have to put into preparing and painting an army of mode

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Orktober 2019 – Mech-Ork Castellan Knight

Hello! Today’s entry is definitely devoted to a huge machine – looted and converted Ork Castellan Knight! The idea for the conversion was born during the creation of a mechanical army of orcs, which from the beginning of October you can watch on our blog and all social media (Instagram, FB, Reddit). The built up forces needed a solid center that would attract the eye of the players and the fire of their units. The choice was made – Castellan Knight – one of the largest walking machines available in the army of the Empire. The main donor of the parts was the Deff Dread model – head, mech arms. An additional, important point is an extended base, on which we threw as much scrap as we could I hope that you like the concept and workmanship. I invite you to see the photo gallery below Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com

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Orktober 2019 – Ork-Mech Lootas

Hello! More waves of yellow and blue Waagh are advancing. In this Orktober-post I would like to present you a large unit of Ork Lootas, which was prepared by our fantastic team. The models are a mix of parts from different manufacturers – Wargame Exclusive, Maxmini, Kromlech. The bases are made of spare bits from GW sets, which gathered over the years in our studio. Squads like these require a lot of time to prepare and paint, but the final result is worth it I invite you to see the full gallery below. See you in the next post! Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com

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Orktober 2019 – Ork-Mech Commandos

Hello! Today as part of the orc month I would like to show you a large unit of Orc Commandos made by our studio. As you’ve probably noticed, all models are handmade from Wargame Exclusive, Kromlech and various Games Workshop kits. There’s a lot of work to be done with it, but the effect is definitely worth the time! The barrels and boxes come from the Armoured Munitorum Containers set. Bases made by hand from bits, which we just had in our bitsbox. Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com  

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Orktober 2019 – Warboss Ambot Conversion

Hello! Orktober 2019 – today on the blog a quick shot and two converted models of Luther Pattern Ambot. Some orc junk and new heads have been added to the models. Minis are complemented by junkyard bases, which will remain with us until the end of this project. The models will serve as Warbosses in heavy armour. I hope you enjoyed the conversions. I invite you to see the full gallery below. Waagh! Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com

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Orktober 2019 – FW Warboss on Bike

Hello! It’s time for another Orktober 2019 entry. Today it’s a Warboss model on a bike produced by one of GW’s divisions – Forgeworld. The miniature itself is interesting, dynamic and well designed. However, the quality of the parts is terrible. The set that came to our workshop straight from the UK was a nightmare – giant flashes, holes, bubbles…. A real horror! It is absolutely unacceptable for such an expensive kit to have such a low casting quality. A lot of dirt and rust was applied to the model to reflect the atmosphere of the junkyard and ork mech-horde. Waagh! Commission painting – minisforwar@gmail.com  

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Orktober 2019 – Mech-Painboyz

Hey! As promised – time to start Orktober 2019! Painboyz are the first (ok, warboss from yesterday was first ) miniatures we want to show you this month. They are quite hard to convert so we decided to swap heads and make custom bases. We also used some blood effect from Vallejo – subtle but really good! See you tomorrow! Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com

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New webstore on Etsy and Orktober!

Hello! Autumn has already started for good, outside the window rain and grey. It is an obvious sign that our hobby is entering a fantastic period – long evenings with our favourite games, weekends full of models, rules and books. In September we managed to achieve our goal and published so many posts. We don’t slow down at all, as Orktober begins! We are preparing a really powerful and unique Orc army for 40K, which we would like to present to you during the coming month. Lots of conversions, interesting figures and epic size! As a foretaste and illustration to today’s entry you can see the first orc leader, made on the basis of the Wargame Exclusive model – Ork Boss of War. We exchanged hands, head, added a hand-made stand and decorated the flag with orc decals. I hope you like it Expect tons of green content – waaagh! ETSY – ONLINE SHOP We also decided to open a small shop with painted models on the Etsy platform. You can find there a lot of interesting kits for Warhamm

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40k – Crassus Armoured Assault Transport

Hello! This week you have definitely seen some interesting models (check out the previous posts!). Today I would like to show you another older project – two super-heavy Crassus transporters. Heavily armoured, powerful machines are used to transport imperial soldiers into the middle of a raging battle. Wide caterpillars allow them to overcome terrain obstacles, and two heavy bolters mounted on the front provide additional firepower for the attacking infantry. On the models I used a lot of pigments and damage effects. Crassus Assault Transports have a really amazing atmosphere and I would like to paint them again one day Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com / Messenger.  

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30k – Legion Kharybdis Assault Claws

Hello! As promised – it’s time for big toys! I would like to present you two colossal Kharybdis Assault Claws. On the picture above I placed a model of a soldier for Infinity system in 28mm scale. These powerful drop-pods were used by the Legions as a ship-to-ship vehicle to attack enemy spaceships. They also served as a transport unit that carried soldiers from orbit to battlefield. Both vehicles were painted in the colours of the White Scars Legion. Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com / Messenger.

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40k – Death Korps of Krieg – Earthshaker Cannons

Hello! This is one of those projects that I’ve always wanted to put on the blog, but there was never time for it I would like to present you two powerful Earthshaker guns for the army of Death Korps of Krieg. For both models I’ve prepared small dioramas, which make it easy to move and place on the table. DKoK is an iconic army of the Warhammer 40,000 universe and I faced this project with great pleasure. Despite the passage of time, I am still satisfied with the effect I was able to achieve, especially in terms of colour and dirt on the guns. Below you will find a really extensive and quite detailed photo gallery. I hope you will enjoy it. Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com or Messenger.

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40k – White Scars Bikes & Rhinos

Hello! Time for another White Scars models While organizing the photos I found one of the older folders, containing unpublished photos (not the last one anyway). You can see a really big unit of Outrider Bikes, a few Attack Bikes and Rhino vehicles. Everything was treated with a pretty strong weathering using MIG pigments. I will devote one more entry to the above-mentioned White Scars this week, containing two really LARGE models. Feel warned! Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com / Messenger

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40k – White Scars Heroes

Hello! In today’s post I would like to present to you one of my older works. These are the different heroes painted in the colours of the White Scars. As you have probably noticed, some of them contain minor conversions (especially weapons). I hope you will like them! I think that newly published Space Marines codex and White Scars supplement are moving these armies on battle tables again. I keep my fingers crossed! Painting orders – minisforwar@gmail.com or Messenger.

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40k – Imperial Assassins

Hello! In today’s post I would like to present you a large pack of Assassins for the Warhammer 40,000. These are elite minis, posing a threat to all enemy commanders on the battle table. Full twelve of them is an absolutely unbridled manifestation of death and destruction As you can see, most of the models are on a heavily modified bases. To make them we used Woodland Scenics flocks and Paint Forge tufts. Below you can see a full gallery of photos from this project. Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com or Messenger.

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40k – Chaos Warhound Titan

In today’s post I would like to present to you one of the biggest models that we had the opportunity to prepare in our Studio Chaos Warhound Titan is definitely a big “toy” – it came to us already assembled and intended to be repainted (from very dark brown). An additional challenge was the fact that it was assembled in the wrong position and could not stand on the table. We decided to make him an oval stage stand with dimensions of 30 cm x 20 cm. It was cut out of HDF and enriched with some stones and wrecks of Space Marines vehicles. After attaching to it, the model became stable and can no longer be easily knocked over. Painting such a large figurine is a big challenge – you have to divide it into smaller parts and paint it comprehensively. It took me a lot of time. The sculpture of the model is still excellent and defends itself in comparison with the new models. The slightly clumsy, coarse appearance of the machine perfectly fits the atmosphere of the forty millennium. I

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