Other Wargames


Model – Tamiya Ducati Panigale 1199

Classic modelling and 1/12 scale is not a project that I could consider as a standard. And indeed, the process of preparing a Ducati Panigale 1199 miniature by Tamiya was not easy. Dozens of parts, tubes, screws, hoses, springs – connoisseurs of two wheels will certainly be delighted with the care with which the manufacturer tried to reproduce the real motorcycle. I spent really long hours trying to get all this together. Compared to the complexity of the wargaming figurines, it’s like a collision with a wall If I had to make this model again, it would probably go faster – I already know how to plan the work, painting and how to avoid mistakes. To sum up – a satisfactory set that I can recommend to advanced modelers. Commission services – minisforwar@gmail.com OR message on Facebook

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Mordheim – Chaos Carnival

Sometimes our workshop gets real modeling gems One of them is undoubtedly the Chaos Carnival, which I had the pleasure of painting some time ago. The models have a very oldschool atmosphere, which I tried to convey by painting. Just look at those ugly, bandit faces…. The team will be great for skirmish system like Mordheim. My favorite models are of course ridiculous Nurglings. I invite you to see the gallery! Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com OR message on Facebook

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Batman Miniatures – Ratcatcher

Hello! There is so much going on in the workshop that I had absolutely no time to prepare posts on the site. We’re doing really amazing projects now and I can’t wait to share the results of our work with you. In today’s entry I have the pleasure to present you the Ratcatcher model for Batman Miniature Game. In a small blister we also get three rat hordes stands, which accompany our model on the battlefield. I decided to keep the colors in line with the official manufacturer’s painting. I hope you like the whole thing! Commission painting services – minisforwar@gmail.com OR message on Facebook

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