It was competition time again over at the Oldhammer Community. The friendly neighbourhood Jeany-Bap-Baps challenged hobbyists to paint miniatures sculpted by the great Bob Olley, and have them judged by the Lord our Bob himself. I couldn’t resist, and so I created this mini-diorama. “Yeah! Smash the patriarch-y!” Bob Olley was one of the key contibutors to the nascent Warhammer 40,000 range, and he sculpted a huge portion of the Squat range that I’ve loved collecting, painting and gaming with through the years. Olley-days are coming. Olley-days are coming. Olley-days are coming. The Squat Berserker isn’t actually one of those original Rogue Trader miniatures, but a hyper-limited edition that Bob sculpted for a tiny indie manufacturer that’s since disappeared. I was hoping its extreme rarity would mean everyone who saw my painted casting would HAVE THEIR MINDS BLOWN with the novelty. The original concept art for the Fantastic Miniatures limited edition.
I suppose it's hard to let squats go so I recently got another one from Old School Miniatures. Now Jamie over at Oldschool Miniatures has commissioned the ever talented John Pickford to sculpt a model of the company's mascot Eric.Read Moar Skullz »
Great news ! I've recently painted a bunch of space dwarves a bit before their release. Well I'm glad to say these are finally ready to get on your tabletop !Uscarl Miniatures and Kev Adams have combined their talents to offer you these wonderf
Long time no see heh ? Well I didn't want to spoil you so kept those little fellows secret until now... Now I suppose every self respecting oldschool enthusiast has a fondness for short hairy guys. Models. Short hairy guys models I mean.Well lucky us