Sideshow Collectibles unveiled a new Star Wars diorama this week. ‘Hunt for the Jedi’ – Shaak Ti VS General Grievous shows the clash between Shaak Ti and General Grievous at the Battle of Hypori. The diorama, faux bronze polystone, is about 1:8 scale and 12″ H x 16″ W x 8″ L and is about [...]
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This surprisingly cute can of worms was designed by Andrew Bell. The worms have articulated heads and tails. The can is optional. The figures are about 8.5″ x 6″ x 4.5″. I feel this is something every games designer needs on their desk. This is a reminder that opening a can of worms isn’t always [...]
Are you a Munny fan? Perhaps you’re a Daenerys Targaryen fan? The Stormborn, the mother of dragons, seems to be building herself up quite the reputation thanks to the Game of Thrones TV show. This Danny Munny was created by Mijbil Creatures and you should pop over to the blog for a wonderfully indepth construction [...]
Geek Native has featured deviant artist Escaron’s work before. This Skulltula spider is hard to forget. This Spider Queen was made for a Swedish games exhibition and is about 36 wide. This isn’t a tiny spider.
This Gundam was created by carefully bending 95m of stainless steel wire. The result is a 1/100 RX-78-2 Gundam model. Via The Wonder.
This impressive diorama was created by GMM Studios for the wargaming conference Adepticon.
Sideshow Toys are taking pre-orders on this masterpiece series Iron Man mark XLII model. This is a movie-accurate model and I think the pictures speak for themselves. There’s a battle damaged head sculpt with helmet and a face that’s cleary Robert Downey Jr as Tony Stark. There are over 36 points of articulation in the [...]
I’m very much out of date with my Warhammer lore. In my day one of the true horrors of chaos was the plague god Nurgle. The most fierce of the demons was the Great Unclean One and my proudest achievement as a wargamer was gluing one together and applying a splash or two of green [...]
Aardman are known for classics like Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run. What about Batman? The image above is real and the two models are available for sale from Things From Another World for less than $40.00. I wonder who in DC reached out to Aardman an invited the British studio to redesign the dynamic [...]
If you’re in the market for a customised Madl Art Toy then why not pop over to Subversive Constructs on Etsy. You can pick up this one of a kind Oculus Deus (Eye of God) model. It’s 5 inches high and has an articulated head. Sanity not protected after purchase.