Posted By: Adam Published: 23/02/2017 Times Read: 4162 Comments 4
This week, Adam has put together some imposing figures using parts from our Regiments Trench Fighters range, and plastic components from Games Workshops Adeptus Mechanicus Skitarii Ranger and Vanguard kit.
Posted By: Russ Published: 22/02/2017 Times Read: 801 Comments 0
The mission was written to represent a feint attack by a small elite force to create fear and confusion amongst a larger force of core troops and make command think a larger force was approaching the position, drawing forces away from elsewhere.
Posted By: Russ Published: 08/02/2017 Times Read: 786 Comments 0
The scenario represented an attempt to abduct a scientist from a jungle base. A small special ops force had infiltrated behind enemy lines and almost made it back with their prize.
Posted By: The Anvil Team Published: 12/01/2017 Times Read: 903 Comments 7
We used almost every painted Afterlife model we have in the studio to create Council and Republic forces of over 2500 points, including several Character models. Epic.
Posted By: Charlie Published: 04/01/2017 Times Read: 987 Comments 0
We’ve had some fantastic entries for our Werewolf Painting competition, and it’s been tough to pick winners, but it's time to dish out some prizes!
Posted By: Joel Published: 28/10/2016 Times Read: 930 Comments 1
Our monstrous Werewolf has had a lick of paint to bring it to life. We've decided to have a Werewolf painting competition, with some great prizes for all abilities!
Posted By: Charlie Published: 21/10/2016 Times Read: 1260 Comments 0
A closer look at the Unity Council's elite internal security organisation, tasked with garrisoning Unity Council facilities, protecting high ranking personnel and crushing internal dissent.
Posted By: Joel Published: 14/10/2016 Times Read: 844 Comments 0
We paint up some Crates and Boxes using simple techniques, with a step by step guide.
Posted By: Joel Published: 13/10/2016 Times Read: 12958 Comments 1
In the final chapter of the Werewolf series, Joel runs us through the print process and casting, in the last steps to bring you a resin product.
Posted By: Joel Published: 07/10/2016 Times Read: 1671 Comments 2
In this post, I'll document the work I've done to take the basic T-Pose to a finished sculpt, ready for 3D printing.