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15mm Drop Troop Miniatures Project - Part 1
15mm Drop Troop Miniatures Project - Part 1
A few weeks back we teased some 15mm Drop Troopers I had been working on as a side project. I had come across Full Spectrum Dominance, a game being developed for 6-15mm miniatures and while this is definitely not the default scale for our miniatures, the beauty of 3D printing is that you can resize your models very easily to fit with almost any scale!
Conversion Corner: Renegade Ogre
Conversion Corner: Renegade Ogre
The larger-than-life proportions of the Regiments Ogres provide the perfect canvas for some conversion work! I wanted to use parts from the Digital Forge to create a Renegade Ogre, the beauty of this is that all of our digital sculpts can be scaled easily before printing.
Painting the Digital Forge Tankette
Painting the Digital Forge Tankette
The Digital Forge tankette is a lovely mini. As the name implies, it's a little wee tank! It is a two-person vehicle, making it perfect as a support tank, a mount for an officer who doesn't want to foot slog it, or as a heavy weapon in a mechanised army! I was inspired by the WW2 Italian desert camo scheme for the LV 33/35 tankette. Desert camo doesn't have to be just plain khaki and browns!
Conversion Corner: Zona Alfa Spetsnaz
Conversion Corner: Zona Alfa Spetsnaz
Zona Alfa is a great system for small skirmish games, and lets you explore concepts without committing to a 100+ model army! Anvil staffer Adam wanted to do something influenced by the Spetsnaz, the Russian special forces- equivalent to the SAS or the American Delta Force.
Drop Trooper OGRE Battle Suit
Drop Trooper OGRE Battle Suit
A look at Adam's OGRE battle suit, with some painting tips.
Conversion Corner: Adam's SHD Agents
Conversion Corner: Adam's SHD Agents
A post by Adam talking about how he converted his SHD unit.
Space Western Crew for Stargrave
Space Western Crew for Stargrave
Like many gamers, we have been waiting excitedly for the Stargrave rulebook, and in the studio we have been working on different crews using the Regiments range and 3D print from Anvil Digital Forge. In this blog post, staffer Adam takes us through his approach, using and adapting CAD sculpts from our download packs. Some of you might already be backing our Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/anvildigitalforge) and have access to the files to make these miniatures, if not you can find them in the Digital Forge category on the website.