Sunday, 10 July 2011

HUMINT, July 2011, Vol. 1: new releases for gaming "moderns"

HUMINT = human intelligence. A new series of posts on my blog about news of various tabletop miniature producing companies concerning "moderns". The pictures were taken off the producers' catalogues with their prior permission. Cheers for that guys! Links to their webshops can be found within the right column of my blog (see sources for 20mm....).

TheHobbyDen releases for July:

Israeli Jeep with TOW launcher

Byzantinum Models releases for July:

Rob wrote:

Finally we have the first sets of buildings out of the moulds for the new Byzantium range of Arabic buildings. intended orginally to represent poor rural communities the inspiration for the masters comes mostly from Afghanistan, although many of the features are common to this type of housing from North Africa across to the Middle-East. As usual we tend towards smaller houses based around the games we play, however we have some larger models due for release soon...All the roof's are removeable - and the walls have a nice subtle uneven surface which is typical, with some rendering crumbling away to reveal the hand made bricks beneath...

1 comment:

Dangerous Brian said...

I like the Jeep. But how do the resin ME buildings compare to other manufacturers on the market? Seems like there's a lot of choice in that regard at the moment?