Given all the recent hoopla around Warhammer 40,000 8th Edition, a lot of the spotlight has been heading Games Workshop's way. Well they don't have the monopoly on great miniatures, and as you may know, we're big fans of DreamForge and what they produce. Their line of miniatures are super cool, but with no real fluff currently developed, finding a cool colour scheme or developing character is up to the hobbyist - not necessarily a bad thing! This week, in a burst creativity, we mixed two of the existing Dream Forge kits - mostly an Eisenkern Valkir Heavy Trooper with the smaller shoulder pads and super cool backpack from an Eisenkern Stormtrooper to make something a little different. Part of an urban pacification force, the base colour is actually the new Death Guard Green spray from GW with other GW paints used for the camo. The drybrush may have been a little heavy, but overall this was quite successful and potentially the start to a scheme for a larger force, and certainly a thought for the look of the Kellerkopf APC that DreamForge produce. This is the first time we've tried camo on power armour, so not a terrible first go., but lessons were learnt. Now to decide on markings!
Dream Forge have just released their Eisenkern Panzerjägers hot on the heels of the recent release of their Heavy and Support troops as well as the much anticipated APC.
The release of the Eisenkern Panzerjägers brings two things to the Iron-Core Universe; female troopers and for the first time a sniper head in the assortment!
Curiously these tank hunters don't come with any heavy rocket launchers, rather anti-tank guns for more maneuverability.
PLUS, Dream Forge are also having May Mecha Madness, where all kits are on sale, including this new one!
So what do you think of the Shadokesh? Is it a faction you'd play?
They're a quite a bit taller than the Eisenkern, so the tabletop will look really interesting. Can't wait!!
For some months we've been teasing you with information on some of the amazing looking new kits from Dream Forge. well today they have announced the release date for these awesome new 28mm kits, the Keilerkopf APC, Valkir Heavy Troopers, Valkir Assault Troopers and the Valkir Support Troopers.
But that wasn't the only announcement today, Dream Forge have also completed the roll out of accessories for the 15mm version of their 28mm mechs plus the 15mm Scale Leviathan Mortis.
DreamForge continue to impress, this time with finalised images of their Eisenkern Panzerjagers. Hot on the heels of the Dreamforge Valkir Heavy Troopers & The Eisenkern Stug images, DreamForge have really stepped up a notch showing how versatile and full their universe is.
Not only are their preview images, we also have a kit breakdown so you see exactly what you get!
Notice the Panzerjager helmets and the unique female walking style - very schmick!
Backers of the Kickstarter should start seeing these in December (happy Xmas to you!) and the rest of us hopefully soon after...
Dream Forge have just released a new image of their much anticipated Eisenkern APC plus some very tantalising details for those of us waiting!
Release looks like November with the first previewed variants being released at the same time.
As far as options go, there is an optional grill for the front if you don't like the armour.
This is Breaking News - so more details incoming...
Dreamforge have released further images of their upcoming Valkir Heavy Weapons Troopers and a bit of a surprise - another vehicle to add post the expected Eisenkern APC very soon.
The Eisenkern Stormtroopers are brilliant models and these previews show how great the Valkir look too.
I can't wait to see what people come up with in terms of colour schemes for these guys! The models look brilliant - so here's hoping some justice can be done to their amazing design!
Dreamforge have released further images of their Valkir troops - this time the Support Squad.
It was only a week or so ago that we saw the Assault Troopers, and now here we are with much more detail on their heavy weapon brethren!
For more picks of the individual troops - see below!