They have a number of different genres including fantasy, sci-fi, Eldar-esque, vehicles, and some great cityscape terrain called Battle Grounds.
Today we're going to show the product we bought to test out their kits, the Power Generator!
The Power Generator is built in two symmetrical halves which you then obviously glue together - you can see the back side of one of the halves (below right) with it's multiple angles and locking pins.
Previous experience with MDF shows that the sharp lines around the edges make it look a bit fake, so once dry I sanded the edges of the entire kit to round them off a bit - you can see where the black spray has worn off leaving the MDF exposed (below centre). I quite like the effect and regret having to paint it!
There are arcs of energy in the middle of the Power Generator (below right) so I left the front plat off to make it easier to paint later on.
Frankly I really like this. It was a bit of work at first, but once you hit your stride, you're away.
I'd really like to build more of their kits and have ordered some Battle Ground road plates and a few buildings from their Sci-Fi range to test them out.
In a way I really liked the very charred and worn black undercoat, but this scheme will fit better with the rest of the scenery I'm planning. You may also notice I cut out the lightning bolts from the generator. I wanted this to look dormant, so the lightning didn't really fit. Here's a War Hound for scale!
Probably a bit more work to do, but overall it's come up well as an experiment.