|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|12-01-13 04:18 PM|
They're pretty nifty.
And highly appropriate!
|12-01-13 12:41 AM|
|DarkDisciple_Nahum||I got my skull bases today so I glued a zerker on one really quick so you guys could see them.|
|11-28-13 04:41 PM|
|DarkDisciple_Nahum||I agree with Djinn24. I've run across their bases several times and I love them, but the price always stops me from getting them. I say always but I did nab 10 of their skull bases about a week ago (waiting for them to show up) for my world eater zerkers. No other skull base I found compared to theirs! I feel... strange... something inside... *face contorts and in a daeomonic voice yells* SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE!!!|
|10-20-11 04:07 PM|
|Djinn24||I'll rep him for you Reaper. I love MAS but their bases are expensive! I do want their entire Discworld models though :D.|
|10-20-11 04:01 PM|
Yeah i found them when i was looking through some stuff in my local indi store, Picked up some of the orc captain heads and was surprised at how much stuff they produce when i checked out the website.
I'm tempted by the mecha fleas as rough riders for my steampunk guard i am planning.
|10-20-11 01:58 PM|
Another great post pal. I'd give you more rep if I could
I do like micro art stuff, and the staff are friendly too :D
|10-20-11 01:08 PM|
Micro art Studio
Micro art studio started out life as a conversion and painting company in 2003, producing commision pieces for wargamers. The buisiness has since evolved and its focus has shifted almost entirely towards manufacture. They produce a range of conversions parts and alternate bases and well as having rights to create a range of miniatures based off of Terry Pratchet's Diskworld novels.
Currently they produce about a dozen different ranges of products including:
Various different terrain kits
Available at Wayland Games.