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Malika's workshop (models for Vanguard Miniatures)

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 27, 2016 11:01 pm 
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I'll say this if a renegade factions does see the light of day it will follow a plan i've already considered and will see a steady trickle of increasingly tainted designs as releases progress. Things would begin with minor cosmetic differences and build from there.

So at the beginning all models will be slightly corrupted existing designs stage one corruption after that things can get a bit wierder. As for going all WWII well that will be up to me remember i'm doing counts as here not creating a completely new range for wierd war 2.

That being said there may well be opportunities to do something along those lines in the future.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2016 7:45 am 
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Do keep in mind that the pact of blood have their own unique vehicle designs (like the AT70, AT83, and SteG 4). In other words, we could do Novan tanks that still count as Centurions or other existing tanks of the Vanguard range (rules wise) but look to be more inspired by WWII German tanks rather than WWI British ones.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 3:14 am 
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Another factor I'd consider is that while the 'regular vehicles, but with spikes and/or skulls' (not saying this is all you'll do) aesthetic is well established, I don't think it translates as well to 6mm models as it does at larger scales. Epic scale Chaos always seemed far less popular than nearly any other Epic faction. I'd possibly consider looking for something a little different for your range. Anyway, that's my two cents.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 10:02 am 
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In this scale are spikes not so good or when modular. I love the concepts for OAK (Ork Afrika Korps) but i wait that come from Age of Tyrants their Infantry. They have WW2 Scifi Human German Infantry.

I want more a Army like the Helghast from Killzone or the Anime Jin Roh Infantry and Vehicles with smooth lines.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 10:47 pm 
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I'm a little bit disappointed from the Designs from the most manufacturers here in the forum. I know many guys here from the country who are want the anglo-british designs. Their are all looking very WW1 british tanks. A Leman Russ or proxies to buy is no problem to buy and not on high demand for me.

Hmm, fair enough. However, the Apocalypse tank I designed was more influenced by Soviet design rather than WWII British tanks. There will be a light tank added to the range as well, will probably look more at Soviet tanks for that one as well.


That Non-KV-2 is neat!!!! ;D

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 11:13 pm 
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I love the concepts for OAK (Ork Afrika Korps) but i wait that come from Age of Tyrants their Infantry. They have WW2 Scifi Human German Infantry.


I am doing OAK atm, it is still a WIP, but I am making progress
You mean Age of Tyrants Viridians?

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Another factor I'd consider is that while the 'regular vehicles, but with spikes and/or skulls' (not saying this is all you'll do) aesthetic is well established, I don't think it translates as well to 6mm models as it does at larger scales. Epic scale Chaos always seemed far less popular than nearly any other Epic faction. I'd possibly consider looking for something a little different for your range. Anyway, that's my two cents.

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While that's true for Lost and the Damned style lists, the various varieties of Chaos Marines have always been pretty popular. For what it's worth, the UK GT a couple of months ago had three Black Legion players and three more Chaos Marine variant players, out of eighteen. That was unusually high, but no other faction managed more than two players.

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Chaos has always been popular but has never really had a decent range of models to go with it especially considering the number of different factions that could be represented.

The number of potential models needed to do chaos justice would be vast.

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Yeah, that's a huge issue.

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Indeed it is, small steps I suppose are the order of the day.

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While that's true for Lost and the Damned style lists, the various varieties of Chaos Marines have always been pretty popular. For what it's worth, the UK GT a couple of months ago had three Black Legion players and three more Chaos Marine variant players, out of eighteen. That was unusually high, but no other faction managed more than two players.


Far enough, I think the last iteration of the rules I actively played was E40K so apparently that's changed.

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Well you've already done a fab job providing suitable proxies for all kinds of cultists and some demonic fellows.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2017 6:24 pm 
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A whole bunch of variants of the Centurion Main Battle Tank are on their way:

(please note that the sponsons and hull weapons aren't all decided yet, also some of these tanks are still WIPs)

Leman Russ Annihilator proxy:
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Leman Russ Executioner proxy:
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Leman Russ Exterminator proxy:
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Leman Russ Vanquisher proxy:
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Leman Russ Demolisher proxy:
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Leman Russ Punisher proxy (WIP):
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Leman Russ Conqueror proxy (WIP):
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Leman Russ Eradicator proxy (WIP):
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Leman Russ Incinerator proxy (WIP):
No pic yet :(

These are basically the planned variants for the basic hull. A hull variant is also in the works, allowing you to build proxies for Thunderers, Destroyers, Medusas, Basilisks, and the Atlas Recovery Tank. So yeah, exciting stuff ahead!

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Need to get my first Centurions yet but those look like great additions to the range :D

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Two (well three if you count the weapon variant) new tanks are as good as ready. All they still need is your last feedback.

First up, the Apocalypse Battle Tank. Basically a heavier version of the Centurion which could be used as a proxy for the Ragnarok:
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