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Offline Aurelius

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #225 on: March 15, 2017, 12:23:03 PM »
And received. Lovely cast, perfect scale.



More here...
http://www.the-conclave.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=2741.0

Offline Lord Borak

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #226 on: April 23, 2017, 02:18:08 PM »
Found these on NorthStar.
https://northstarmodels.com/product-category/figures/1-32-54mm/

They be good as Guardsmen or specialOps type Troopers. :)

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #227 on: July 17, 2017, 03:25:57 PM »
Not sure if this is appropriate here but seeing as we don't have a 'swap shop' board.....
I'll also take trades if you have some bits I need :)

What bits do you need?

Offline Lord Borak

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #228 on: July 17, 2017, 07:15:39 PM »
Not a lot to be honest.

The Heavy Bolter from the Bolt weapon booster pack.
The sprue with the cane from the Alien booster pack.
Some bits from the Bosun.
One of the Dock workers.

That's it :) If you don't have any of those not to worry.

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #229 on: July 31, 2017, 10:40:45 AM »
I am having a standard Monday morning is boring and I don't want to work so I will trawl the internet of models session and I was wondering if anyone had picked up any of the Andrea Miniatures Pirates of the Caribbean models? I am interested in how they scale at 54mm 1/32

This is the model that has taken my fancy, not going to be buying it any time soon as the WIP pile it already humongous but just interested to see if anyone has used any of these.

http://www.andreaeurope.com/en/1/andrea-miniatures/132/pirates-of-the-caribbean/1551/pc-09-no-quarter.html

Offline Lord Borak

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #230 on: August 03, 2017, 08:51:56 AM »

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #231 on: August 10, 2017, 10:57:04 AM »
A fair few 54mm (1:32) scale models here

Just a few.... short of 700! Well I know what I am doing for the next hour!

I have also seen these: Grapnel Launchers in Holster

Too many cool new things at Primaris scale adding ideas left right and center!

Also FINALLY SMG's arrive in the 40k universe Bolt Carcine

P.S. is there any syntax to change how the links show using a command inside the [ url ]  brackets? Like label or display?
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Offline mcjomar

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #232 on: August 10, 2017, 01:40:43 PM »
I should note that hobby link japan may be a potential source of parts and/or models to kitbash.
I've snagged some 1/32 Metal Gear Solid minis (currently putting them together), and they're in reasonable scale with GW 54mm minis.
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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #233 on: August 11, 2017, 04:10:27 AM »
P.S. is there any syntax to change how the links show using a command inside the [ url ]  brackets? Like label or display?
This is probably a completely simplistic answer to a question I'm misunderstanding, but the general format is:

[url=www.the.web/address/goes.here]The title goes here[/url]
S.Sgt Silva Birgen: "Good evening, we're here from the Adeptus Defenestratus."
Captain L. Rollin: "Nonsense. Never heard of it."
Birgen: "Pick a window. I'll demonstrate".

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #234 on: August 11, 2017, 01:03:00 PM »
This is probably a completely simplistic answer to a question I'm misunderstanding, but the general format is:
[url=www.the.web/address/goes.here]The title goes here[/url]
Spot on! Thanks, turns out it's obvious if you re-open an old post an look at the link code, I just must have never some that one a post that I have used a link.

Today's wants / finds / might not scale but look so cool:

Big brute gladiator
Sweet Robo doggy!

Might take a £24 gamble on these anyway as they will be cool to build & paint regardless!

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #235 on: November 12, 2017, 05:01:55 AM »
Here’s a small update on some more mini companies and if the scale suits inq54mm (continuing from my post on pg12).

Black Market Miniatures
This company have high quality resin casts of a small range of the inquisitor figures (including the bounty hunter!). You may need to register to see the minis though. Pricey but having a 40% sale today
http://blackmarketminiatures.su/product-category/inquisitor-rpg

Wild House Models
This company sells four 1:32 scale miniatures. They are the Badsmile sculpts that were posted on the inq forums many years ago. Good quality and perfect size for inq (They also sell an amazing 54mm hoverbike for the adventurous). Right now the minis are very cheap!
https://www.wildhousemodels.com/product-category/figures/

Hitech Miniatures
In addition the the very small range of 54mm miniatures they have, they also have 3 cybermonk statues. They are a tad small, but with a tiny bit of work are a good size for inq.
http://hitechminiatures.com/15-accessories?p=3

Ouborous Miniatures
This company is fairy new and usually release their minis via Kickstarter first. The 54mm orcs are about the right size for inq, as well as their succubus and celestial
http://www.figone.fr/en/category/ouroboros/





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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #236 on: December 23, 2017, 10:04:51 PM »
54mm isn't my thing, but it may be of interest to others that Raging Heroes are offering a limited run of a handful of figures in 54mm: https://www.ragingheroes.com/collections/new/54mm
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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #237 on: December 24, 2017, 02:24:35 PM »
The Chainbreaker and Necropriestess look like they have potential.
I might add a bit more robe to the Necropriestess for a less Vitruvian Man appearance though.
A touch on the expensive side for  my cheapskate tastes.

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #238 on: December 28, 2017, 05:55:52 PM »
Here’s a small update on some more mini companies and if the scale suits inq54mm (continuing from my post on pg12).

Black Market Miniatures
This company have high quality resin casts of a small range of the inquisitor figures (including the bounty hunter!). You may need to register to see the minis though. Pricey but having a 40% sale today
http://blackmarketminiatures.su/product-category/inquisitor-rpg

Wild House Models
This company sells four 1:32 scale miniatures. They are the Badsmile sculpts that were posted on the inq forums many years ago. Good quality and perfect size for inq (They also sell an amazing 54mm hoverbike for the adventurous). Right now the minis are very cheap!
https://www.wildhousemodels.com/product-category/figures/

Hitech Miniatures
In addition the the very small range of 54mm miniatures they have, they also have 3 cybermonk statues. They are a tad small, but with a tiny bit of work are a good size for inq.
http://hitechminiatures.com/15-accessories?p=3

Ouborous Miniatures
This company is fairy new and usually release their minis via Kickstarter first. The 54mm orcs are about the right size for inq, as well as their succubus and celestial
http://www.figone.fr/en/category/ouroboros/

Hi there,

I am a returning player of Inquisitor and really loving the 54mm size of the miniatures. It's a shame that it is now so hard to find those models long time OOP (and some of them are really expensive over the bay).
Thanks for speaking of Black Maket Miniatures witch seems to be a good way to buy models for modeling purpose.
I know it is barely legal (even if recasting OOP models is "acceptable" to my eyes) but I will probably send them some of my original metal miniatures in order to increase there catalogue.

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Re: 54mm models and modelling resources
« Reply #239 on: December 29, 2017, 04:14:05 PM »
No worries  :) I received my order from black market minis last week and the quality was flawless (for the bounty hunter and the misc bits lot). Can highly recommend them.

BTW, minis were you planning to send to them?