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Post  The Emperor Waffle on Wed Apr 25, 2012 5:14 pm

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http://www.3t-studios.com/Scratchbuilt terrain and tables
http://ainstycastings.co.uk/index.php Resin scenic terrain and accessories for gamers
http://www.airconnection.on.ca/ Kits of vehicles to convert or raid for bitz.
http://www.amera.co.uk/ Vacuform terrain with fantasy, modern, and future themes. really cheap too.
http://www.antenocitisworkshop.com/ Some neat stuff in his store in terms of 40k terrain and modeling.
http://www.anvilindustry.co.uk/index.php?route=common/home Lots of bitz and alternate modelling themes for your conversions.
http://armorcast.com/store/index.php/ Lots of Terrain and some tanks, their models and Steampunk stuff is okay
[url]atlargegamers.tumblr.com/[/url] Augmented wargaming terrain and accessories. Check out the Clockwork Cove and Penny Arcade commission table.
http://www.avatars-of-war.com/ So. Amazingly. Beautiful. If you play Fantasy, you owe it to yourself to take a look at these models for your lords or heroes; they have at least one model for virtually every faction and they are all gorgeous..
http://www.back2base-ix.com/index.php/ They have a decent range of resin bases, although nothing that blew me away, but they are at least alternatives to some of the others out there. They also sell a variety of other craft supplies, including plasticard, movement trays, basing supplies, and even GW/FW product.
http://members.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewUserPage&userid=the_bannerman Bannerman's eBay store for cloth printed banners and pennants.
http://www.basecrafts.com/index.php?route=common/home Basing kits and weathering powders.
http://stores.ebay.com/Battlefield-Architect?_rdc=1 Battlefield Architect terrain for many gaming systems.
http://bitspudlo.com/products bitz and kits for missing models in the GW line, including Necron Triarch Stalker.
http://blackcatbases.com/ Despite the name they sell more than just bases, although they certainly have a good selection of those; they also do heads, conversion bitz, and especially accessories for figures, like weapons, tools, backpacks, etc.
http://cart.blackorc.com/Blackorc miniatures, a wide variety of scifi, zombie and fantasy miniatures to choose from.
http://www.blackscorpionminiatures.com/index.php  Random minis, ton of pirates.
http://blightwheelminiatures.vendder.com/Adeptus Mechanicus style figures and conversion bitz.
http://www.brother-vinni.com/index_eng.htmHistorical, Steampunk, Post-Apocalyptic miniatures, with a section of women warriors using the power of bulletproof nudity...
http://chapterhousestudios.com/webshop/ Custom Sculpts and Bits for 40K and Fantasy.
http://www.comfychairgames.com/catalog.php Mostly a Horror-based Necromunda, but the W.i.l.d.fire robot spider is kewl
http://www.copplestonecastings.co.uk/range.php?range=FW From Gang Warfare to Terrain and historicals. You have to click each link to see the miniantures, though.
http://www.corseceng.com/online-store/ Acrylic flying stands and gaming templates for Battlefleet Gothic-style games.
http://custom-minis.blogspot.com/Bits and shoulderpads off of a 3D printer. Looks like he's testing printing up unique models as well.
http://www.darkswordminiatures.com/ Miniatures from George R. R. Martin's Song of Fire and Ice, There's plenty of interesting stuff in here, although most of it doesn't quite fit the Warhammer "Heroic Scale" aesthetic.
http://dragonforge.com More useful for the micro chain and ready to use power cables than anything else, lots of custom base sets though.
http://shop.eastridingminiatures.co.uk/index.asp Models in 15mm 25mm and other scales, post apocalyptic, fantasy and WWII miniatures.
http://www.ebobminiatures.com/products/tools.htm  Tools, armatures, sculpting media
http://www.ema-models.co.uk/Architectural and Hobby model parts and supplies, including DC motors and gearboxes
http://www.em4miniatures.com/acatalog/index.html Not a huge line of stuff and only tiny, tiny pictures available, but their range of metals seems to have some interesting options.
http://www.empressminiatures.com Some historical and modern figures, very realistic.
http://www.eurekamin.com.au/  They make all kinds of miniatures, including Nazi's riding dinosaurs.
http://www.evergreenscalemodels.com/ Do you need plasticard in odd shapes or sizes, or want something patterned, or otherwise odd? This may be the place for you.
http://www.evilmushroomgames.com/new_page_2.htm Not a huge selection, but some pretty okay bases and a number of interesting terrain pieces.
http://www.ex-illis.com/ Angels and Demons take sides in historical medieval Europe.
http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/index.aspFantasy Flight Games, where you can find Anima Tactics, AT-43, Confrontation, and Wings of War miniatures in their store.
http://www.ff-fields.com/ Many custom Blood Bowl pitches in heavy cardstock or rollable fabric.
http://www.figurines-studio38.com/default.html Tyranid Spore Pod and their own ranges of figures.
http://www.forgecraftgames.com/catalog/index.php Perhaps a little smaller than some of the other base manufacturers, but they have a good selection and all of the casts are excellent, both for wargaming and for tabletop minis.
http://myworld.ebay.com/foundrygaming/ A game store that is selling terrain they make.
http://www.gamezoneminiatures.de/ A wide range of our 1/5 inch (28 mm) fantasy miniatures.
http://gdesignsinc.com/ Laser cut plastic templates and gaming aids, plus terrain.
http://www.geniusfactorygames.com/ Plastic templates for helping out Necron forces, in green and blue.
http://www.gf9.com/ Gale Force 9, from plastic templates for multiple games, to conversion plastic. to Battlefield in a Box, what's not to love?
http://www.greenstuffindustries.blogspot.com/ A mould for making ridged tubing/tentacles, very Cthulhu-esque.
http://www.grindhousegames.com/ On the one side, we have a weird-WW2 thing with gas-masked allies fighting German monstrosities. On the other side of the site, we have weird robots.
http://www.groundzerogames.net/ I have some of their models, but their online store is hampered by an extreme lack of photos
http://www.hfminis.co.uk/index.php  Great detailed Fantasy, Sci-Fi, and Modern miniatures.
http://www.heavy-support.com/ Heavy Support - Not much here, just an alternate Leman Russ/Chimera
http://www.helldorado.fr/figurines/index.php A French game, but available through some US (and potentially other?) retailers. They have an absolutely gonzo line of models, with everything from Chinese hell-demons to abominations of the pit to Arabic summoners to Victorian mercenaries. No idea how they're scaled, but some very pretty stuff.
http://www.heresyminiatures.com/ For when you need a unique looking miniature for your Inquisitor Reitnu.. Hey, is that David Tennant?
http://www.hirstarts.com/ Molds for fantasy architecture, castles, ruins, etc.
http://hitechminiatures.com/# Some could-be Grey Knights and Dreadknight here.
http://www.hlj.com/index.html A lot of mecha and tank parts that are of use to a creative IG or Ork player, so maybe search around a bit.
http://www.hotzmats.com/Painted felt mats for gaming surfaces, with hex grid option.
http://www.hydraminiatures.com/index.shtml Buck Rogers-y looking scifi and a line of prehistoric monsters.
http://impactminiatures.com/ Many Blood Bowl-like miniatures and a stand alone game, plus a a rock band of Orcs.
http://www.infinitythegame.com/infinity_ENG/ A standalone futuristic game akin to Necromunda, the models are pretty nice looking but not much cheaper than their 40K equivalents, which has kept me out of the game so far.
http://www.ironcladminiatures.co.uk/ Victorian Steam Tanks, scenery, and models in 10 mm to 28mm scale.
http://www.irondogstudios.com/store.html Some Orky bits and resin bases from the guy who built the Tater Titan
http://www.ironhalo.net/store/catalog/ Another resin base retailer, they do some interesting lines and actually have a quite large selection of stuff. They have a lot of more unusual base sizes including those for Fantasy, War Machine, cavalry, etc.
http://www.jrminiatures.net/ Buildings and terrain in many different scales.
http://www.kabukimodels.com/ Resin and metal alternate Marine character models and bits, some larger scale models too.
http://keeblerstudios.com/ Candemonium terrain incorporating your empty soda cans, silicone molds for resin casting terrain and GEARS!!!
http://www.zinnfiguren-martin-hille.de/index.php Kellerkind Minatures: A German site with historical, steampunk IG, and larger scale figures.
http://www.kerrandking.co.uk/ A nice-looking site in a lot of ways, but awkward to browse through. Still, it's not completely awful and the bases all look rather nice, including a few more unusual types.
http://kingdomdeath.com/Pin-up adventure babes and some disturbing horror pieces.
http://demoslasercutdesigns.blogspot.com/ Laser Cut buildings and terrain
http://www.lead-adventure.com/Some Steampunk and Post-Apocalyptic figures plus heads with tophats.
http://www.lostclan.net/Lostclan/Home.html Home of the infamous Female Cadians, and also a bionics upgrade sprue.
http://www.manticgames.com/ An excellent manufacturer who is not only creeping in on GW's territory but also putting out a game of their own, heavily modeled on WFB. Their undead, elf, and dwarf kits are all very strong and have a decent variety of pieces, poses, etc, not to mention worlds cheaper than GW's kits.
http://shop.masq-mini.de/ Masquerade Miniatures, notable for horror gaming figures and a 'Giant Riding Wolfpack' not-Thunderwolf Cavalry.
http://www.maxmini.eu/store/ A nice little company with a quickly expanding line of conversion bitz as well as a few useful figures; their Thunderwolf is not completely awful, but there's probably better options. They do have a nice IG-scaled bike, though. Their conversion parts are the real treasure, though- they have an extensive line of awesome Ork parts (heads, bodies, bionics, etc) as well as a variety of other weapons, shields, and various upgrade parts.
http://www.shop.microartstudio.com/index.php  Mostly known for their "mechanicus" guard and some cool heads.
http://micropanzer.com/lots of walker-tanks and sentinel/Tau suit variants in the vehicles, but keep in mind most of the infantry are 15mm, but some are 32mm, suitable fore 40K, etc.
http://www.miniaturescenery.com/  They make hardboard "punch out" scenery. Nax got me onto them recently.
http://www.mrdandy.com/wargamma/ Thunderwolves, bases, etc.
http://mythicast.com/More Thunderwolves and even Cyberwolves for your Iron Priest
http://www.oldcrowmodels.co.uk/ Manufacturer of near-future/sci-fi models, with a strong emphasis on vehicles, spacecraft, and field works (turrets, walls, scenery, etc).
http://www.otherworld.me.uk/ More Dire Wolves of rideable size, but think D&D art inspired.
http://www.paulsongames.com/resin.html Another small manufacturer, but does a nice little line of conversion bits.
http://www.pegasushobbies.com/gm_main.htm A wide selection of terrain and prepainted miniatures.
http://www.perry-miniatures.com/index2.html A nice historical wargaming company that produces large boxes of figures for fairly cheap; they're mostly useful to Guard players as stand-ins, but be aware of the usual differences in scale between 28mm and heroic.
http://www.pig-iron-productions.com/ Ah, Pig Iron, beloved of Guard players everywhere. Not only do they have their own line of figures, the heads (and much of the other gear) are perfectly fitted for IG models.
http://www.plastruct.com/Pages/USDealers.html A very nice plasticard company that apparently supplies a rather large percentage of the US, as well as one of the companies I've dealt with personally. They have a PDF catalog with approximately one million different types of plastic in it; if you're willing to dig, chances are you can find what you want. Of note is their fluorescent acrylic rods, which are perfect for Necrons should you, for some reason, decide to hate yourself.
http://privateerpress.com/ Obviously also their own game, but several of the Cryx (Warmachine) miniatures could make good stand-ins for Dark Eldar units and Legion of Everblight (Hordes) provides some interesting possibilities for Tyranid players.
url]http://proxiemodels.com/basesonly.aspx[/url] Custom bases for your models.
http://pulp-city.com/index.html Pulp superheroes miniatures. Either you'll be super-excited that these exist and you can buy them or you won't care because they aren't what you need.
http://www.pulpfigures.com/ Just what it says. Nefarious Chinamen! Doofish henchmen! Dashing adventurers! Probably not appropriate for 40K or Fantasy! But still cool!
http://puppetswar.com/Bases, weapons, miniatures and conversion sets for 40K, incling Twin-linked Autocannon arms and viariant Dreadntought arms.
http://www.quantumgothic.co.uk/  A lot of neat scifi terrain.
http://www.rackham-e.com/en Makers of several miniatures games including AT-43, a prepainted future game with military gorillas. Let me repeat that: armed gorillas in space are a real thing in this game. If that isn't enough reason for you to be curious, I hate you. Some of their mecha have been converted with reasonable success into Killa Kanz by a number of folks.
http://www.ragingheroes.com/28mm and 54mm versions of Dark Eldar-ish and Female Commissar character models, nicely detailed with options.
http://www.ramshacklegames.co.uk/nuclear/index.html  Fulfilling that Post-Nuclear/Necromunda/Orky Bitz. Look at their 'Tridlins' for vehicle bitz
http://www.reapermini.com/ If you have ever wanted a figure for your D&D character or fancy monster the PCs are facing, this is the site for you. They have an absolutely enormous range of tagged, searchable models of all manner of heroes and horrors. Their modern and sci-fi lines are much more limited, but there are still possibilities in here. (The Darkspawn in particular could easily be some kind of alien or Tyranid beasties.)
http://www.resinfx.com/ Very detailed resin bases of various kinds, many of them fairly unique. Lots of "scenery" bases that aren't just some bumps on a standard 25mm/40mm circle, so if you're looking for something damn fancy, this may be the place. A little more pricey than most as a consequence, though.
Robogear Model kits - Want some cheap plastic toys to chop up for your conversions? Here's the place.
http://www.iconusa4.com/online/Robog...dels_index.htm
http://www.sarissa-precision.co.uk/ Laser cut terrain for Sci-Fi, Old West, Modern, and WWII games.
http://www.sciborminiatures.com/ Can't say for sure, but the pics of the sculpts look amazing. Various minis and parts, very obviously 40K/Fantasy-themed ("celtic space warrior," hrmmmm?) including lots of alternate heads, shields, and breastplates. Also squats.
http://www.secretweaponminiatures.com/ Mostly just bases, but a few conversion bitz mixed in (backpacks, helmets, Extra Armor). None of them are ground-breaking surprises, but if you have a specific look in mind for your army you'll probably appreciate another option.
http://www.shadowforge.com.au/ Have I done any Australian companies yet? Here's one with anime-styled figures.
http://www.shapeways.com/shops/customminis 3D printed miniature bitz and accessories
http://www.shapeways.com/model/323875/mk3-dual-gyrojet-1-x5.html Another Shapeways bitz maker with 40K in mind.
http://www.smog1888.com/ You know how some games have crazy character models? Smog has a flying doctor with robo-arms and a smoke-belching stove-top hat, oh yeah. I know absolutely nothing of the game, but the models are perhaps the best thing in the whole world.
http://southpawart.bigcartel.com/ Acrylic templates and game aids, plus a source for small, medium and large acrylic gears.
http://starshipmodeler.biz/shop/index.cfm/category/93/lighting.cfm LED lighting kits for vehicle conversions.
http://www.studiomcvey.com/ A small selection of extremely well-sculpted minis, although they're generally just a bit too large to use in 40K. Pretty, though.
http://www.studiominiatures.com/Zombies, WWII Zombies, 90mm zombies, and survivors of the zombie apocalyse.
http://www.taban-miniatures.com/ Another of the shops I haven't really browsed in extensive depth, they produce a stand-alone game with a vague gladiatorial combat theme.
http://www.tabletop-art.de/More bits, bases and variant figures for Marine Character models.
http://www.tabletop-world.com/index.php Fantasy buildings and accessories
http://www.tectoniccraftstudios.com/index.php Laser cut fantasy and sci-fi terrain, tokens, transport board, etc.
http://www.tengumodels.co.uk/index.htm Grey Aliens, Zombies, and Cthuluhu, oh my...
http://terranscapes.com/index.php A small company making very realistic gaming terrain.
http://www.theterrainguy.com/ Just what you'd expect from the website name, it's terrain.
https://www.thunderboltmountain.com  Mostly fantasy, but I bought some wolves from them.
http://www.threestagestudios.blogspot.com/ True scale pre-Heresy Terminators and Ad Mech styled miniatures.
http://www.tichytraingroup.com/index.php Pre-made RIVETS! Click the 'NBW & Rivets' link.
http://www.tobsen77.de/index.php?lan=en Vehicles that would look good in an Ork army, or a wooden Steam Tank
http://www.toysoldiersdepot.com/ Cheap plastic off-scale models which could be used for 40K, or as terrain/wrecks/etc.
http://trollforged.com/index.html Another company I can personally vouch for being pretty excellent. Resin casts of several useful styles of models- Daemons, beasts, definitely-not-Tyranids, and best of all, Guardsmen with greatcoats!
http://www.ultraforgeminiatures.com/ If you aren't going to Avatars of War for your Fantasy needs, you damn well better be going here. Ultraforge specializes in huge, detailed models of monsters like dragons, greater daemons, and the like, and their work is second to none. They also enjoy cult popularity as the makers of an excellent set of wings that can be added to models that are in need of flight, not the least of the Hive Tyrants and Harpies.
http://www.urbanmammoth.co.uk/ I have some of their older models for my Necromunda gangs
http://www.victorialamb.com/store.html IG Conversion bitz from the sculptor who did those 'Spanish Inquisition' Monty Python models.
http://www.victoryforce.com/  They have a 'Gamer Rules Lawyer' figure, and WWII re-enactors
http://www.voodooworx.co.uk/index.htm Custom resin bases
http://www.war-zone.com/ Gaming terrain and portable folding boards.
http://shop.warlordgames.co.uk/ Not sure if these are the same guys as Wargames Factory, but if you want to 40K-ify some historical plastics.
http://www.warmill.co.uk/storepage814911.aspx Custom clear bases, MDF terrain kits and bitz.
http://www.wargamesfactory.com/webstore Makers of a variety of plastic kits, all of them competitively-priced compared to the alternatives. Foremost on the list would probably be their zombie and shock trooper kits, but they also have a variety of historical minis that could be integrated into a thematic force of some kind.
http://www.wargamesfoundry.com/asp/nocookie.asp Lots of miniatures, but not to scale with 40K. Diverse selection, though.
http://www.warploqueminiatures.co.uk/Fantasy miniatures
http://www.westwindproductions.co.uk/  These guys have alternate-future WWII scifi stuff. Some cool mech thingies and neat troops.
http://www.wholesale-miracle-beads.com/25mm-round-flat-back-clear-crystal-glass-cabochon-top-quality Clear glass bases for your miniatures.
http://willy-miniatures.blogspot.com/ Fantasy Football alternate models. Some of the Undead team would look great in a Zombie Apocalypse type game.
http://blog.winterdyne.co.uk/ Commission modelling and painting, with a Spartan bitz set for Blood Angels.
http://wyrd-games.net/shop/home.php Makers of Malifaux, a very cool-looking game that I unfortunately can't really afford to get into right now. But, like Hell Dorado, they have an awesome line of minis with a style all their own, slightly steampunk with a fantastic twist and some of the dark sensibilities that infuse GW's games.
http://www.zealotminiatures.co.uk Resin miniatures and bitz, female tau heads, Space Marine scaled Guitars and bionics, etc.
http://www.zinnfiguren-martin-hille.de/index.php A German site with historical, steampunk IG, and larger scale figures.
http://www.zombiesmith.com/ Zombies, survivors, and a tutorial video on "how I cast miniatures".
http://www.zuzzy.com/ Scenery pieces and tabletops almost exclusively- and pretty nice ones, at that. If green felt isn't your thing, give this a look and see if you can't go for something more exotic; I'm told they are rather durable and quite worth the price.

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I completely stole this, but you guys can sift through all this to find what you might want. I know we all want to make something unique to our personalities, so good luck with this.

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Post  Man-of-War on Wed Apr 25, 2012 8:00 pm

Kinda saw that coming. You've been going zerker crazy lately with world eaters. Why don't you get world eater forgeworld doors to go with angron and them as well.
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Post  The Emperor Waffle on Wed Apr 25, 2012 8:57 pm

Because they aren't "Khorne" Berzerkers. They are "Imperial" Berzerkers that turned away from chaos and chose to slaughter the enemies of the Emperor and offer their blood and skulls to him. Very Happy

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Post  fulange on Thu Apr 26, 2012 2:49 pm

sooo many links! I had to stop looking at them all! Must go back later!
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