New Greatcoat 3D Prints Arrive!!

Ok guys, as promised, here's some pictures of the 3D print I received a few days ago.  I've taken the liberty of standing it next to some other fairly common figures for the sake of comparison.  I think some of the shortcomings are more obvious than others but feel free to offer up whatever feedback you may have. 

First up is a shot of the individual pieces...

Next up is a group shot of various figures for comparison...

Finally we have a tighter shot of some standard troopers...

Thanks for checking this out and offering up your ideas and suggestions.  A happy and safe new years to all!



Mad Robot Gets Best New Line!

I am very happy to announce that Mad Robot Miniatures was voted "Best New Miniatures Line of 2011" by Diehard GameFAN.  It serves to remind us of our commitment to give you guys the best possible figures we can.  Check out the awards here:

Our award is about half way down the page.



28mm Greatcoat Update

Figured it was time to get some proper feedback from you guys.

What we have below are some new renders of our Greatcoat Troops.  As usual, please consider these WIP.  They are off to the printers and I hope to have something in hand just before Christmas.

Feel free to leave constructive feedback and suggestions.


The Harook Are Back!!

Just got a restock on the Harook Infantry.  Get 'em while they're hot!



Thanks To All!

My thanks to everyone who has supported Mad Robot.  The Harook launch was a huge success and another batch are on their way from the caster.

I've also heard from Pedro Navaro and he's beginning work on some more Harook goodness this week.  Look for some additional releases sometime in January.



The Harook Are Loose!!!

We're happy to announce the official release of our second 15mm line...The Harook!

Very little is understood about the Harook; they are unpredictable and have an unknown agenda. Although they have an affinity to other avian species of alien life, it would appear that they have disdain for all others, especially humanity. Their speech patterns, consisting of a complex series of squawks and screeches, do not seem to live up to the advanced technology they bear on the battlefield. This leads some to believe that an advanced, as of yet unknown, intelligence directs them.

These avian aliens come with 10 unique poses to a pack and stand slightly taller than the average human.

The models were sculpted by Pedro Navaro and painted by Spacejacker.

Check 'em out HERE.

Here's a pant-load of pictures for you friends of the blog...

Thanks a bunch for the support all of you have given so far!


Eli Arndt Interview

Our own Eli Arndt was interviewed by "Orcs In The Webbe".  Eli shares his thoughts on sculpting, he's actually pretty good at it.  Check it out...