Wednesday, 29 July 2009

Nurgle Prince on Micro Art Bases - Review


I recently bought some Micro Art Studio bases from All Sorts Emporium. I wanted something swampy and gurgly and Micro Art was the only manufacturer that I could find.

http://www.shop.microartstudio.com/swamp-bases-c-3_49.html

The quality is superb and there is an amazing range. The only feature that I have added to these are the two heads.

The only problem is that they are not cheap - about E1 per 25mm base and E5 for the 50mm base under the Daemon Prince. That is a bit too steep for me, I am afraid, for all but special models - as it works out at about £8.50 of our debased Pounds for a ten man squad.

Still, if you have the cash to flash, I recommend them.

John

7 comments:

  1. Nice merging of new and old. I can only claim to have one of the old Plague Bearers (2nd from right). It all fits together well! Great job.

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  2. I really like the bright color scheme on your Nurgle Models. I just love the Nurgle Daemon prince model too. I have yet to pick one up and this just makes me want one even more.

    I agree on the bases, there are cheaper companies out there that are offering up some really slick bases. I have had really good luck with IronHalo and DragonForge.

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  3. Dear Cyborg,
    Most of my Nurgle stuff is pretty old but I like them. I also have some new stuff. When I have finished rebasing and theming them into a single army, I will put up a pic of the minions of the Lord of Swineflu.
    John

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  4. Dear Big D
    Yes, I would use those companies if I was 'o'er the water'. It is hardly worth paying airmail for resin.
    I tend to react to bright colours (colour-blind) so I use them if I can.
    John

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  5. The new ones are nice but the old bearers are my favorite too. Lots of character in them! I start playing back in the RT days(man I feel old) so the early stuff is where my fondest figures come from.

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