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  • Mass Effect heads - bits from Admiralty Miniatures

    Hello fellow hobbists. A long time ago I talked swedish sculptor Mathias Rizell into making a set of Mass Effect heads for me.

    I've wanted to build a Mass Effect team since I played the games. After finishing the sculpts (he did them as a favor), Matte decided to have them cast and sell them. Added some extra details to them, easy to remove, to make them 'parody heads'.

    I've just got my set and they are awesome! Started hunting down models to use for a team.

    Shephard - Brother Vinnis
    Legion - Mantic Dreadball Robot
    Wrex - Admiralty head and Mantic Teraton
    Asari - Admiralty head and Gates of Antares model
    Salarian - Admiralty head and mantic judwan.

    Check them out on either his blogshop or the slighty more expensive Etsy. Etsy might be for people wanting a more 'official' shop. But he's an honest bloke, might just drop him a mail.



    *Helping out a dear friend. I have no financial interest of involvement in Admiralty Miniatures.
    Last edited by Bloodbeard; 23-09-2017, 05:32 PM.

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    He (at least I assume it's mr Rizell himself) also sells them through the Swedish Ebay equivalent / Localized sub-Ebay www.tradera.com (username Rizzan_89)

    As well as his previous Chaos dwarf projects.
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      He does. Also have Ebay listings. Getting any kind of sales is hard when you're a little guy on a big market. Also why I share, want him to do well. He deserves it, good models.

      My sci-fi blog: Deadzone project - terrain, painting, converting, scratch building, battle reports. It all goes here!
      Project Exodus: A sci-fi boardgame for teaching 180 students for a week.

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