Thursday, 20 August 2015

Bombshell Miniatures Babes Tetsu Ko review

As you all know I have been lucky enough to take a look at the Bombshell Babes range from Bombshell Miniatures.  And I am loving them!

Bombshell Miniatures was formed in 2012 to offer a dedicated range of unique character models suitable for use in many tabletop and roleplaying games as well as for collecting and painting. Thanks to several successful Kickstarter projects and many loyal backers, Bombshell Miniatures has expanded to offer new and exciting concepts in tabletop battle games, and looks to promote the hobby aspect of gaming as well as expand into publishing other game formats in the future.

Bombshell have a growing range, and the minis can be used in all sorts of game systems.  They are 32mm metal models, though would fit in with some of the 28mm heroic scale miniatures.  They are all highly detailed, and beautifully sculpted so lets take a look at Tetsu Ko.
 Lets take a better look at her.



 This model comes in a few parts, the main body, and the arms, one holding the Katana, and the other the Naginata
 The level of detail on this model is stunning, the armour is full of details, so with a good paint job she look supurb
 This will be a great model for any samurai period gaming, or pulp gaming.
As you can see even In multiple parts the level of flash is minimal.
 As you can see with the right paint job she is a phenomenal model, and a great centrepiece.
to get yours go take a look at Bombshell Miniatures