Links: Commercial Miniatures & Terrain

INDEX: Miniatures & Rules Companies. Scenery & Misc. Companies.

Miniatures & Rules Companies:

(in alphabetical order)

  • The Universal Currency Converter – essential for overseas ordering.
  • Alternative Armies produce 28mm & 15mm SF & fantasy figures, including the fantasy-Napoleonic “Flintloque” rules. Too bad their website is so badly organized…
  • Battlestations have a spaceship-based RPG/boardgame & are promising 15mm SF figures of the aliens in their universe. There’s a shortage of 15mm aliens out there!
  • Black Hat Miniatures are a UK firm sculpting 15mm/18mm miniatures, starting with Victorian SF Martians.
  • Blood Dawn Miniatures are now producing Reaper’s former “heroic 15mm” fantasy line – big figures, more like the emerging “18mm” stuff.
  • Dark Realm Miniatures make 6mm SF vehicles & terrain, human & alien, that looks good.
  • Denizen are a UK based company that make some very nice 25mm miniatures in SF and fantasy.
  • Discount Hobby are an online retailer, mostly of 25/28mm fantasy.
  • DLD Productions make spectacular resin space stations, and SF vehicles in both 25mm & 15mm.
  • Dragon’s Horde produce 15mm & 28mm modern, SF & fantasy, including the 15mm SF formerly produced by MJ Miniatures.
  • Dream Pod 9 are the Canadian company that makes Heavy Gear, Jovian Chronicles and very nice miniatures for those games.
  • Ebbles Miniatures make downloadable card SF vehicles & scenery; they have some free samples available.
  • EM-4 Miniatures make 25/28mm fantasy and SF figures in metal and plastic.
  • Essex Miniautures are a UK firm who produce mainly 15mm figures for nearly any historical period.
  • Eureka Miniatures are the Australian agents for GZG and a number of other miniatures firms.
  • Evil Gong Miniatures make a variety of unique 15mm fantasy figures – squidmen, elephantmen and giant-chicken cavalry, amongst other things.
  • Fantastic Games is a Seattle-based store that does online & phone orders.
  • Fantasy Flight Games make boardgames, including a strategic-level fantasy game that looks interesting.
  • FASA appear to be dead. RIP.
  • 15mm.co.uk sell Laserburn & Tabletop 15mm SF, among other things.
  • The Figure Trader make 28mm terrain & figures, mostly SF & fantasy.
  • Flagship Games make a 3d starship game (with miniatures) and several 25mm historical ranges as well as rules.
  • Force XXI make 15mm SF vehicles & troops, starships, and some 20mm stuff.
  • Fortress Figures make spaceship miniatures and other types.
  • FreiKorp are now run by LKM. Their large 15mm line is all still intact & in production, apparently.
  • GHQ Models make beautifully detailed historical microarmour (1/300 aka 6mm).
  • Kremlin Miniatures make 15mm SF & historicals.
  • Lancashire Games make 15mm, 20mm & 25mm figures, and stock a variety of other people’s items.
  • Lance & Laser Models make a variety of SF & fantasy 25mm figures.
  • Laserburn are sold by 15mm.co.uk
  • The Last Square is a US retailer of miniatures & militaria – lots of naval minis.
  • Liberation Miniatures have 20mm figures for all sorts of neglected conflicts of the 20th Century – post-colonial Africa & Asia; the smaller Middle Eastern wars, and many others. Too bad it’s 20mm; it’s still nice to see these eras & places covered.
  • LKM have large ranges of historical, SF & fantasy 15mm figures. LKM now owns FreiKorp & Quick Reaction Force.
  • The London War Room sell 15-25mm historical, fantasy & VSF figures and other items.
  • Majestic Twelve Games make a series of science fiction & fantasy games, both miniature- and board-based.
  • Military Miniatures USA make a large range of 15mm WW2 miniatures and accessories.
  • Miniature Figurines (Minifigs UK) make 12mm, 15mm & 25mm historical & fantasy figures.
  • MiniFigs USA are the American branch of Miniature Figurines above, and have a much more complete site right now!
  • Mini War Gaming are mostly a GW reseller, but have enough other stuff to warrent inclusion here, including some interesting scratchbuilding supplies.
  • Mithril Miniatures make the official Lord of the Rings 25mm miniatures – some lovely work.
  • MJ Figures are now owned by Dragon’s Horde, who make 15mm SF miniatures, including ‘Dune’ style desert troops (not-Fremen) and some modern 15mm figures.
  • Monday Knight Productions have taken over some of GeoHex’s old scenery, as well as producing their own 25mm historicals & 6mm SF figures.
  • Museum Miniatures makes 15mm historical figures from a wide range of eras. Decent website, and pretty good figures, from reports.
  • Musket Minatures make historical figures & buildings in multiple scales from 6mm to 25mm.
  • Navigator Miniatures make 25/28mm & 15mm ancients figures, and are the new owners of Chariot Miniatures.
  • Nexus Games make scifi miniatures of various types.
  • Noble Miniatures make or stock 15mm fantasy & historical figures, 1/285 microarmour, and naval minatures in smaller scales.
  • Old Crow Models make very unique 25mm, 15mm & 6mm science fiction miniatures, mostly vehicles, including 6mm SF naval minatures. They’ve also just bought out Ainsty.
  • Old Glory Miniatures make 25mm & some 15mm figures, mostly historicals with some fantasy – cool vampire figures, for instance!
  • Changed! Outland Games are the North American supplier of FreiKorps and other miniatures.
  • Pendraken Miniatures make 10mm fantasy, science fiction & historical miniatures.
  • Peter Pig make 15mm figures in various ranges – historicals, moderns, fantasy and science fiction.
  • Pig Iron Productions make generic 28mm SF vehicles & figures.
  • Piquet is an interesting-sounding universal miniatures rules system that I’m going to check out soon.
  • Quality Castings make 15mm historicals, mostly of 20th Century subjects. [Dead Link?]
  • Quantum Miniatures Ltd are a UK company, starting to make some nice-looking 1/300 starfighters. [Dead Link?]
  • The QuarterMaster is the North American outlet for Falcon and a number of other miniatures lines.
  • RAFM make a variety of 25mm fantasy and historical miniatures.
  • Raven’s Forge Miniatures make interesting looking 25mm fantasy figures – Egyptian Dwarves, anyone?
  • Reaper Miniatures make the CAV SF miniautures & 28mm fantasy figs, among other things.
  • Rebel Miniatures make 15mm modern figures, mostly Special Forces & SWAT teams.
  • Regal Miniatures are a US gaming store. Among other items, they have the Hallmark Figures range. [Dead Link?]
  • Reviresco Scale Models & Military Miniatures – various historical and science fiction miniatures, mostly in 25mm and 6mm.
  • RLBPSB sell a variety of 15mm & 20mm items, from a number of companies.
  • Saber’s Edge Hobbies & Games is a Canadian mail order firm, with great customer service and a good selection of miniatures.
  • Sentry Box bill themselves as “Canada’s Largest Adventure Gaming and
    Science Fiction & Fantasy Book Store”; they carry a wide selection of miniature & RPG books & supplies.
  • Scheltrum Miniatures make 25mm historical, fantasy and science fiction figures.
  • ShadowForge is an Australian miniatures company, starting to make 25/28mm figures – all female, it seems.
  • Silver Eagle Wargaming Supply are the North American distributors of Irregular, Tin Soldier, and a host of other miniature companies.
  • Simtac were the North American distributors of Scotia MicroModels (1/300 SF and more) and the Jacobite lines (15mm fantasy and other 15mm). They are now out of business.
  • Spirit Games is a UK store with a good selection of SF miniatures, mostly 25mm, and lots of other gaming products.
  • Splintered Light Miniatures produce a growing range of 15mm fantasy figures, with some original ideas like cat-men.
  • Stan Johansen Miniatures have a nice-looking range of 15mm science fiction miniatures, as well as a number of other interesting ranges.
  • Starquest Command make 6mm scenery and a few vehicles, mostly large dropships. They also produce other companies items under license.
  • Stone Mountain Miniatures sell the Adler Dark Star 1/300 SF line, Denizen 25mm SF, and loads of other miniatures.
  • Stronghold Minatures produce and stock a variety of historical & SF figures & scenery items, mostly in 15mm but including other scales.
  • TableTop Minis make 15mm SF & other things, and are sold by 15mm.co.uk
  • Thane’s Games sells 15mm fantasy figures by several companies, and their own rulesets, including ‘Armies of Arcana’.
  • The Travelling Mage is a US online gaming store; stocking a variety of miniatures and related items, and with a decent links list. [Dead Link?]
  • Too Fat Lardies are a UK based wargaming rules outfit; they currently have Napoleonic, WW2 & several other rulesets.

  • True North Productions
    is another Canadian gaming store. They sell a large selection of miniatures and gaming items, mostly Napoleonic and WW2.
  • Valiant Enterprises make SF starships and various historical miniatures.
  • Wargames Foundry make 28mm figures covering nearly every genre you can think of.
  • Warrior Miniatures make 15mm fantasy and historical figures, and other miniatures.
  • Warweb.Com sell miniatures, accessories and books online.
  • Wessex Games make a number of interesting rulesets, including ‘Aeronef’, ‘Hellfire’ and ‘Panzerfauste’ – worth checking out.
  • Xtreme Hobby make Cold Navy, a line of miniature starships suitable for any space game system.

Gaming Sites: Scenery, Accessories & Misc:

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  • Ainsty make nice looking resin scenery for SF & fantasy – it’s 25mm but could easily be usable for 15mm. They also have a small 1/300 SF line. They’ve been bought up by Old Crow Models.
  • Baueda make resin scenery, mostly ancient/medieval tents & such, mainly in 15mm but some larger scale items too.
  • Bob’s Bits do scenery for wargaming, in many scales. Interesting cardstock scenery.
  • Conflict In Colour are a painting service for anything from 6mm up to 28mm+. Check their Gallery for some great painting & scenery inspiration.
  • Decals Express make some nice looking small decals, mostly for science fiction miniatures.
  • Dwarven Forge make 25/28mm SF & fantasy indoor scenery. Nice prepainted stuff, but pricey!!
  • Ebbles Miniatures make downloadable card SF buildings, scenery & vehicles; they have some free samples available.
  • The Figure Trader makes resin SF scenery, including flooring, walls and detail pieces.
  • Hirst Arts Fantasy Architecture make RTV rubber molds, for you to cast & build your own buildings. Great photos.
  • Hovels, Ltd make buildings and scenery in a variety of scales.
  • Iron Mammoth – a small range of 25mm prehistoric animals, and other misc. items.
  • JR MIniatures make a variety of SF & historical scenery in 15mm and other smaller scales down to 1/300. Changed!
  • Leva Productions are a Canadian company who make scenery items in 15mm & 1/285th scale – very nice stuff.
  • L’Instant Durable is a French company that makes cardstock buildings – they’re not designed as wargames scenery, but they look very cool!
  • Microtactix have inexpensive cardstock buildings, and other things.
  • The Miniature Building Authority make very nice looking (but not cheap!) 28mm historical/fantasy buildings.
  • Monolith Designs make buildings in a wide variety of scales.
  • PaperTerrain.com does some very cool historical paper buildings in various scales – many of them have a ‘destroyed’ version that slips inside the ‘intact’ paper model, which is neat.
  • Renaissance Ink make scenery and a wide range of accessories for gaming.
  • Sci-Fi Supply make vac-formed scenery pieces that look very interesting.
  • Steve Barber Models have an interesting range of scenery & ‘bits’, in a number of scales.
  • TimeCast make nice looking buildings, mostly historical/modern but some SF, in 6mm, 10mm & 15mm.
  • Toledo Terrain has some interesting items, photos and a custom-terrain service. [Dead Link?]
  • Toxic Bag Productions produce a range of gaming and RPG supplies, including ‘soundtracks’ that sound interesting.
  • Wargames Express make a small but useful line of decals, with more promised.
  • War Zone Scenery is very nice looking, and they have some interesting details.
  • Wizard Kraft make scenery, mostly out of very tough, flexible cast rubber. [Dead Link?]

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