Over 50 new Finecast releases from Games Workshop

By Polar_Bear
In 40K
Sep 9th, 2012

Games Workshop keeps transitioning older models to their Finecast material and here’s over 50 more of them for you.

On Advance Order today is the biggest wave of new Citadel Finecast models since we launched the range of premium quality resin last year. Over 50 new kits are available for you to buy, spanning across all of our systems. Among the many Warhammer 40,000 releases, the Blood Angels receive additions that include The Sanguinor, Mephiston, and Captain Tycho. Eldar miniatures include Prince Yriel and Phoenix Lord Asurmen, and there are shoulder pads and weapons for other armies. For Warhammer, the Bretonnians receive plenty of reinforcements including Bretonnian Grail Knights and the incredible Bretonnian Grail Reliquae. Finally, there are loads of new The Lord of the Ring models including Saruman the White, Ringwraiths, and even Hobbits of the Shire.

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  • Repeter

    Lol, I can’t wait to get my hands on these…oh wait, that’s right, I’m not buying anymore Finecrap. Last weekend, I was moving and pulled some unpainted stuff out of storage, including some Necrons I had assembled last year. I’d magnetized the bases and stored them in a metal toolbox. No models were touching each other and I figured they would be fine, despite the warm summer and my gaeroom having no AC.

    Well, let’s see…Almost everything finecast had bent and/or warped. All the normal plastics were in great shape still. Even with using warm water and reshaping them, they are still all wonky.

    How can GW use this stuff while trying to tell the community that the material is top-of-the-line? What a scam–purchase at your own risk. This second-rate material is too brittle, apparently has a low sensitivity to any heat and imo, can’t hold detail for $hi+.

  • keltheos

    Metal toolbox in a warm summer garage = oven.

  • Repeter

    I hear ya, keltheos, but this was in my back gaming room. My friends and I gamed in there all summer, no problem. Also, none of the plastics in the same box were damaged at all. Just sayin.