New Finecast models available for pre-order from Games Workshop

By Polar_Bear
In 40K
Jul 15th, 2012

Games Workshop has started taking pre-orders for their next round of Finecast releases. Yes, some of these models are old (some are really old) but they’re now available as resin, instead of plastic or pewter.

From the announcement:

This weekend there are even more highly detailed Citadel Finecast miniatures available for you to Advance Order – in fact, we’ve almost 50 new additions to our range of premium quality resin.

Necrons receive two new special characters, Orikan the Diviner and Anrakyr the Traveller. The Tau Empire receives plenty of reinforcements, everything from Aun’Va, Master of the Undying Spirit to Pathfinders. Orks, never ones to miss out on the fun, now have even more models, from Mad Dok Grotsnik to Ork Kommandos. There are also Grey Knights, Inquisitors, Assassins, as well as the Dark Eldar Beastmaster and his ferocious entourage…

As you can see, there’s a lot now available to advance order, so make sure you head over to to check out the full range.

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  • Sisyphus

    MMmm… I think there comes a time when some … the assassin… need a new model. One would think that before making a new Finecast mold they’d just redo the model first then make the mold.

    • Soulfinger

      The assassin desperately needs a new model. Nearly as bad as the old Nagash.

  • Grindar

    Except Finecast just uses the same molds, just a new material. I’m just glad to see the last couple necron lords actually got made, too used to how they jerk around fantasy players with lords in their book with no model.

  • Absolutionis

    “range of premium quality resin.”

    • Grindar

      I haven’t had the issues that a lot of the internet seems to bellyache about…no melting (and I live in the Memphis area), no bubbles, and they’re some of the easiest minis I’ve ever put together. my biggest problem is small projections snap off a lot easier than they would on pewter.