3D Print The Steampunk Mechanium With Raging Heroes

June 9, 2022 by brennon

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Raging Heroes has been showing off a brand new set of 32mm miniatures for use in your tabletop wargames. The theme this month is Steampunk and you can now 3D Print a whole host of awesome bits and pieces as you dive into Adventures Of The Mechanium.

Professor Chronopheus - Raging Heroes

Professor Chronopheus // Raging Heroes

There are some seriously fascinating miniatures in this month's Heroes Infinite collection that would be good for games that focus both on Fantasy and Sci-Fi. However, these would also work very nicely for your standard Steampunk adventures too. Professor Chronopheus would make a brilliant leader for pretty much any Steampunk-themed army.

If you want to embrace that Steampunk aesthetic even more then you have characters like Amelia Pippins as well!

Amerlia Pippins - Raging Heroes

Amelia Pippins // Raging Heroes

She looks fantastic and it would be fun to see how folks paint up that smoke that sits beneath her. I also want to see what colours folks pick when it comes to painting her. Do you go for bright and vibrant colours that work nicely against the brass and iron? Or, do you do something a little more gritty?

It wouldn't be Steampunk without the chance to add an airship into the mix, would it? Well, if you subscribe over on Heroes Infinite then you could snag yourself this ship!

Steampunk Ship - Raging Heroes

Steampunk Airship // Raging Heroes

If these sneak peeks have caught your attention then you should check out the full list of releases for this month that you can get over on Heroes Infinite right now...

Steampunk Adventures Of The Mechanium - Raging Heroes

Steampunk Adventures Of The Mechanium // Raging Heroes

I'd say this is a pretty different collection from some of their previous releases. It steps away from miniatures that are effectively proxies for other games and shows off some of the unique talents that the sculptors at Raging Heroes have.

I can't wait to see what people do with this collection!

"Do you go for bright and vibrant colours that work nicely against the brass and iron?"

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