Crossover Miniatures Put Their Zeppelin Up For Sale

August 5, 2020 by avernos

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Crossover Miniatures do a range of 28mm heroes alongside some wonderful MDF kits including a range of Pulp Airships and terrain. A few months ago as a pet project the owner-come-designer decided he needed a zeppelin and oh my god what a kit it is. It's so large I don't think you it could ever be called a miniature.

Zepplin Laquered

Zeppelin // Crossover Miniatures

Checking out the work in progress paint jobs people were rightly interested in seeing if they could get their hands on one of their own. Crossover Miniatures is a part-time job so the chances were slim however, there is now a window of opportunity if people are interested although you'll have to be quick. He's put out a call to check for interest on Facebook .

Zepplin front Section

This thing is a beast, it barely fits on a table, in a lot of cases it would pretty much be the table so I expect it's not for everyone. It would be a perfect base for a convention game or a club, for a superhero or pulp games. the build is magnificent and I feel the urge to paint up some Archer characters and try to stop a bomb from going off on it.

Every angle I see this from is a vision, there's a wealth of detail on this kit and it will make a spectacular centre-piece for any table.

It's great to see these unique visions being put together by designers, but they are often labours of love that never make it to retail, so getting a chance to lay your hands on something like this is a rarity. If it's the type of thing you're interested in definitely get in contact soon because it could be a while before it comes around again.

what games would you play aboard the good ship Heisenberg?

"the build is magnificent and I feel the urge to paint up some Archer characters and try to stop a bomb from going off on it. Every angle I see this from is a vision, there's a wealth of detail on this kit and it will make a spectacular centre-piece for any table."

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