Steampunk and VSF Figure Companies

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A simple list of links to companies that produce Steampunk miniatures.
Linked, where necessary, directly to the appropriate range!

Black Pyramid Gaming - The Tea Wars and Steam and Steel ranges.

Brigade Games - Various ranges from GASLIGHT to Paroom.

Bronze Age Miniatures - has a range of Sword and Planet miniatures inspired by Barsoom

Empress Miniatures - Historical ranges including the Anglo Zulu Wars and New Zealand Wars and also Mutton Chop Miniatures very characterful range.

Eureka Miniatures - Pax Limpopo (also available from Fighting 15s, in the UK)

Guild of Harmony 

Highlander Studios Inc. - 15mm Space 1889 range.

Hinterland Miniatures  - An interesting range of mainly female figures.

Infamy Miniatures

Ironclad Miniatures -  28mm figures and vehicles.

Lead Adventure Miniatures

Micro Art Studio - Produce the Wolsung Skirmish Game, supporting figures and lovely scenery.

North Star Military Figures - The official range of miniatures for In Her Majesty's Name.

RAFM - Classic 25mm Space 1889 (plus other suitable figures in other ranges).

Ramshackle Games

Reaper Miniatures - Offer a large and eclectic mix of miniatures, a few of which are pure steampunk!

Rebel Minis - A small Steampunk range (and useful Pulp range too).

Red Planet Miniatures - A small but growing range of VSF/Sword and Planet Miniatures.

Scheltrum Miniatures 

Smart Max - 54mm Smog Range

Spartan Games

Tiger Miniatures - A growing range of VSF miniatures

Tin Man Miniatures - features a range of "Lost World" Sword and Planet miniatures

Tobsen Miniaturen - A range of resin vehicle, some with a distinctly steampunk (and Retro Sci-Fi) flavour!

Troublemaker Games - Produce the Timeline 300 10mm Scale Steampunk range

Victoria Miniatures

Wargames Foundry - An extensive range of Colonial miniatures.

West Wind Productions

Warrior Minatures - Distributors of England Invaded and it's range of miniatures...

Wyrd Miniatures

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I will be adding more companies over time!
If you know of more, please let me know and I will add them...

13 comments:

Pat G Says:
18 March 2013 at 09:26

RAFM has the classic 25mm 1889 line as well as two new 28mm steampunk figures. The Riel Rebellion and ACW lines also have useful period pieces and the French Indian wars and Ancients lines older style guns for your aliens and frontier tribesmen.

http://www.rafm.com/

David Drage Says:
18 March 2013 at 09:31

Thanks Pat,

I have added RAFM!

PMMDJ Says:
18 March 2013 at 09:53

As noted in the other thread, Rebel and Highlander both have worthy additions for the 15mm crowd.

Matthew Adlard Says:
19 March 2013 at 12:10

Would recommend you try Wargames Foundry for Victoriana, link is
http://wargamesfoundry.com/historical_ranges/single_packs/victoriana/victoriana/?sector_id=&page=all

Anonymous Says:
5 May 2013 at 16:48

I wonder if you think Hinterland qualifies as a "VSF Company"?

http://hinterlandminiatures.weebly.com/

David Drage Says:
6 May 2013 at 01:51

I'll add Hinterland!

Thanks

Henry Says:
23 May 2013 at 07:37

Thanks - just got INHM from Osprey and this is a great resource!

Anonymous Says:
30 June 2013 at 12:31

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2004599158/meridian-miniatures-steampunk-army?ref=users

phil magolan Says:
13 September 2013 at 17:24

Hi David just a quick question at the top of the page you have a centre photo of a selection of heads who produces these?

I'm very interested in this steampunk business the question is which rules to get. I'm into terrain building myself my weblink www.warterrain.co.uk when i get time i have a little project to put together...

Regards
Phil

David Drage Says:
14 September 2013 at 00:02

Phil the heads are produced Lead Adventures (in Germany).

Anonymous Says:
5 November 2013 at 05:20

Black Pyramid http://www.blackpyramid.co.uk/productview.php?brand=10&range=30 have a decent range in their Tea Wars section

David Drage Says:
5 November 2013 at 05:54

Black Pyramid added, thanks!

AM-Works Says:
6 December 2013 at 09:07

Hi, David.
We also make some steampunk models.
Please contact me through my website (I failed with google+), we're interested in having you reviewing this submarine.
http://www.am-works.com/store/fw001-1144-steampunk-submarine-p-292.html
Thanks

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