Many companies have been making resources for Infinity, but recently there have been a few bits that have really caught my eye!

Warsenal have always produced amazing terrain and markers for Infinity, however as an American company their shipping rates were just too high. However this is no longer an issue, as Wayland Games have added Warsenal products to their range! The Warsenal terrain is still fairly expensive, although it does look to be very high quality. The markers on the other hand look to be very reasonably priced. For instance the Warsenal Infinity Template Pack is only £9.63, compared to the Micro Art Studio Infinity Templates that are £14.15.

Warsenal Camo Markers

Warsenal Camo Markers

Warsenal are also do very cool looking Camo Markers. These are particularly good as they actually represent the height of the camo marker, as opposed to the usual Micro Arts Studio camo markers. The camo markers are fairly universal to all Infinity armies, although they may look slightly out of place if used with the Combined Army or Tohaa.

Warsenal Nanoscreen Markers

Warsenal Nanoscreen Markers

As a Combined Army player, I have to point out the fantastic looking Nanoscreen Markers. These have been recently shown next to the Gwailos. I really like the “glowing” edge effect. Plus they are very well priced!

Combined Army Camo silhouettes

Combined Army Camo silhouettes

This leads me on to the the next Infinity partner, Customeeple. Specialist in bases and tockens for Infinity, Customeeple have some amazing products. I have actually put my money where my mouth is and brought their camo tokens and Nanoscreens and bases.

Much like the Warsenal camo markers, Customeeple camo markers represent the height of the marker, which is a big aid during a game. However where Customeeple’s camo markers exceed (in my opinion) Warsenal’s camo markers is that they better represent the Infinity model, being silhouettes of actual models. This means that the camo markers fit straight into the army that you collect, even using colours associated with that force. As I play Shasvastii sectorial, this is really important for me as my army spends more time as camo markers than actual models!

The only downside is that the markers would look out of place if used for a faction they were not brought for. The only other disadvantage is that some of the markers are crouching (especially the Combined Army markers), which semi-defeats the purpose of using the marker. However this is no more of an issue than the actual models crouching. I plan to put the crouching Combined Army camo markers onto rocks to give the height of a standard model. Personally I prefer the Customeeple camo markers to the Warsenal camo markers, but I think both are really cool and well worth the cost.

Infinity Nano screens

Infinity Nano screens

Customeeple also do Nanoscreens, great for Combined Army players as we have Gwailos with Heavy Rocket Launchers! Customeeple do two different Nanoscreens designs, personally I went for the hexagon design. I must admit that if I had the choice between Warsenal’s and Customeeple’s Nanoscreens (I ordered mine before Wayland Games started to sell Warsenal products), it would have been a really tricky to decide. I prefer the shape of the Customeeple’s Nanoscreens, but the “glowing” edge effect and pre-attached base of the Warsenal’s Nanoscreens is also very cool. To be honest I don’t think you could go wrong with either!

I will have to keep an eye on both of these companies!

 

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