Infinity: 360 Model Showcases!

Infinity Screen

Corvus Belli has a TON of new 360 degree videos of their latest miniatures & a few more from Memory Lane – Check these out!

Corvus Belli has been producing a few 360° for their latest Infinity Releases and they really highlight how amazing their models can look. But my personal favorite video is their 10th anniversary video they put together of some of their biggest hits from the past 10 years.

via Corvus Belli Youtube

Infinity Ten Year Anniverary Video

Guija Squadron 360 View

Military Order Father-Knight (Spitfire) 360 View

Achilles v2


These are just a very small sample of the amazing sculpts that Infinity has in it’s line-up. If you’re a hobbyist/painter and you haven’t check-out Infinity and the models Corvus Belli has done – you’ve been missing out. It’s a wonderful line and the models are a true challenge and joy to paint.

If you’re into Sci-Fi or skirmish games and you’re not playing Infinity – you are TOTALLY missing out. It’s a cool setting and the game play is very enjoyable. We’ve written about Infinity before. We’ve even had our share of Battle Reports. I really believe that Infinity is a solid skirmish game that deserves a spot in your gaming rotation.

These models are just the of the iceberg. It’s a whole wonderful setting to enjoy so go check Infinity out and pick-up some models to paint and play!


The past is past. The Future’s now.

  • Heinz Fiction

    These miniatures make GW stuff look fat and clunky

    • WellSpokenMan

      In the Grim Darkness on the far future, there is only diabeetus.

    • Badgerboy1977

      Completely disagree myself, I far and away prefer GW’s aesthetic. These always look too anime for my tastes, each to their own though of course.

  • Thatroubleshootah

    I think that aesthetically there’s a place for both looks, but I am glad we have corvus belli making these sculpts because they look awesome. The infinity rules are better than the 40k rules. That is for sure

    • WellSpokenMan

      They are really hitting their stride, both aesthetically and rules wise. I describe Infinity as a playable, 1-2 hour, choose your own adventure, action movie on the tabletop. It’s not trying to replace 40k, it’s a completely different experience. People who dismiss it are really missing out for no reason. The two can both be part of your hobby.

      • Severius_Tolluck

        they are for me. I love my terrain and using my Haqq to play skirmish games, hacking peoples systems and then falling down every time I have to make a climb test.

    • Heinz Fiction

      To be fair: although I really like the aesthetics the fluff and everything else about Infinity, the rules are a tad to complicated for my taste…

      • WellSpokenMan

        I’ve heard this before, but I think that the complexity level is mitigated by the official wiki, online army builder, and free rules.

      • Certs

        Agreed. Infinity’s ruleset is more comparable to that of an RPG than other skirmish games. Part of why it even needs an extensive rules wiki, while rules mistakes are still very common even at national tournaments and youtube batrep series that have been at it for over a year.

        • Severius_Tolluck

          I think it would play best as an rpg, I feel they kinda did what GW did with inquisitor, made a very complex game that might be too heavy for straight skimirsh and evolve into a full blown rpg, which last I heard tehy are doing!

          Now if my local meta would actually understand its not force on force and its mroe spec ops trying to secure or deny objectives.

  • Sephyr

    I love the New Achilles, stat-wise and model-wise. A very interesting exchange for some ITS scenarios.

    The new Guijia is great also, and I don’t care much for TAGs. At least until they make one inspired by Anubis from ZoE, and then I’ll be lost.