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Infinity Bootleg is the new collector’s brand of Infinity miniatures. Infinity Bootleg will provide a reduced range of models, all of the finest quality but totally separate from the main Infinity catalogue.

Why this name? Because these are the models the concept designers always wanted to design, the miniatures all the Infinity modellers always wanted to sculpt, and the figures Infinity fandom always wanted to get, but none of them could have as those models have no room in a game-focused catalogue.

Even though most of the Infinity Bootleg figures have a troop profile to play with, and they can be used in an Infinity game, this is not the main purpose of this new brand.

Infinity Bootleg has been conceived for painters and miniature lovers. Top notch, high quality figures with attitude. Believe it or not, but even more than regular Infinity models. This is the connoisseur brand of Infinity!

Infinity Bootleg. These are not toys!

Troops with Bootleg Miniatures


Maghariba Guard

Neoterra Bolt

This unusual model was released in 2014 and is sold by Tabitha Lyons[1], on whom it was modelled, and is currently still available exclusively through her website online store on Etsy[2] and Artfakes[3].

The Bolt miniature was 3D modelled from photos Tabitha had taken from herself. When sculpting the model the artist only made one half the face, duplicated it and then went back and changed the symmetry slightly to make it look real. A perfectly symmetrical face would seem unusual even at this scale!

The Bolt is technically part of the Bootleg range so it's unclear if they are in fact limited in number as they appear to still be in production.

[H-S]: The Cosplay Bolt is no longer available on the Artyfakes or Tabitha Lyon's websites, and the Etsy store is closed. The miniature should be considered "out of production".

O-12 High Commissioner




Photo Credit: ToadChild