The site is going to be moving this week so there may be some bumps.
I won’t bore you with the details of why there haven’t been new minis in so long. The overview is:
- Poor quality sculpts for the British
- Unavailability of sculptors (darn it Kickstarter)
- Saturation of the pin up market
- Lack of interest in future lines based on purchases
So I’ve been trying to figure out what direction to take the company to provide miniatures that people want. I have a few ideas and am always willing to listen to more if you have them.
The minis on the site are all still available. When I have news of what’s up next I’ll share. Thanks for sticking with me.
The sculpts are done and pending some final review! I’ll post pictures of the greens (original sculpts) when they’re on their way to the caster. Patience…
After far too long of a hiatus the Russian artillery crew is here. With heads for either foot or horse artillery these ladies will make your battlefield more interesting, to say the least.
Not only are they available for purchase individually but there’s a crew pack to get them all at once.
Painted diorama by Brian Robinette.
Of course they’re sold unpainted and unassembled.
OK. I think I’ve got the rates as good as I can get them. I did try to break them into reasonable chunks based on how many minis are generally ordered.
International Shipping (Updated 2013-02-11)
01 – 08 – $13.00
09 – 16 – $17.00
17 – 24 – $21.00
25 – 32 – $25.00
33 – 40 – $28.00
41 and up – Contact for quote before ordering
Lyn did a fantastic job painting up the Napoleonic dogs. Check out all the pictures here.
32mm of Mongol warrior beauty. Lots of weapons and a little bit of armor.
She’s available in the store so go shopping!
And of course, from the back.
Leonardo is still working away on getting these done but here’s to show that he’s making great progress on all 5 of them.
From the front:
And from the side:
I guess he’s not so little, relatively speaking. Air Corps Betty does have a mascot.
He’s scaled for 54mm so he’ll be about the same size as Louis XIX. More or less. Jason Weibe is sculpting this one so he’s going to be great.