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New releases

Post by lee sherman » Mon Jul 24, 2017 12:49 pm

Anyone know what's next for release for 17th century figures?

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Re: New releases

Post by Friedrich August I. » Mon Jul 24, 2017 2:44 pm

lee sherman wrote:Anyone know what's next for release for 17th century figures?

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Do You mean after those Swedish Battalion packs? ->
http://leagueofaugsburg.blogspot.co.at/ ... edish.html

or those Russian Grenadiers announced a bit Earlier?

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Re: New releases

Post by Gunfreak » Mon Jul 24, 2017 3:26 pm

I'm not sure. I've been told that Swedish and Russian cavalry comes out sometime in September. There are also some GNW personalities coming late summer. They are working on GNW/WSS danes and possibly Prussians. But they are quite some time away I think.

But for the 17th century. I have no idea.

I've seen talk about more French specific figures. Don't I know what that entails.
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Re: New releases

Post by lee sherman » Mon Jul 24, 2017 3:34 pm

Thanks

I really like the new style of figures, detail and figure animations, just wondered if there was any 1680-1700 on the way in the new style of miniatures.

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Re: New releases

Post by barr7430 » Thu Jul 27, 2017 8:50 am

lots of 17th century stuff dollied now - releases of specific sculpts will be detailed soon.

The Prussians and Danes are dollied and ready to be cast for final sculpting... we've got lots and lots of stuff coming over the autumn - probably the biggest release schedule since the Swedes.
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Re: New releases

Post by barr7430 » Fri Jul 28, 2017 9:43 am

Delighted to say I have now seen the Danish, Prussian and new 17th century dollies.

These will allow us maximum flexibility in the period 1680-1720. The poses are exciting and the spread is broad.

I have never really had a personal interest in building a 17th/early 18th century Prussian/Brandenburg army but after seeing these I think I have changed my mind! 8)
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Re: New releases

Post by Gunfreak » Sun Jul 30, 2017 1:20 pm

Does that mean the prussians are in the more generic early 18th century style?
Also any plans for kneeling NYW/WSS figures both at the ready and firing? (Yes beating a dead horse) but I like my 18th century firing line to have kneeling figures)
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Re: New releases

Post by lee sherman » Tue Aug 01, 2017 12:23 pm

I think Prussians had their coats opened and pinned back revealing the coloured waist coats underneath.. I could be wrong though maybe that's from another period....

Gunfreak I'm a soldiers at ease guy like from the uniform plates u see... I like to see their full uniform without muskets in the way and I
personally don't think you can beat a drummers officers and standard bear at ease flags fluttering in the wind, ☺️
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