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if you go down on this forum to the 16 of juli you will see that redbox/haron are planing to do artillery and cavalry
Just like to second the comment about pikes, better not to do them at all than produce the telegraph poles that we got in the WOTR range. I'd prefer open hands provide the engineering was up to scratch.
The weapon will be separately. Thin.
when will they come out cant wait love the figures
That is fantastic! I am truly excited by this line of figures
THE ITALIAN WARS!
As I stated before, I hope you are thorough; some French Gendarmes and Stradiots are sorely needed.
Just think, no more Napoleonics, no more WWII Germans, uh, it\\\'s
Let us all support these figures.
Till 2015 you are waited by many surprises.
I have recently purchased several sets of each color of your German WWII Panzer Soldiers (Basic Set 1) in both Gray and Tan Colors. Are you going to make another set of German WWII Panzer Soldiers (Basic Set 2) in soft plastic? If so, please make lots of action poses in Tank Battles, not just resting poses.
Thank you! GC
Thamks for great news.
According the forum there will be Russian infantry XV-XVI AD, too.I do hope to see them on the market as soon as possible !
Yes. Masters ready.
Thanks nice about the Panzer crews, but would you consider WWII American tank crews and summer and winter artillery crews?
(but only if it doesn't delay 16th-17th century 'New World' sets too much! ;) )
You mean Russ alitlery?
please show them ,and please consider making late Russ /XV=XVI/ feudal infatry(Arquebus/Halbard)as well.They have no representation in 1/72 scale.
Thank you so much.
Hello Haron (and I hope Jerzy will forgive me for hi-jacking his thread), I just wanted to thank you for the great sets you sculpted for us collectors, bei it Red Box or Orion. They are much appreciated, and I hope we will see many more sculpts of yours! Regards, Pa