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Can we get something non-WSS next week? As I'm absolutely uninterested in the period, these all look the same to me (and before someone starts describing the differences, no need), and it's been a while since there was a WW1 teaser...
Now there are some good-looking gentlemen!
Have a good weekend:relaxed:
Whilst very good etc, I too fall in to the camp of something 20th century please, preferably nice and deserty but definitely something other than WSS.
Have to admit I would like something else also.
Don't know what happened to Turks at Gallipoli. Been waiting for them for ages.
Maybe shouldn't post upcoming sets if not planning on doing them any time soon.
Just a thought as I don't collect WSS figures either.
I have no intention of buying any WSS sets at all - it’s not a time period that particularly interests me
However I have to admire the way Strelets have stuck to their guns and are releasing a comprehensive range in a very short period of time I am still waiting for Sassanid elephants to appear which were announced initially elsewhere in 2007
Maybe the non-WSS sculptors are busy working on the Linear-A sets?
I have two simple questions for Mr. Strelets.
Do you have a date or period for the release of these boxes?
And what will be thes boxes concerned?
These look excellent (again!). I like the shouldered sword poses-if I'm honest I think I would have preferred the Maison Du Roi sets to have adopted these poses. Keep up the wonderful work Strelets with these sculpts.
Anyone able to hazard a guess as to who these latest sculpts represent?
I understand non-WSS collectors frustrations at the Friday preview being WSS orientated for the past couple of months. However, I'm sure your turn will come again! Let the WSS fans enjoy this special attention for a little longer...
Good idea Minuteman, just posted the same guess at Benno's a few minutes ago, but didn't notice the odd box until I read your post here. Did a quick search of "War of Spanish Succession horse" in the web but didn't find any matching pictures. Some Dragoon regiments had a company of grenadiers, who did carry a cartridge box this way, but these almost always had distinctive headgear (viz. no tricornes). Seems an odd placement for a cavalryman. Perhaps some cut way stuff? Otherwise they are quite nice. Let's wait what Strelets has to say about them.