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I like the poses, especially the guy adjusting his helmet straps. However, it's a pity the shields are too flat...
Unfortunately we had to compromise on the shield in order to place all figures on one mold, otherwise we would have to make a separate mold for the shields.
In this case we would have been unable to have 48 figures in a box but only half of it.
good to see that you are working on figures in reserve. As you say in all the battles of the past usually just a part of the soldiers fought, while others waited for their turn. So can I hope for more figures (infantry and cavalry) in a waiting position?
As for the shields, what would you think about producing some decail-sets?
Did I read this correctly? Did you say moat/wall combination? Wow, you do listen. Diorama stuff, fortifications, etc. in soft plastic (please no resin) would be fantastic.
I think this principle applies also to cavalry.
By and large mounted troops in any era spent most of their time watching the fighting while waiting for the order to intervene at a critical moment.
Would people prefer special sets with cavalry standing still, or a mixture of standing and charging poses in every mounted set?
A 50/50 mix of standing and charging would be excellent.