WW1 Workbench

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WW1 Workbench

Post by Sally » Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:32 pm

Below is a list of the next batch of WW1 packs, the figures of which are currently on the workbench! These will be released in due course!

1. Scottish Highlanders Advancing - 32 figures plus 4 bases
2. Indian Infantry Advancing - 32 figures plus 4 bases
3. British Dismounted Cavalry Firing - 32 figures plus 4 bases
4. British Cavalry Horse Holders and Mounts - 16 mounts 4 horse holders plus 4 bases
5. German Dragoons/Cuiraziers - 16 mounts plus 4 bases
6. German Dismounted Dragoons/Cuiraziers Firing - 32 plus 4 bases
7. German Dragoons/Cuiraziers Horse Holders and Mounts -16 mounts 4 horse holders plus 4 bases
8. French Dismounted Dragoons Firing - 32 plus 4 bases
9. French Dragoon Horse Holders and Mounts - 16 mounts 4 horse holders plus 4 bases
10. British Field Gun Teams and Limbers - 2 teams plus bases
11. German Field Gun Teams and Limbers - 2 teams plus bases
12. French Field Gun Teams and Limbers - 2 teams plus bases

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Re: WW1 Workbench

Post by von Klinkerhoffen » Sat Feb 15, 2014 10:25 am

Excellent!

Thanks for releasing a list of what's on the workbench with pack contents. :)

Though no sign of any Belgian cavalry or limbers :(
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Re: WW1 Workbench

Post by Paul K » Sat Feb 15, 2014 6:02 pm

The Belgian limbers will follow release of the French because they are so similar that that conversions rather than new sculpts will work well. We will look at the possibilities for Belgian cavalry when we have worked our way through the above list. Lots of new moulds to be made!
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Re: WW1 Workbench

Post by von Klinkerhoffen » Sat Feb 15, 2014 6:24 pm

Thanks Paul ;) :)
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Re: WW1 Workbench

Post by alie-55 » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:18 am

I see no mention of German Jägers or French Zouaves, any news on these?

Loving the work fo far... :)

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Re: WW1 Workbench

Post by Paul K » Mon Feb 17, 2014 8:09 pm

Yes - The Jägers and Zouaves would offer more variety in uniform and colour. Jägers green would be a relief from German grey on the painting front! On the topic of figure design, their will always be additions to be made and we will continue to add to the WW1 range in response to requests. I will add the Jägers and Zouaves to the 'to do list', but our sculpting and moulding schedule is currently looking very busy indeed - I'm working on moulding additional Samurai at the moment!
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Re: WW1 Workbench

Post by alie-55 » Mon Feb 17, 2014 10:30 pm

Just seams strange there was probably more German Jägers than there was highland soldiers in the British army but we get the highlanders, and the French had a lot of infantry regiments from north Africa dressed in the Zouave stile probably more than the British had Indians in Europe but we get the Indian troops!................ :( :o :shock: :?

Thanks for adding them to the to do list..... :)

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Re: WW1 Workbench

Post by curlerman » Tue Feb 18, 2014 9:44 am

Paul K wrote: I'm working on moulding additional Samurai at the moment!
NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! More opponents for the Romano-brits! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: WW1 Workbench

Post by alie-55 » Wed Feb 26, 2014 11:46 am

Sally/Paul,

Any chance of some new WWI figures this weekend at Hammerhead?........... :) :) :)

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Re: WW1 Workbench

Post by Paul K » Wed Feb 26, 2014 12:49 pm

I've got lots of beautiful new German, French, and British sculpts begging to be placed between two moulding discs and then subjected to high heat and 14 tons of pressure. The frustrating truth is that with Hammerhead this weekend and WMMs the following weekend, and orders to fullfil, it's very difficult to free up a day at the moment to make the vital mastermoulds. ;)
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