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Pauls Bods16 Apr 2012 9:08 a.m. PST

..slightly different looking 1/72nd napoleonic infantry/Artillery


The rest here;
Mild nudity.

Yesthatphil16 Apr 2012 9:45 a.m. PST

Some beautiful stuff there, Paul ….

That rigging we glimpsed looks a bit of a labour of love, though …


GarrisonMiniatures16 Apr 2012 10:40 a.m. PST


Huscarle16 Apr 2012 12:55 p.m. PST

Lovely models, if only they were 28mm…

Lord Ashram16 Apr 2012 3:23 p.m. PST

Damn, if those were 28mm I would buy a bunch. 1/72 is like 20mm, right?

Whatisitgood4atwork16 Apr 2012 11:48 p.m. PST

Lovely work. That's the sort of C18 imagi-nation I like to imagine.

Pauls Bods17 Apr 2012 1:46 a.m. PST

@ IŽd like to see them in 28mm as well and 1/ PSR, I use that to cover everything 20 – 26mm, but these are more likely to be at the taller end, 23-25mm.

Dn Jackson Supporting Member of TMP17 Apr 2012 5:37 a.m. PST

What company makes them?

abdul666lw17 Apr 2012 6:06 a.m. PST

Lovely. Wonder why they call them 'Napoleonic'? Their tricornes show they are clearly intended for the Lace Wars. A communication mistake, given that Napoleonic wargamers are, on the average, far more 'deadly serious' and disinclined to indulge into 'unhistoricity' than Lace Wars ones.

They appear to be available from: link

Did they used 3D printing? It would be easy to produce 28-30mm variants (and, for that matter, 15mm ones) to satisfy everybody.

In 28mm Eureka makes the 'Sandras' TMP link

But then, if they are 'large' 23mm, women on the average are more petite than men, put on thick bases they could appear in a 28mm army?

Frederick Supporting Member of TMP17 Apr 2012 6:14 a.m. PST

Well, Austrian artillery did wear bicornes for the entire Napoleonic era

Interesting looking sets of minis – I don't paint in that scale, but they are pretty well detailed

Pauls Bods17 Apr 2012 6:55 a.m. PST

@Dn. They are made by an independant sculptor..
@Jean..she, the sculptor DannyC lives in china and the final versions are sold in germany (wuppertal).
She sculpts them..


No 3D printing (3D is the name of her friends company in China ) so unfortunately no chance of them being made in 28mm, sorry.

Cardinal Hawkwood17 Apr 2012 5:56 p.m. PST

look like Eureka pirated Sandras..

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