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ComisarioSam29 Aug 2017 7:00 a.m. PST

Hello everyone at The miniatures page!

We are so glad to come back with a new project, the Elven Lords, our High elves army.

Now that our first Kickstarter, TMP link Reichguard knights, is finished is time to take a new challenge.

The Elven Lords are a two multipose infantry regiment and two monopose foot chareacters.

We are still workin in 3d sculpting and master molds work. But we can start to show here our firts models.

This is a concep our our havey armoured elf, the beggining of everything.

Our spearmen have more than nine pieces.

An Spearman 3D model.

You can read more information even see our 360š video in our blog at: https://lastsword.com/en/high-efl-spearmen-introduction

We would like to launch our project as soon as possible, but still have much work to do it!

We will keep posting here the news!

What do you think about out project?

Hydra Studios Sponsoring Member of TMP29 Aug 2017 7:46 a.m. PST

These look great! two questions:

1) Are they going to be metal, resin, or injection molded plastic?

2) Are they going to scale compatible with the later plastic GW High Elves from Isle of Blood (Lothern Sea Guard, Swordmasters of Hoeth)?

Huscarle Supporting Member of TMP29 Aug 2017 10:17 a.m. PST

They look fine apart from those awful shoulder pads. IMHO they would look better if they were more like plate armour shoulders.
Good luck with the KS.

ComisarioSam29 Aug 2017 3:16 p.m. PST

Thanks guys for your comments.

Hydra, about your questions. This project will be like Reichguard kickstarter. We gonna use plastic resin for the infantry and metal for foot charaters.

This is our spear:

This is our referent:

We expect that scale will be compatible with others elfs branchs. The main problem is, into a range, like GW range, figures have different scale. Anyway we gonna publish scale test pictures soon.

Huscarle, we have been looking something different for the shoulder pads. It is a shame if we couldnīt desing something that you like, sorry.

Anyway, we use the shoulder pads to cover all joints, so you can do a lots of poses with the figures with out green stuff.

Thanks again guys.

ComisarioSam31 Aug 2017 10:34 a.m. PST

We have been working in Bowmen, as a second regiment.

This is a T 3D model, with out a pose.

What do you think about it?

David Johansen02 Sep 2017 10:34 p.m. PST

Nice, but plastic resin sucks.

ComisarioSam13 Sep 2017 9:37 a.m. PST

Hi David.

Why don't you like plastic resin? Wich plastic resin figures have you got?

I am just wondering, because I would like know all points of view ;)

Thank you for your comment!

Thomas Thomas Supporting Member of TMP14 Sep 2017 9:31 a.m. PST

As to your reference there is now a considerable school of thought the Hoplites did not use an over hand grip. Its impractical and period representations of over hand grips are probably of javlin armed troops. But maybe Elves figured out how to do it…

TomT

ComisarioSam20 Sep 2017 11:00 a.m. PST

Thomas, we loke historial models, but right know we are sculping fantasy, so wedon't really need be too stric. By the way nobody is really sure the way that they use their weapons, over the shield, under the shield, both…

Anyway thank you for your comment ;)

Last weekend we were at Freak Wars 2017 show in Spain. Some people saw our casted models:

We are nearly to can launch our kickstarter.

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