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Atheling15 Oct 2019 1:59 p.m. PST

Sculptor Wanted for 28mm Historical Flodden Range.

If you're interested please either PM me here or email me at:

The range will initially consist of:

-English Household Bills (three packs of four)

-English "Levy" Bills (three packs of four)

-English Household Archers (two packs)

-English "Levy" Archers (two packs)

-Scottish Household Pike (three packs of four)

-Scottish Levy Pike (three packs of four)

-Highland Short Pike (one, possibly two packs)

-Highlanders (sword and buckler and polearm) (one pack)

-Highland Archers (one, possibly two packs)

-Household Command (one)

-Levy Command (one)

-English/Scottish Men at Arms on Foot (two packs of four)

-English Nobles and Standard Bearers (two packs each of

- 2 nobles and two standard bearers)

-English Mounted Borderers

-English Mounted Border Command

-Death of James IV vignette and others too.

Please spread the word if you know any sculptors who may be interested. Thanks :)

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altfritz15 Oct 2019 2:34 p.m. PST

Isn't Paul Hicks already sculpting a range, or is that an earlier period?

Atheling15 Oct 2019 3:06 p.m. PST

Do you mean the Claymore Castings HYW/Otterburn range?

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altfritz15 Oct 2019 6:47 p.m. PST

Them's the ones. Wrong era I take it?

Gunfreak Supporting Member of TMP16 Oct 2019 2:30 a.m. PST

If you want to have them look their best, I'd contact the guy that sculpts the claymore range, he does amazing stuff, I saw a Saxon leader he did for footsore.
And his quality shows there too.
If I had a million laying around, I'd know I'd use him for a range.

Grey Heron16 Oct 2019 4:00 a.m. PST

Two Men in a Trench discovered lead bullets on the battle site. It seems the Scots either employed arquebusiers from their own or from the Continent. Worth a thought!

22ndFoot16 Oct 2019 8:16 a.m. PST

I rather like the Assault Group range. Do you plan to make these compatible?

rampantlion16 Oct 2019 9:29 a.m. PST

Doesn't Assault Group only do the English army? I'd love to see this project come to life!

Puster Sponsoring Member of TMP20 Oct 2019 1:12 a.m. PST

Assault Group does English for the later era, around 1540 – mainly the campaign of Henry at Boulogne in 1544. TAG also has a fine French range aimed for that era.

In 1513 the armies would look different. There is a nice contemporary for the battle of Guinegate 1513 that shows continental outlooks of the time. Afaik the english army left behind was a tad less modernized.

A very fine plan, Atheling! I hope you succeed!

Mr J197010 Nov 2019 2:06 p.m. PST

Remember the old Military Modelling article in one of the specials had illustrations by the great Rick Scollins. Superb illustrations.



Hope these are of use!

Atheling11 Nov 2019 12:12 a.m. PST

Hi Mr J1970,

I've got both of those images in various books but appreciated anyway :>)

Kind Regards

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jeeves21 Sep 2020 10:21 a.m. PST

Did these ever come out?

rampantlion22 Sep 2020 6:53 a.m. PST

Yes, I would love to see this happen.

Dave00181201 Apr 2022 3:30 a.m. PST

Doesn't look like it !

rampantlion01 Apr 2022 12:23 p.m. PST

I've taken the plunge with other mfgs. I just started the project using Dixon, Pete's Flags, Redoubt, Northumbrian Painting Service, Old Glory and a few figs from Steel Fist.

Mixing and matching may not be for everyone but I am kind of enjoying it. There are some size differences but I can work with most of them.

Dave00181207 Apr 2022 2:55 a.m. PST

Think I will go down the Dixon route, had a look at the Northumberland range and quite like them but not sure what to use for English cavalry ? Reivers probably !

rampantlion07 Apr 2022 9:14 a.m. PST

Dave, I just received my order from Redoubt and they seem to be pretty compatible with the Dixon figs. I expected them to be larger than they were. The sculpting style is similar. The billmen from Redoubt at least are almost a perfect match with the Dixon ones that I bought. They also mix with the Pete's Flags figs well in size and style. The Steel Fist figs are a little bigger and the Northumbrian figs are larger with a bulkier sculpting style. I can email you a couple of photos if you like, just let me know.

Dave00181207 Apr 2022 11:55 a.m. PST

Thank you, that's interesting

Au pas de Charge Supporting Member of TMP09 Apr 2022 3:59 p.m. PST


This Pete's Flags man seems to have done part of a Flodden to Pinkie range by Nick Collier which are supposed to go with the TAG renaissance ranges.

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