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khurasanminiatures of Khurasan Miniatures writes:

Today we have new 15mm models for both our fantasy/pulp adventure fans, and our historical collectors. All of the models seen here were painted by Chris Yaro.

Giant Ape

The Mystri Island Giant Ape is an enormous creature, and fiercely territorial. Sculpted by Mark Evans, it's also perfect as a "normal" gorilla in a very, very bad mood.

Giant Ape comparison shot

Here's an image to see how he measures up against a standard 15mm human model (here, an Early Medieval Swiss hornblower!), and one of our recently released Crocodilian lancers. Watch those fists!

T'ang Chinese

We've also expanded our 15mm historical T'ang Chinese line to add more infantry - heavy infantrymen with a ji halberd, and peasant or other unarmored archers.

There are three poses of the halberdiers, which are perfect for the anti-cavalry squads in Field of Glory, or to mix in with the other spearmen in DBMM or other game systems.

There are two poses of unarmored archers, who are suitable either as skirmishers or, in the later T'ang period, as the militia archers that made up a large portion of Chinese armies.

All available now!

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