Sunday, 11 May 2014

First molds done

Hi all
Despite the lack of posts work has been progressing. A new mold frame has solved the problems we've been having so I finally got to mold up some kit molds as well as some finished figures. As well as FPW we have decided to expand our Initial ranges to include some Dark Ages. Details will follow once we have molded up a few more of them. Exciting times :-)







13 comments:

  1. Excellent news.....on both fronts!
    The figures look great and I can't wait to see the casts and the initial range.

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  2. Really nice to see things coming along matey.

    Darrell.

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  3. Looking forward to seeing the Dark Age figures Bill.

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  4. Is there a list yet of what is going to be released in the first wave of FPW models?

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  5. Great news! I can't wait to see the Prussians with pickelhauben.
    Jan

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  6. Looking good I am keen to start a rather large FPW collection soon, any ideas on when your range might be released and future figure codes?

    Regards

    Nathan

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  7. The French infantry will be released at Historicon in July. We hope to have some Prussians too. If not they will be close behind :)

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  8. Excellent news. Will you have a UK distributor? Postage from the US and customs in the UK are making buying from America prohibitive!

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  9. We will be looking into it after the summer.

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  10. Any more news on when those of us not going to historicon will be able to order these? And what packs will be in the first wave of releases?

    Rob

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    1. With only a few weeks to go I better put a list together for whats coming lol!

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  11. This is just what I don't need another period. But well you have hooked me. I've been patiently waiting for a new approach to the 1870 unpleasantness for years. I will now be lurking here. A UK agent would be useful but I will buy straight from you as well.

    Cheers,


    Paul

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