As the Russian Officers and NCOs set was our tenth relased set, it called for something to mark the occasion. So we are proud to announce the release of a set of Manchurian Bandits! (Manchuria remained a hot spot after the end of the RJW for the better part of the first half of the 20th century.) So while not strictly Russo-Japanese War related, these miniatures are at least geographically a good match.
MISC-01 Manchurian Bandits
Please note, that the miniature on the left comes with both, the shown repeating rifle AND a double-barreled shotgun option.
As always, Paul Hicks did the sculpting, Griffin Moulds the moulding and casting and Simon Bradley finished them of nicely with an amazing paint job, everybody has come to expect from him.
This set is now availble for € 6.50 and includes the three miniatures (the one on the left with two weapon options). All miniatures are supplied unpainted and unassembled!
Very nice indeed! Love the pin stripe pants!AntwortenLöschen
I love this set, do you plan to sculpt chararcters from Corto Maltese's travels like the baron Ungern Sternberg in Siberia ?AntwortenLöschen
I'm sorry for the late reply!AntwortenLöschen
We don't have plans to do these. There's already a Baron Ungern-Sternberg available from Copplestone Castings. (I don't know, if he's based on the Corto Maltese story, though.)