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AVANPOST news - March 2020: Thirty Years War in metal!

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Avanpost studio, Mar 13, 2020.

  1. Avanpost studio Well-Known Member

    We were asked about TYW range in metal so many times, so we hadn't any other choise than to produce it [IMG]:) So here are first soldiers of this new (and at the same time good old one) range:
    - 21.001/M Walking Pikeman, 5 parts (pike is not included!), white metal 21001M.jpg
    - 21.003/M Walking Musketeer, 5 parts, white metal
    - 21.004/M Walking Musketeer, 4 parts, white metal
    - 21.005/M Walking Musketeer, 4 parts, white metal
    - 21.019/M Pikeman in combat formation (1st rank), 4 parts (pike is not included!), white metal
    - 21.020/M Pikeman in combat formation (2nd rank), 4 parts (pike is not included!), white metal
    - 21.021/M Pikeman in combat formation (3rd rank), 4 parts (pike is not included!), white metal
    - 21.025/M Standing Musketeer, 4 parts, white metal
    - 21.026/M Firing Musketeer, 4 parts, white metal
    Terrain Elements https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.295165281018584&type=3
    Bronze Accessoires https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.192793821255731&type=3
    Large scale (75mm) https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=oa.318874425314336&type=3

    Please see the description to the photo for full info, including prices
    All miniatures are in stock and available for ordering.

  2. gommolo Active Member

    how can I do to have the pike?
  3. Avanpost studio Well-Known Member

    It depends on the way you use the miniature. If it's display figure, you better take metal wire of 1 mm diameter and 9-10 cm lenght. This will be ideal solution for the XVII century pike.
    If you use these miniatures for wargaming - there are a lot of ways. We particulary using bristles from garden broom - it made of soft plastic, and is flexible and durable, not breaking when playing. Pikes on the attached photo are painted plastic bristles. IMG_20200208_121057.jpg IMG_20200208_121057.jpg
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  4. Forté A Fixture


    Just received a set of these to review (many thanks) and was wondering about the pikes so this cleared that up quickly. Good idea too. Bent spears and pikes for gaming always bugged me so seeing your suggestions here is excellent.
    Avanpost studio likes this.

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