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Avanpost (Russia) - News

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Martin Rohmann, Jan 20, 2019.

  1. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    "Avanpost" continues its series of super detailled 28mm figures with French Light Infantry!

    All made of resin and modeled by Maksim Voronin ...:

    Nr. 11.074 - Chéf de Bataillon, Light Infantry...:

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    Nr. 11.075 - Light Infantry Carabinier Company Officer...:

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    Nr. 11.076 - Light infantry sapper

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    Nr. 11.077 - Drummer of a light infantry carabinier’s company
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    Nr. 11.078 - Sergeant of the light infantry Carabinier company

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    Nr. 11079 - Carabinier with shopuldered rifle...:

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    Nr. 11080 - Carabiner with rifle "to the foot"...:

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    Nr. 11081 - Light infantry officer with shako

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    Nr. 11082 - Light infantry drummer with shako

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    Nr. 11083 - Sergeant, Chasseur Company

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    Nr. 11084 - Chasseur with shouldered rifle

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    Nr. 11085 - Chasseur with rifle "to the foot"

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    Nr. 11086 - Light infantry sergeant in shako (Eagle bearer)

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    Nr. 11087 - French light infantry officer in marching uniform and hat
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    Nr. 11089 - Light infantry sergeant in marching uniform

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    Nr. 10089 - Private light infantry in marching uniform

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    Nr. 11090 - Private light infantry in marching uniform

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    https://www.facebook.com/groups/avanpost.miniatures


    Cheers
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  2. Reptor A Fixture

    These are really beautiful piece in 28 mm, it is rare to have such a beautiful definition for historical pieces in this size, thank you Martin for the link. There is enough to make great historic army! :love:(y)
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  3. Lasalle A Fixture

    Country:
    Italy
    Splendid figures!!
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  4. NeilW Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Just had a look at their site (or rather Facebook page). Their Russian Naps and 30 Years/EC War ones look great as well (see below).

    Incredible detail for 28mm, and a fair price as well (I got a sprue of Perry Bros Russian command figs as a try out and I thought they were good). I assume these are either modelled in a larger scale then pantographed down, or, as with Vitrix from 3D software (I suspect the latter?).

    To be honest, they seem able to get more detail in at 28mm that I can at 150mm/6" (1/12th)... so, must try harder! (I hope to start work on renovating my 40+ year old figs over the coming weeks: I'm split between doing just a re-paint and/or more substantial detailing).

    For Avanposts' full range see:
    French army (resin) https://www.facebook.com/media/set/…
    French army (metal)https://www.facebook.com/media/set/…
    Russian army (resin) https://www.facebook.com/media/set/…
    Russian army (metal) https://www.facebook.com/media/set/…
    Thirty Years war (resin) https://www.facebook.com/media/set/…
    Terrain Elements https://www.facebook.com/media/set/…
    Bronze Accessoires https://www.facebook.com/media/set/…
  5. Tommi A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    I really like these and such incredible detail at such a small scale, I need to get me a few of these.

    Tommi
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  6. Tonton Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    As I’m 70 this week and have enough problems with 54mm figures, I won’t be attempting anything this size though wish I could as they’re just fab.

    Jeff
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  7. I'm sorry, but both your suspections are wrong - all figures are sculpted manually in their natural size :)
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  8. NeilW Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    That's amazing... who do you employ, worker ants?

    (tho' I recently read a strange book, "Swiftly" where Lilliputians were used to make ultra small clockwork devices... and Brobdingnagians as super heavy assault troops: I wouldn't recommend it).
  9. It's a kind of magic! :)
    I've asked Maxim, our Sculptor, to make some pics from the workbench - will show you when'll have them
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  10. Jaybo Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Just amazing detail in that scale (or any for that matter). I can remember the old Willie SUREN figures in 30mm were considered state of the art in the '60s. Russia has become a center for quality figure production. CHRONOS leads the way imo.
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  11. Tony Barton Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    These are truly fantastic. In a field ( 28mm ) which is notable for rather poor sculpting, with poor proportions in the anatomy, these are at last something quite outstanding. Bravo, I do hope they are a great success : they certainly deserve to be !
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  12. NeilW Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Agree that Avanpost are something else (and incredible that they're sculpted 1:1 scale size), but the Perry Bros and Victrix both do 28mm figs which are pretty detailed and well proportioned (Perry's cover a very large range of periods in hard plastic and metal; Victrix mainly Naps and ancients with dark ages on the way, mainly in hard plastic).

    It's worth giving the Perry a go, where you can get a few trial plastic figs for as little as £1 (https://www.perry-miniatures.com/pr...cts_id=2564&osCsid=naebnrusbo5sg2hh79dpui0dv0 & https://www.perry-miniatures.com/pr...cts_id=2570&osCsid=naebnrusbo5sg2hh79dpui0dv0) or a pair of mounted dragoons for £2 (https://www.perry-miniatures.com/pr...cts_id=2566&osCsid=naebnrusbo5sg2hh79dpui0dv0)

    See:
    https://www.perry-miniatures.com/index.php?osCsid=naebnrusbo5sg2hh79dpui0dv0
    https://www.victrixlimited.com/



    BTW: I don't hold shares or work for either Co ;)
  13. Dear friends,
    Returning to the question of making our miniatures: here's two photos of chevaul-legers in progress we've found. Some tools can be seen, newly sculpted areas (lighter gray colored) and metal wire elements. That's how it works :)
    IMG-20190127-WA0001.jpg IMG-20190127-WA0003.jpg
  14. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    Would like to see a video of you sculpting those minis...

    Cheers
  15. Cannot promise that... but we'll think what we can do

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