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Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Figure Mad, Feb 4, 2006.

  1. Figure Mad Well-Known Member

    Hi Guys

    Could any of you out there help, as I am not a sculpter and do not have the skills as of yet, I wish to tackle a little dio based on a certain part of the English Civil War. And I was wondering if there were any companies out there that were producing figures of this period in 54mm, I have found a couple on Art Girona’s site and on F.M. Beneito Site. I am quite willing to do some modification to figures, I just find full sculpture a bit beyond my skills at the moment.

    I am not in a major rush, but the idea is getting more and more appealing...

    Thanks in advance

  2. Arminous Member

    Hi all!

    Hi Dave!

    I'm not aware about the subject,but here you are this link:


    This is a very nice company in general,but the main reason why I sent you this link is that in this webpage exist links related to the most well-known model-producers(take a look to the upper left corner were it's written "links" ;)

    One more company is Seil Miniatures(which is not included as a link...),so you could give it a search in Google.I'm not sure if you could find your figure there,but it's worthy admiring the rest of the beautiful figures for future projects.

    At least,if you finally don't find what you want,you may find something you like even more!

    Good luck in your search and let us check your work when it is done!

  3. garyjd Well-Known Member

    Dave, It looks like you'll have to search among a number of manufacturers to find what you need. What may be the most difficult thing is finding figures that are the same size as all manufacturer's 54's are not always the same. Maybe you'll be ablr to find what you need with one or two makers.~Gary
  4. Figure Mad Well-Known Member

    Cheers Costas

    Gary Looks that way, it just seems a very under suscribed period to me...

    I may just have to get into the sculpting side of things, to get what i want... :lol:

  5. garyjd Well-Known Member

    Dave, Hey, now you're talking. If you find a couple of figures buy a few of them and convert them. That way you are not having to sculpt the entire figure.~Gary

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