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HIMINI "Roman March, 1st century AD"

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by HIMINI, Mar 2, 2021.

  1. HIMINI Active Member

    Dear friends!

    Today we officially present our new kit, "Roman March, 1st century AD"!

    Any war is not about battles but basically about maneuvers and displacements. Moreover in the case of the Roman army marches were carried out over long and very long distances. Mostly with all military and camp equipment carried by the soldiers themselves. This is how the image of a tired but a strong-willed soldier was born.
    Idea was brilliantly embodied by the sculptor Ayrat Khairutdinov. Due to Legion`s сombat effectiveness and movement speed fundamentally depended on the competent placement of both soldier weapons and weighty belongings, we are sending many thanks to our friends from Legio XI Claudia Pia Fidelis. Guys provided us comprehensive support on historically accurate selection and correct march equipment placement based on the latest historical research and their own experience!



    Scale 1: 9 (250mm).
    Kit reference: Hi-B-003
    Sculptor: Airat Khairutdinov (Айрат Хайрутдинов)
    The kit is available for order. Write PM or email: himini@bk.ru
    We accept PayPal. Worldwide shipping.


    The price is 69 Euros + shipping

    A posse ad esse!


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  2. Nap A Fixture

    Country:
    England
    Hi there

    Good to see a HIMINI releasing and a bust as well

    Well detailed looking at the pictures , plenty of potential on the shield painting

    Well done to the sculptor with all the hanging equipt

    Is there not a website where this can be ordered as well ?

    Thanks for sharing ( moved to Figure news )

    Look forward to next

    Nap
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  3. HIMINI Active Member


    Thanks Kevin! To order, you can write to himini@bk.ru or send a personal message.
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  4. JasonB A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    Could you post the price and payment options? I realize I can message you, but that kind of info is pretty basic and I believe should be posted by anyone selling their wares. Thanks!
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  5. Nap A Fixture

    Country:
    England
    I saw that but is there no website as well ?

    Nap
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  6. HIMINI Active Member

    Corrected the post, indicated the price of the set!
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  7. HIMINI Active Member

    Unfortunately, not yet ((
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  8. misfit151 A Fixture

    Excellent looking bust....(y). sure it will be popular.....Mike
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  9. MCPWilk A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Beautifully done. Good to see a Coolus helmet as well.

    Mike
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  10. HIMINI Active Member

    Especially for HIMINI. Work on "Roman March, 1st century AD". 1.jpg
  11. elgreco Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    This should be available in the next few days from our store, together with the other new releases from Himini.
    Unfortunately severe Customs restrictions delayed 2-3 shipments from Himini - quite a headache for us all to resolve!
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  12. gerryj199 PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    United-States
    If anyone has any reference photos or images for this it would be awesome to see those ;).
  13. Banjer Well-Known Member

    Country:
    England
    £60 for a 1/9th bust? Too much for me I'm afraid.:wideyed:

    Bill
  14. HIMINI Active Member

    No problem! What kind of reference you interested at? Artifacts?
  15. HIMINI Active Member

    I`ll put a link here. Good reconstruction (maybe the best) of a Roman legionnaire march. Almost every aspect of an equipment placement is explained. With English subtitles.

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  16. Nap A Fixture

    Country:
    England
    Hi there

    Very interesting to see the video , all credit to them all

    The artwork looks like it's going to be impressive thanks for look at face ....who is the artist ?

    Nap
  17. Klassik Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Russian-Federation
    Thanks Kevin. This is my painting)). I know that you have always talked with my partner Vasily (HIMINI). It was he who showed our new products.
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  18. gerryj199 PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    United-States
    Looking forward to getting my kit, and I've been thinking about the painting.

    I've managed to find a couple of great references in my library, but I was interested in 3 particular things:
    1. The drinking canteen looks like it was usually metal with no wood. Is that how the sculptor imagined this one?
    2. The cooking vessel looks like it's metal - copper, bronze, tin, iron?
    3. Do we know if the rolled up cloak (or blanket) might have had any decoration on it, or was it a standard issue plain item?

    Thanks,
    Gerry
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  19. HIMINI Active Member

    A-ha! Understand you.

    1. The drinking canteen is made of steel. It is a reconstruction of a rather famous artifact from Newsted. A bit larger, but I don`t think that is a big assumption.
    2. Bronze
    3. We (We - I mean Science, Mankind etc) don`t know that unfortunately. I preferred plain version for my own collection. I think plain existed 100%. It is simply cheaper. But that is only my opinion.

    Hope this helps.

    Vasily
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  20. gerryj199 PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    United-States

    Thanks Vasily :)
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