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  • #5298
    CP Models
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    A new set of 28mm figures added to our New Kingdom Egyptian range

    NKE11 New Kingdom Egyptian infantry advancing/marching poses

    These figures are designed with open hands, supplied with a mix of spears and hand weapons

    So hopefully they can be used to build up a unit with slight variations in arm position and weaponry

    Hope you like them and thanks for looking

    Mark

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    #5316
    CP Models
    CP Models
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    Thought I would post up a couple of pictures of the existing figure range, to give you an idea of what’s available

    Light Archers

    Bald headed infantry

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    #5432
    Piyan Glupak
    Piyan Glupak
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    I like them a lot, although I don’t think that I will be doing any more 28mm for the time being.

    Thanks for the link to your website.  I bookmarked it because I notice that you have some witches in 15mm.

    #5448

    Simon Miller
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    I like them, too; very expressive faces!

    #5523
    Garry Grant
    Garry Grant
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    Mark, these are very good.   Was wondering if there is any plan to do some ‘slightly’ later Egyptians who might fit into the later Achaemenid Persian army around say 400BC?

    Garry

     

    #5673
    CP Models
    CP Models
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    Hi Gary

    Sorry I don’t have plans at present to do later period Egyptians.

    As regards expansions to this range I was thinking more along the lines of Nubians or Libyans which could be done as small warband additions to work with or against the existing Egyptians.

    Having said that I am always interested in peoples ideas for expanding ranges and what they would like to see, so feel free to post your ideas and if there is enough interest you never know.

    Mark

     

     

     

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    #5736
    Garry Grant
    Garry Grant
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    Mark

    Thanks – always worthwhile asking.

    Garry

     

     

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