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  • #27867
    Mike
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    A while back, I saw someone making a load of female WSS (I think) soldiers.
    Or maybe it was a Kickstarter?

    If memory serves, the idea was to make a full on selection of troops, but they were all female, did I dream it, do you have a link?

    Can you help please?

    #27876
    Not Connard Sage
    Participant

    This?

    http://theminiaturespage.com/boards/msg.mv?id=288790&page=2

     

    "I go online sometimes, but everyone's spelling is really bad. It's... depressing."

    #27877
    Mike
    Keymaster

    I don’t think so.
    I found that, but I am pretty sure the project I am thinking of had some masters and maybe even some actual models cast up and painted…

    #27878
    Not Connard Sage
    Participant

    Try asking on LAF?

     

    It’s taking ages to post here BTW. Dunno if anyone else has mentioned it.

    "I go online sometimes, but everyone's spelling is really bad. It's... depressing."

    #27879
    Norm S
    Participant

    I think you may be looking for The Dice Bag Lady. She was at the 2015 Phalanx Wargame Show.

     

    #27880
    Not Connard Sage
    Participant

    I think you may be looking for The Dice Bag Lady. She was at the 2015 Phalanx Wargame Show.

    All the female figures that Annie sells are listed here

    http://thedicebaglady.net/female-miniatures/

    No WSS

     

     

     

    "I go online sometimes, but everyone's spelling is really bad. It's... depressing."

    #27881
    grizzlymc
    Participant

    I have these dreams all the time.

     

    A few nights back I was being used as a sex toy by girls in black wearing lingerie wgich is not in Osprey’s “Underwear of the Waffen SS Autumn 1944”.  I have never hated waking up so much in my life.

    #27882
    Not Connard Sage
    Participant

    Trust Grizz to lower the tone

    "I go online sometimes, but everyone's spelling is really bad. It's... depressing."

    #27886
    grizzlymc
    Participant

    I reckon the itle did that.  I merely garnished it.

    #27897
    General Slade
    Participant

    Was it Eureka’s Countess Sandra range that you were thinking of: http://www.chronofus.net/wargames/eureka/sandra/index.htm

    I’m not sure if it is still available or for that matter if it ever was released.

    I’m pretty sure there has also been a Kickstarter for female Horse and Musket figures but I can’t remember the name of the company.  What I do remember is that the sculptor didn’t seem to have much talent and the figures looked like men with breasts (and ugly men with breasts at that).

    #27898
    General Slade
    Participant

    Was it Eureka’s Countess Sandra range? http://www.chronofus.net/wargames/eureka/sandra/index.htm

    #27904
    grizzlymc
    Participant

    Good thing too, I’m all for giving Hampsters an even break, but hell, 2 day’s rest is indulgence.

    #27924
    General Slade
    Participant

    Back to the original question. Were you thinking of the Countess Sandra range by Eureka? http://www.chronofus.net/wargames/eureka/sandra/index.htm

    I’m not sure whether it is still being produced but I have a feeling they never listed it on their website (I think you got it with a nod and a wink and a say no more and they handed it to you from under the counter in a plain brown package).

    #27927
    Earther
    Participant

    It wasn’t Hinterland Miniatures was it?

    http://hinterlandminiatures.weebly.com

     

    #27928
    grizzlymc
    Participant

    Mid calf length boots needed.

    #27938
    Earther
    Participant

    Saucy.

    #27993
    General Slade
    Participant

    There is also Rastlworld Minis: http://www.rastlworldminis.com/

    They seem to have gone down the peculiar route of starting their range with scantily-clad Russian horse artillery women (I know the web caters for every taste under the sun but this one seems to be more niche than most).

     

    #28002
    grizzlymc
    Participant

    Well, given the tendency for these lasses to be in abbreviated light cavalry uniforms, a bit of artillery support would be handy.  And given that artillery is hot work perhaps the sculptor felt more comfortable doing scantily clad artillerists than less strenuous arms.

     

    Still, one would need to keep clear of a hot barrel.

    #28054
    Shandy
    Participant

    There is also Rastlworld Minis: http://www.rastlworldminis.com/ They seem to have gone down the peculiar route of starting their range with scantily-clad Russian horse artillery women (I know the web caters for every taste under the sun but this one seems to be more niche than most).

    Oh god, I wish I hadn’t seen those – I don’t know what’s worse, the sexism or the bad sculpting 

    Mike, there is a guy named Richard who runs a company called Elite Wargames and Models. They don’t have a website yet, but you can contact him at [email protected]

    However, they don’t do WSS, they only do napelonics. The figures are good though and wear proper uniforms.

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