Our three new historical sets are in warehouses in the UK, USA, and Australia and shipping out daily.
Get your order in HERE and they will ship out as soon as can be.
Peter Dennis has delivered the artwork for the Napoleonic Spanish plastic set.
These are moving through our process quite quickly but we have no release date as of yet.
You can see the full artwork by clicking HERE
We ship from warehouses in Australia, the USA, and the UK so we can offer free shipping on any order over $50 USD or £35 GBP.
And because we ship "locally" around the world, you won't have long to wait!
Right now (May 22) all three warehouses are fully operational.
Also, please note UK shipping under £35 is only $4.95 to account for the fall in the Pound.
I'm happy to show you a third model belonging to our 1/600 scale Age of Sail ships - this time, an aggressive 3rd rate Ship of the Line, modelled after blueprints of a real warship dating back from early 1700s.
Hull is made of high quality resin, while masts and sails are white metal cast - just 11 parts in total! Kit is completed by a Portuguese naval flags sheet, although we have an ever growing list of ensigns for up to 12 different nations, if needed.
Over the years, we've built up a number of fantastic ranges of miniatures, many of them sculpted by the incomparable Paul Hicks. These ranges cover King Philip's War, the American War of Independence, Napoleonic Wars, and the War of 1812. It only made sense that when we wanted a French & Indian Wars range to go alongside our launch of This Very Ground: Victory or Death ruleset that we ask Paul to turn his talents to it.
The French & Indian Wars featured a lot of skirmishing and guerrilla warfare and our initial offer definitely reflects that. Paul has sculpted six packs (each pack has 6 minis) that you can use to flesh out an existing collection, or to get one started.
Our sole release for this month is a special one. A second 120mm kit for Vulcan Models. A Landsknechte Doppelsoldner in twelve easy to assemble pieces including base. Great for collectors and painters and it was also the basis for the cover art of the Furioso rules system too. Click through for more.