Just a quick note today. SHQ Miniatures has got a shiny new website and also has the 28mm ranges available again.
The Directory has been updated to reflect this!
For those of you unfamiliar with Caliver, they also own several other miniatures lines such as Miniature Figurines and Matchlock Miniatures. It seems that the plan at the moment is to keep the Crann Tara website running but allow some sort of joint ordering system!
I've added Thistle And Rose to the Directory thanks to info provided by Bill Hupp!
Hopefully it is accurate enough to do them justice. Unfortunately it appears that their only web presence is on Facebook, which I can't access without downloading and agreeing to a load of crap. So I haven't.
Bloody Miniatures has been added to the Manufacturers Directory.
A new company, they make a range of figures for the English Civil War and the Thirty Years War that are designed to be compatible with Bicorne and Renegade. The emphasis is on 'character' figures good for skirmish gaming, rather than standard 'rank-and-file' type poses.
There are some great photos of some lovely looking figures on their website, so you should definitely pop over for a shufti!
Regimentos De America has been added to the Manufacturers Directory.
Based in Spain, they appear to be the retail arm of the Napoleonic Virtual Museum. They have a small but expanding range of Napoleonic figures for France, Austria, and the Loyal Lusitanian Legion.
The figures are cast in resin and there is a helpful comparison photo on their site showing compatibility with Warlord, Perry, and Front Rank!
Here is a shot of their French Aides De Camp...
Full Metal Miniatures has been added to the Directory.
Based in Deal, Kent, this is small producer that has been going since 2019. At the moment their only range is for the Vietnam War, although they do have quite a wide range which includes vehicles, boats, scenery etc as well as the figures!
So if Vietnam is your thing pop over for a shufti...
Testudo Miniatures has been added to the Manufacturers Directory.
Based in Italy, they are more generally known as a 15mm manufacturer but also have a 28mm range called 'Battle of Tannenberg 1410'.
The range includes figures for Germans, Russians, Polish-Lithuanian, and of course, the Teutonic Order.