Thursday, 18 October 2018

Found another....

Well, I've managed to find another manufacturer!

Gaddis Gaming have been added to the Directory. Based in the USA, they make surprisingly comprehensive ranges for both WW1 and WW2.

I don't know much else about them so I'll just add a piccy...

28mm WWII Miniatures - Germans

Tuesday, 16 October 2018

New manufacturer...

Today I've added Elladan to the Directory.

This appears to be a small outfit based in Germany which till recently focused on making some lovely looking terrain and buildings. They also make various fantasy-type figures.

Their historical range, at the moment, consists of just Medieval Scottish figures. There is a very 'Braveheart' vibe to them, including one that is the spit of Mad Mel, so they may not appeal to purists!

However, they do have an intriguing appeal!
Scottish Veterans

Monday, 15 October 2018

Wee Wolf Miniatures

Some time ago Footsore Miniatures sold their Great Northern War and Franco-Prussian War ranges to (what I believe is) a new outfit called Wee Wolf Miniatures .

For a while Wee Wolf only had an online presence via facebook. But they have now launched their own website here .

In addition to the two lines mentioned above, they also have a range of World War One Russians.

The Directory has now been updated...

Thursday, 4 October 2018

New range from Steve Barber Models...

Steve Barber Models have released a new range of figures for the Thirty Years War. I have updated the Directory to reflect this.

I haven't seen any of their figures 'in the metal' but they look very nice in the photos...

28mm Thirty years war command

Tuesday, 2 October 2018

Today's update...

After a busy summer I've finally found a bit of time for an update!

Antediluvian Miniatures is a manufacturer of fantasy/pulp explorer type figures that has now expanded into historicals.

Their first line is medieval. I believe that these figures are the old Scots/Irish ranges previously sold by Claymore Miniatures. Claymore themselves appear to be continuing with their 100 Years War/14th Century lines.

Anyway, have a nice piccy from the Antediluvian website...