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Saturday, February 19, 2011

Next releases

Hello all together,

sorry for the long time of not-posting. I have been quite busy in the last time but I'd like to tell you the next releases:


 In the next weeks, Paul Hicks will start working on the civilians. Planned are the following blisters:
  • Citylife I: a Woman with a pot, a Woman with a broom, a Smith, a Guard
  • Citylife II: a Shoetrader, a Man with a shoe, a Herald, a Woman with kid
  • Countryside: a Hunter with a dog, a Lumberjack, a Peasant
  • Beyond Good and Bad: a Chaplain, a Beggar, a Strumpet, an Horror Actor
I hope i can tell you best news in the next weeks, but until now it's a secret what's next, but let's cross the fingers for a success. All I want to say: it's about overtaking another company.


This is an opic topic: What do you guys want to get made? I first thought about some tents that could be sold cheaply. But I am open for every guess so please let me know in the comments.


I am in cooperation with an artist who paints flags which will be printed on linen with first-class colours. So no cheap paperflags with silly shadows on! The price per flag should be very low - probably as low as their paper comrades.

All the best,


  1. Hi Stephan, the miniature plan sounds excellent.

    I'm not sure about terrain, but the flag plan sounds really good.



  2. Sounds intriguing! Looking forward to all your new blisters and your secret news!:)

  3. Thank you both :). I think I will start with small buildings and tents. If they sell well: bigger buildings on the list.


  4. Keep this spirit: everything sounds very appealing !! Is it possible to have a picture of the flags to have an idea of the general look ? Printing on linen seems to be a great idea.

  5. Hello,
    i don't have a picture yet, but I will post images once i have the final version here.

    Anyway, the most of the flags will cover typical Landsknecht flags, plus some extra flags for cities.

    Thank you,

  6. Hmmm....

    This could not possibly be a small line that never got published and has the same sculptor?