First of many.

We have some images of our 28mm plastic models.

The plastic tooling process means that you don’t get the actual figures until you are really close to the launch. However, I got a few of the models from the sprue photographed yesterday, please find a photo of the first. Obviously, there will be more, and painted versions as soon we get them.

A number of the figures (7) have a separate right arm holding a spear.  We have just one figure photographed below, but with the same arm in different positions. With 5 different arms you can now model various poses for each individual figure. The arms with the holes fit on the models with studs, meaning they are all completely interchangeable. Click the thumbnails below to view the images in higher detail.

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The separate arms will allows you to add other weapon choices to your army –  there is a unit with bows coming soon too.

The figures push into the square base. I think the detail the toolmakers, Renedra Limited, have captured at 28mm are truly amazing.

These models were designed to capture the arrogance and haughty nature of the elves, but also just how lethal they are in combat.

The spears are designed to stab through armour, the shields have sharp edges used for cutting and hacking, and  … enough, I digress.

Please enjoy the images. Let me have your comments.

Ronnie Renton

11 Comments

  1. These look good, and more detailed than they previously appeared. Not quite as spindly as they looked, but still a little thin. I think some heftier shoulderpads would help.

    Are they 28mm heroic or just plain 28mm?

    • They are true 28mm and about the shoulder pads, there are extra armour pieces on the sprue that can be used to make the armour look a bit heavier.

      On the different 10-man sprues there will be a casualty model that can be used for different things like a wound counter, objective marker or scenery.

      Right now we will focus on making miniatures, but down the line who knows what might happen.

  2. I have in my hands a bunch of the Elven Scouts and they are AWESOME! … in reply to the other poster here, they are about the same size as GW elves but with sharper detailing.

  3. I got a sample through the mail today, thank you for this!

    They look fantastic and the casting is razor sharp. Great job and I wish you all the luck for the future!

    -Gerrie aka Corvus

  4. I love them. They are definitely on my to buy list. I would like to see photos of the Scouts too.
    Is there a possibility to get a sample?

    best regards
    Paul

  5. There are some good sprue photos on the web nowwhich will definatly get me buying. You should put some here. I hope you put casualties on all your ranges because that is the clincher for me.

  6. I just have seen the sprue and it is fantastic!
    What can we expect for the Elven range in the future? Will there be cavalry, chariots and heroes?

    As a suggestion: what´s about a separate weapons and heads sprue? With sword arms (left and right) and halberds for example. I also would like to see some heads without helms.

    best regards
    Paul

  7. These look very nice. Are there plans to have 25mm square bases for the elves to plug into or will it just be the 20mm? As a player of a generic fantasy war game (Armies of Arcana) which uses 25mm bases it would be nice to have them availible. Cheers – keep up the good work 🙂

  8. i would like to congratulate you on the figures, i cant wait for your undead range and glad to see a company that doesnt treat thier gamers with contempt and screw them on prices. I will definately be getting some elves and can look forward to making a truly huge army without needing to take out a second mortgage. well done

  9. The miniatures look very nice! Congratulations on the sculpting and the design.

    I would like to get in touch with someone from the company in order to discuss some overseas business.

    Cheers

  10. got my army on tues guys, thanks again, these guys are even better in person!!!

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