A range of Napoleonic wargame figures designed to be compatible with Hinton Hunt figures - (22mm from bottom of foot to eye level)
Commissioned by Ron Marshall for personal use and as a labour of love although made available to others at near cost price to help defray costs of the limited runs.
Designed and sculptured by Andy Stadden (son of the renowned Charles Stadden)

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Austrian Cuirassiers in Stock

Cuirassiers are now in stock and can be ordered - see 'Cuirrasiers' page on the left

Pictures by Jay Stribling

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

New Austrian Marching Masters go to the Caster

I have received some (not very good quality pictures) of some of the Masters for the Austrian Marching figures.
I have added Photo-Shopped images also to try and show more detail.
Needless to state that the actual masters are of the same excellent quality produced by Andy Stadden as a norm.
All of the masters are now completed and will now be sent to the Caster for moulding.
These figures all come with separate muskets for user assembly.
The reason is that I have found with lots of other figures that eventually as moulds deteriorate the musket 'joins' the head.
Consequently some of the figures must have there arms slightly bent into position after the musket is attached.
This also allows some degree of customization.

AN01, AN31, AN61 and AN151 - Front

Drastic Photo-Shopped

AN01, AN31, AN61 and AN151 - Left

Drastic Photo-Shopped

AN01, AN31, AN61 and AN151 - Rear

Drastic Photo-Shopped

AN01, AN31, AN61 and AN151 - Right

Drastic Photo-Shopped

There are 6 marching figures total which are:-
AN01 German Fusilier in Helmet
AN91 Hungarian Fusilier in Helmet
AN31 German Fusilier in Shako
AN121 Hungarian Fusilier in Shako
AN61 German Grenadier
AN151 Hungarian Grenadier

Hopefully they will be ready soon!

The Cuirassiers are Ready!

The Austrian Cuirassiers have at last been moulded and cast and the first batch are on the way to me now - as soon as I receive them I will add a price and purchase details page on the blog.

I had some sent direct to Jack Hixon who financed these figures and he says they are gorgeous!

Thanks again Jack!