It has been almost a month since my last post. We continue to tests and develop the early medieval figure sets. Production will start in late October. At this stage we are confident we will have 4 to 6 different sets ready at launch. Above is part of the Anglo-Saxon family set. Things are still in development and a few things can change.
Here is the head of the family. He is scouting the country side looking for any dangers that might lurk in the distance.
Here is the Monarch of the family. She is returning home after gathering some berries.
Here is the eldest Son returning from the village market with some bread.
Here is the Daughter gathering some branches for the fire.
Here is the youngest Son. Is he running around playing or maybe to warn his family about something?
Here is a picture of the family in one of the resins we are currently testing. It is hard to get detailed pictures with my camera with the material. The foam house in the background is by Atherton Scenics.
Here is a test print on one of the houses we have designed. The house properly will be available early next year.
Here are some different resins being tested and some other brands to show size comparison. We will be making colors to match the plastic Conte medieval toy soldiers. The miniatures will also be scaled to be close to the size of the plastic Conte medieval figures and the W. Britain medieval figures.
Here are some of the redesigned figures that we have been developing earlier this year.
We will have a display at the Columbus Toy Soldier Show of the available sets. Plus some of the prototypes. The show will take place on on October 17th. For more information about the show visit this link, http://www.mwtoysoldier.com/Shows.html.
We will have more updates in the coming weeks. This is only a preview of things to come. That is it for now. Thank you for reading.