20mm Russian Tankers released

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20mm Russian Tankers released

Postby cp models » 08 Apr 2013

New additions to our 20mm World War II range

Russian Tank Crews

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Half-figures for tank/vehicle hatches ect

Hopefully they will prove useful to somebody out there

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Re: 20mm Russian Tankers released

Postby fscunha » 08 Apr 2013

I think I´ll use the last as early IDF tankers :good: :good: :good:
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Re: 20mm Russian Tankers released

Postby Arvaker » 08 Apr 2013

Good news bit to be honest it feels a bit wrong to release it under the TQD title since it is an entirely different sculptor. Would be better to create a new brand name for these figures in my humble opinion.
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Re: 20mm Russian Tankers released

Postby Piers » 08 Apr 2013

Why?

Its his company...

Lots of makers use multiple sculpters for ranges, why confuse customers with different names... Suicide from a commercial point of view.


Nice figs though, I will get some for my FotR stuff.
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Re: 20mm Russian Tankers released

Postby cp models » 08 Apr 2013

To be honest Daniel I did wonder about whether to intergrate them into TQD or not but to be honest they have been scaled to fit in with the TQD ranges and personally I dont think it's a major problem to have the odd set sculpted by a different sculptor as most people are quite happy to mix different ranges anyway

The other point is that these are really a one-off as I think Patrick has done three WWII sets for me and from this point on Tony will be doing any figure additions to the TQD WWII ranges

Other sculptors are only likely to be used for 20mm ranges that Tony would not be interested in, Fantasy figures for example

Glad you guys liked them

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