Post by stevelortz on Feb 25, 2013 11:38:02 GMT -9
I just received my Greenhold Infantry figures in the mail today, and am well pleased with them!
They fit Jim's original criteria of looking as good on the tabletop as painted metal or plastic figures. They are very easy to assemble and edge, and they are true 28mm figures (which I measure as 25mm from the sole of the foot to the eyeball), so they go very well with some of the hard plastic historical 28mm figures on the market.
If I was intending to build a large army, I'd prefer something I could print vast hordes of myself, but I can't think of anything more ideal for small skirmish games. The cost may be more per figure than printing my own, but it's still much less than metal or plastic, and requires minimal preparation, instead of gluing and painting (or gluing and cutting).
Well done, Pasiphilo! Two (unsliced) thumbs up! I'm looking forward to future releases.
Have fun! Steve
Last Edit: Feb 25, 2013 11:40:07 GMT -9 by stevelortz
I'm sorry I don't have time to take some pics. Because this product is of the highest quality, and not just from the an artistic point of view ( that it is already, but all of us know it )
Excellent packaging, professional components ... bases, figures ... All.
I definitely prefer the figures in the white trim style (because they allow a greater details' visibility, the transparent base that does not affect the figure's visibility ... ), but this is just a my personal preference that doesn't affect other figures' ( in black trim style ) quality.
I am really really very very satisfied. ;D
Thank you very much from Italy, Joe.
PS: Now I have to alert the B&B author that his paper minis have arrived.
I'm glad you're enjoying them, Rhannon! Thanks so much for your continued support and for posting such generous feedback! Cheers! (-:
It is the simple truth Joe. As long as I have not received the package, I did not know directly the your commercial offer's high quality ( it prescinds from artistic quality ).
transparent package, sticky figures ... As soon as I can I post some pictures of them. And with the next order I will take at least another one or two sets for each. For these eight I did not have the courage to open them. A lot like collectible trading cards. They must be left closed. ;D ;D ;D
PS: I'm late with the answer to you. I'm sorry. In this time I have a serious situation in the family .. A few days and I reply calmly.
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