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Posted by Speira Miniatures on 20 Nov 2020, 15:15

The first of the Grenadier casualties has just been released

https://www.speira.net/product/french-g ... oing-down/

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Posted by raph86 on 20 Nov 2020, 16:39

I couldn't resist and I have just placed an order for you to paint your few Napoleonic figurines.
You will have the photos in priority.
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Posted by raph86 on 20 Nov 2020, 16:59

Two small remarks about your US WW2 figurine, the bazooka tiger is missing the colt 45 charger pouch on the belt.
The crouching US shooters can't shoot in this position otherwise they will end up with their ass on the ground especially with a Garand or FM bar.
Otherwise your WW2 range is really superb.
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Posted by marc zijp on 20 Nov 2020, 18:19

Nice grenadier casualty!

Hope (a lot) more will follow!
For it’s actually simple as 1 2 3: the more poses, the more variety, the more attractive for dioramabuilders, like me. And the more I will finally buy.
And I won’t mind to have rather generic (dead/wounded) poses. Too dramatic stand out to much so in that case I will only buy one.

But much promising!
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Posted by carlosfaro on 21 Nov 2020, 11:09

Speira Miniatures wrote:Just got this picture from a customer,
Could be good to see some of our figure and not only 3d renders of figures that will come
Painted by Emil Krouthén

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Indeed that is the Next step to all us to realize all the potentíal in Speira production :)

These germans look quite good..Are they pursuing some partisans or are they fleeing from enemy material superiority?
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Posted by Speira Miniatures on 21 Nov 2020, 12:43

@raph86
Thank you for your order!
Regarding the WW2 figures so are they made in cooperation with a sculptor so we may not do any changes to them, so they are what they are.

@Marc
It was meant to be a causality in the firing line, but yes I agree, need small changes to have more variation in the lines.

@carlosfaro
I heard they are running to Speira web shop to see the latest releases ;)
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Posted by Speira Miniatures on 21 Nov 2020, 13:53

Due to Covid in the world, so are the grey color that we usually have hard to get, so we will change to light beige instead.
The models will have the same details just harder to catch on photo.
We hope you like it and thanks for your understanding!
(Models in the picture are scale 1/72)

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Posted by Peter on 21 Nov 2020, 20:02

As far you stay producing your figures, I never mind what color they are! It can all be solved with a primer or basecoat! ;-)
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Posted by Kekso on 24 Nov 2020, 14:41

Got your figures today... I will buy from you again, that's for sure ;)
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