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Irongate Scenery - new resin company

Posted by Fire at Will on 08 Dec 2019, 22:38

Spotted these at the Recon show yesterday. Lots of Resin and MDF stuff mainly orientated at 28mm, though they do say they will consider scaling up/down. I bought some cannons, originally for my 28mm pirates, but bought more for my 20mm forces as the 9pdr seemed the right size along with the mortar.

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https://www.irongatescenery.co.uk/
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Posted by steve_pickstock on 09 Dec 2019, 00:59

They're nice but the barrel on the 9pdr looks a little short,
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Posted by Brok_Santatusca on 09 Dec 2019, 19:24

thanks for this information @Fire at Will!

I just asked Jordan of Irongate Scenery via e-mail, if he could provide the skeletons in 1/72.
He said it would be no problem! Probably you should just ask him, when you are interested in some of his stuff.
I hope that one could simply chose 1/72 scale at his webshop in the future :mrgreen:

It is especially nice as the old Caesar skeletons aren't avaible anymore and i dont like those Dark Alliance undead :-D

Skeleton set #1:
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Posted by Brok_Santatusca on 29 Jan 2020, 17:58

I just ordered a few figures from Irongate Scenery in 1/72 scale, take a look at the photo:

https://www.irongatescenery.co.uk/
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the two figures for comparison are a Zvezda Russian Warrior and a painted Caesar Skeleton 8)

As you see the size of the figures matches well. Also the printing quality is very good :-D :yeah:
However the material is quite brittle (resin), so it's likely that some thin parts could break.
Also the price is quite high (I paid the same price as 28mm scale)
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