And what are the figures like? In my opinion, absolutely sensational. The equal of the best of anything in 25/28mm. Yes, they are definitely on the large side (to the extent that I think I will use only 3 figures to a 40mm wide infantry base instead of 4), and there is a bit of flash to clean up, but these have got to be the only choice for the best figures to use for a 15mm, 17th Century Pike and Shot army. My biggest concerns now are a lack of faith in my basic wargaming-standard painting skills to do these figures suitable justice, and that once I finish building an army with these figures I may then become incapable of ever again being satisfied with 15mm miniatures of a lesser quality.
Here are some sample photos representative of what I purchased, shot straight out of the pack, unpainted and uncleaned, in order to show you what the figures look like when they arrived:
|TYC104 - Pikemen, breast-and-back|
|TYF109 - Musketeers preparing the arms|
|TYC205 -Cuirassiers, 3/4 armour, closed helm, pistol|
As I get units for this army finished, I'll post some more photos to show how they turned out with some paint slapped on them.