Saturday, 2 May 2015

Footsore Miniatures Late Romans

Hi all,
I recived yesterday my order from footsore miniatures I have not used this company before so I was opened minded to what the end product was going to be like . Well I was blown away with the quality of the product . From beginning to end its been a great experience dealing with this company .
When I placed my order I liked the way there was a picture next to it how often do you click on a load of codes only to receive things you clicked on by mistake . So when you get updates about your order there are pictures of the product .
  As always that probably made no sense to you ! Bellow are some pictures of the sculpts and this is the meat and potatoes of this review . They are some of the best sculpts I have seen, lovely movement   In them they are really clean and I can see them taking paint well . I always think there are some very good sculptors out there but the castings themselves are often a let down but not as in this case . Very, very clean no flash and no worms ( nod towards the Perry Miniatures) only the faintest of mold lines, top work all round .
They came with wire spears (not clear on the web site) they were packed in bags and boxed well . So by the tone of the review you can tell I like these figures (they came with a bonus figure)  I take my hat off to the company for their attention to detail and there customer service .
So it's a big Furphy 10/10 to Footsore Miniatures !
 Thanks for stopping by .........
Regards Furphy .




5 comments:

  1. I've eyed this range up for ages since a trip to the Cirencester museum. If I ever did the period, I'd definitely start with footsore so glad the meet your expectations. Enjoy painting them!

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  2. Hi Phil,
    these are going to be for Chris's Dux Britaniarum campaign, I have to say the late Roman period never had a hold on me . If I went Roman it would be early imperial Rome, when I paint for my self it's normally something with a bayonet on it ! But these as I say are really cracking figures I thought once I had enough for the game I would add to them to form a late Roman army .
    Thanks for the comment Phil .
    Regards Furphy .

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  3. My Irish are waiting buddy..... :-)

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  4. Stu,
    the time it takes me to paint your Irish will need walking sticks and mobility scooters .
    Regards Furphy .

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