At last, a day off! Seemed like a good morning to paint up another sample 40mm 3d printed resin figure from Chris Parker's Day of Battle web store.
The figure came with seperate arms and a choice of 2 heads. Again its a close match in size and bulk with Sash & Sabre 40's and thus compatible with a number of 40mm companies' figures.
The arms had a sort of ball joint so it was possible to insert them into the socket in the shoulder and rotate them into various positions. A rather innovative design I thought.
The figure comes without a base, as usual, so I glued him onto my standard single figure washer base.
Given the quality, I'd recommend them based on that, but when you consider the price as well I would definitely buy more, (and some canoes!) if I were to return to Last of the Mohicans inspired wargaming.
Note: It seems I relied on memories of how expensive 40mm miniatures seemed 15 years ago when I was buying tem, I failed to check current prices and the difference bewteen metal and 3d printed seems to be minimal.
***** 5 Stars on this range.
Coming soon(ish): some sample medieval Scots being quietly mugged and forced to serve in the 16thC (because I'm not replacing my antique 25mm Scots), and a big, burley, wild looking, guy with a huge axe. (!?)
Coming before that: A wargame! What sort? Well, we'll see!