|Mixes best with:||Probably most of the older ranges that cover this period.|
|Long Review:||Yet another period that my info is very shaky on. I will judge these figures purely on their sculpting and what I have been able to glean on the period in a (very) short browse on the web and a few dimly-recalled memories in assorted wargames magazines.
These figures are done in a neat, clean style with average detail and anatomy. The legs appear somewhat spindly and the heads look a trifle large. The poses are pretty generic, but I suspect that they'll paint up a lot better than they look in bare metal. The general appearance looks like what I'd expect to see of figures of this period (based on the old WRG books and a quick browse of the web).
|Commentary:||Good figures which should paint up very easily.|
|Historical Accuracy:||These figures donated by Simon Lee.|
|Sculpting:||Average. This set is showing their age in terms of the sculpting style.|
|Casting:||Average. Ther is a little mould slippage and some cleaning, but not excessively so.|
|Sources:||These figures donated by Simon Lee.|
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