Tuesday, 16 April 2013

warfairy.net is online

warfairy.net is finally online and working with the first four 15mm fantasy products now available.






Rooted Treefolk, deceased forest spirits living on in the hearts of trees
Gnome Snipers, few descendants of a once great ancient race of gnomes fallen to magic and technology
The Jabberwocor, a fearsome and weird creature, believed to be legendary by most


As a thank-you to everyone who didn't write us off while waiting there will be 10% off off everything until the 30th of april.


We'll constantly establish and buld up various little ranges in all of which fairies will be present, one way or the other. There'll be bigger creatures too, and , at some point, a few historical miniatures.

These ranges will include miniatures for your 15mm fantasy or sci-fi games and projects, be it skirmish games, dungeoncrawl or army battles.



Things have been sorted out, the sun is shining here, it feels like summer, what a great day! I'm excited to see where this leads. Feel free to share this to anyone interested, of course :) !


Cheers, 

                  Nico  :)

8 comments:

  1. I already made my order. This is amazing stuff, great cast and good price!!!

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    1. Much appreciated Flo, I'm glad you like it :)!

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  2. Hurray!!!!! You´re back. Until the 30th? I place my order soon....and spread the word as well.

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    1. Good to be welcomed like that :)! Yeah, it's been a while since I posted, I've still been following blogs though - Thanks for spreading the word, you safe the day :)

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  3. I just placed an order for the Jabberwocor and rooted Treefolk. I've only just dipped my toe into 15mm fantasy gaming and this week started work on some Copplestone dwarves. I've also got some scenery (hills and trees) done. I'm really looking forward to seeing this range grow. Any idea when the Ogre's might appear?

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    1. Cheers Gareth !

      Thanks for your order, the minis should be on their by now.

      15mm fantasy brings great opportunities, I say it's the best compromise when it comes to size and detail. Yeah, the Copplestone dwarves are great, Mark's got some talent for warrior-types and while his 28mm stuff is good his 15's are amazing.

      Good question about the ogres, thanks for asking!
      I had to take a break from things miniature-related for about a month thus didn't work on them since april. Last that happened was a few headless but otherwise done bodies popping out of their master-moulds; the heads I'll redo, they turned out to be cartoonishly big.

      I'll finish them alongside the djinns after I finished a commission first, so I can't really tell when :)

      Cheers.

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    2. I painted the miniatures and have posted them up on my blog. I'm not the greatest painter in the world, but I hope you like 'em:

      http://drumsdeep.blogspot.co.uk/2013/06/its-not-size-that-counts.html

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    3. Thanks for the link, Gareth, I'll have a look and leave a comment :)

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