Tuesday, December 3, 2013


Here are all of the test sculpts brought together in a colourful montage of what is to come. This experimental phase was undertaken to give us a feel for the best way to go forward.

From this group of Swedes three body dollies have been selected to form the basis of infantry codes. These dollies will be supplemented by a further five to create the anatomical core of the Swedish rank and file. The master sculpts which produced these figures are now being cannibalised (I know, criminal sounding isn't it!). The above models will all be commercially available at some point in the future.

From this group of Russians three body dollies have been selected to be at the heart of the Russian infantry options. These will be supplemented by a further four dollies. Officers for both armies will be treated separately with many of the sculpts being unique and not reusable from a body dolly perspective.

The musketeer on the far right of this group will reappear in western European garb shortly and provide a  useful addition to the Warfare Miniatures offer for the Nine Years War. 

Exactly how we will approach the early war Russians has not yet been finalized but is in discussion.

Our investment group has accrued enough capital to make this project substantial. A late arrival group has further swelled the coffers meaning further options have opened up. To that end, any other interested parties can still be involved if they have a minimum of £250  GPB to invest, Please contact wordtwister@hotmail.co.uk .


  1. Love the Swedish Grenadier. Need some Karl and Mazepa figures as well!

  2. These are very nice figures. A really interesting project that I´m going to follow closely!

  3. More news shortly. We are cracking on with this.

  4. Hello! I'm now all fired up by the Great Northern Wae Wargaming... when will the Swedes and Russians be available from Warfare Miniatures? By the way, their website seemed hacked today...

  5. Thanks Teemu. First GNW stuff I hope in Early February. We are already selling a an early sculpt Swedish cavalry figure

    You saw hacking on the site? Where? We cleaned up a lot of malicious hacking during the New Year break and thought we were clean but if you've spotted something please let me know on email wordtwister@hotmail.co.uk. Thanks


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