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Hello Reaper community!

 

We are so glad to be back with a new project after finished our Reichguard Knights Kickstarter satisfactorily. We would like to say thanks again to everyone who supported us and shared our post! Thank you guys!

 

Right know we are still working on it, so Kickstarter is not open yet. We are designed two multipose model regiments and two monopose foot characters. Even if its not ready yer, we would like to share with you our first results.

 

This is the concept our our Spearmen.

 

Ulthuan-Elf-Elven-Lords-Swordmen-Spearme

 

An speaman with all his parts.

 

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Spearman 3d model.

 

Ulthuan-Elf-Elven-Lords-Swordmen-Spearme

 

We have a 360º video in our blog post, check it!

 

This is all that we can show now. We hope that you like our models, and we willa appreciate all your comments about!

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Thanks guys for your comments.

 

We are not at the beggining of the project, but we still have a long way to walk. Anyways we are glad that you like the design and will appreciate any comment or sharing.

 

Thanks again!

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Hmm yes, not much to see yet but I'm interested. I'd prefer wood elves but high elves will do

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Wait a second.. Is the project about to launch within a month-or-so? Otherwise, I think that this thread belongs in another sub-forum until it is getting closer? The elves look pretty alright, though. :)

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Thank guys for your comments!

 

We going to launch it as soon as possible. Right now we are working in some master molds.

 

I place the thread here, cause it will be a Kickstarter, but if I should change it, just let me know ;).

 

In this picture you can see spear size better. Long enought to avoid hit against others figures.

 

Ulthuan-Elf-Elven-Lords-Swordmen-Spearme

 

Thanks guys!

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I really hope these are taller and thinner than a standard human of the same size and scale.

 

I really like my elves to be tall and thin.  They can still be muscular yet tall and thin btw.

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This is a T 3D model, so remember that is not a pose ;)

 

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Whatever that you think about our elfs, please let us know!!!

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I am glad to hear that Knight!

 

Remember that we can mix bits, so we can do spearman with that light amour.

 

 

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