I came into this assuming that they'd have their tits hanging out and was not surprised to see I was right.
Is it too much to ask to have a selection of female models we can use in public without making people's wives/girlfriends/mothers and in general store owners mad at us?
If i may add to this thought,
I don't quite understand you Vinni I just don't.
you do good work, let it not be said that you don't yet you spend a lot time with half or fully naked girls. I don't say that from a moral point, but a practical one.
that niche of wargameing is saturated, if i typed 'female, 28mm model' I find Chease cakes more often then not. (and once I got a picture of what i like to think of as a surprised mark V female) frankly, I don't thing your doing enough to differentiate your self, and your good enough that i feel you deserve to be differentiated and known for more then just your model pinups.
yes you make other stuff, your Landsknechts range is surprisingly extensive and well done if i had a Empire army I'd look at it for commanders (assuming it's heroic scale to mesh right), but people who play pike and shot era games would likely go to other company that sell larger kits, like warlords game Imperialist Infantry, but I'm blowing smoke, i have no idea what your sales number are like, and if you keep makeing models like this then you must be selling them, so good on you.
I'm just saying, that if you had some sisters of battle for say, double irritating since you actually made four of them
for your portfolio, I (and likly a few hundred more given just how bloody hard sisters are to proxy and that your only major competition are still made of bloody metal) would get a full squad double quick!
i felt like I've said this before, lord knows I'm the kind of person who writes a post, but changes his mind before posting and walks away before saying anything so i might have but never posted it. If i have said it before, well bad on me then and i do apologize for. . . well being this guy
but, I don't think i have so I'll say my piece and. . . fade away. . .