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Wednesday, November 23, 2005 

Andrea Chronicles of Narnia

Came across this picture in another forum. There is a big big version of it, so just click on the image to see the thing in it's full glory.

My thought is that they are rather neat looking miniatures - but that isn't the first two things I notice. First off, that minotaur's axe is a bit bent. I wonder why the painter didn't bend it back into shape.


ASTERIX AND OBELIX! I love those two, they are my favorite gauls! If I was Ceasar, I'd let them sit on my Senate. I would love nothing more than to have these figures (Which are 54mm, if you haven't figured that out yet) They are BANG ON with the comic and cartoon characters.

I'd also love to get my hands on that Skull Hunter, that is one sharp looking Orc. Ithandir is a great example of what can be done with metallics.

Did I mention Asterix and Obelix? I did? Ok.

You can find Andrea Miniatures here.

I really like their Fallscrimjaeger model kit, as well as The Squire and his dog. I'd also like to one day try my hand at some 90mm models, like this Knight or this Roman Centurian.

There is also much to be said about their World War 1 and World War 2 collection of figures. I'd love to have the opportunity to paint up a Prussian soldier in a pickelhauben and/or Manfred von Richthofen.

And lastly - since we have lots of representation from the Gauls... I think I like every single Roman they have. And I can't forget Dr. Jones.

Boy, I hope these links work. :)

wow. Those 90mm are stunning!!

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