From TMP (update: copied links don't work so I'll add them myselft...):
The British Flank Company sets for Peninsular and Waterloo are now available from Victrix, and are starting to be shipped to distributors and retailers. They are 28mm figures, and there are 52 to a box for £19.95 GBP. We have now added a list of distributors and retailers to the website.
Also just added to the shopping cart are Victrix plastic bases. There are two sets. VXB001 consists of 40 x 20 by 20, 8 x 20 by 40 and 6 x 25 by 50 bases. VXB002 contains 24 x 40 by 40 bases. Each set is priced £4.50 GBP and can be found in accessories. These are suitable for Victrix fast-play Napoleonic rules and other popular commercial rulesets.
We have started adding some images of painted miniatures from some talented painters to the gallery, which you can find here.
More images will be going up soon of all the units we have had painted recently, depicting firing lines, marching, advancing and skirmishing, plus lots of conversions to show the endless variety you can achieve with the figures.
The French 1807 to 1812 set is well underway, and we are looking at early March for release. Images of some of the 3-up masters can be viewed in the 3-up gallery on the website here
The set will contain 60 miniatures including fusiliers, grenadiers and voltigeurs, plus command and flags.
The next set after the French is underway, and that will be announced near the end of the month.
An unexpected release of bases…
Those painted miniatures are wondurful aren't they (I especially like the Artmaster ones).
The French though… to me they seem to lack the charm of the Perry French or the Victrix British. But they're not finished yet so I won't moan too much yet!
What is really exciting is the promised announcement of the next set after the French. Up to now Perry and Victrix have been working on the same projects (Peninsular/Waterloo British and French) so I'm quite excited to see if Victrix break into new territory, such as Russians, Austrians, Hanoverians! (My German pronunciation is good, unlike my awful French…)