Chronscope minis we'd like to see thread 2
Posted 12 February 2009 - 09:57 AM
Action Heroes along the lines of Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris, Mr. T, Stallone (Rambo) Arnold, etc.
Ash from Evil Dead/Army of Darkness
Chain Smoking Occult Investigator in a Trenchcoat (John Constantine)
Vodoo Priest with Top Hat, possible skull mask
Space Knights - Either kind of like Jedi or ROM. Both could be interesting.
Posted 13 February 2009 - 09:35 AM
Rocketeers. Pulp and a modern version. Maybe GUARD jump troops for Modern.
Nurse. Typical horror movie style. More of a Naughty Nurse. Different arms. Shotgun, something you might find in a hospital as a weapon, and an empty hand.
French Maid. Could have arms similar to nurse.
Butler. Could have arms similar to nurse.
Wasteland Mauraders. THink Lord Humungous and his guys from Road Warrior.
HAZMAT guys. Maybe GUARD Hazmat.
Posted 14 February 2009 - 09:24 AM
Posted 14 February 2009 - 08:59 PM
Also again purely on a personal note... I'd like to see some gaslight era miniatures... (circa 1860's to 1890's.) mainly just some trench coated figures with gaslights/period attire.
I'd also like to see some larger sized monsters.. similar to the behol.... er... eye monster... that was produced a while back. Maybe something like a large demonic turtle?
Posted 15 February 2009 - 11:36 PM
A guy on a motorcycle.
They rider should be removable though, so that you can mount him on something else (like a speeder bike )!
More WWII figures would be nice. Not just those intended for ROTD, but more generalized, like Germans who are actually alive and well, figures from various navies and air forces, resistance fighters, etc. Also (and not to offend anyone), I think that the detail on the current WWII figures could be improved upon. In particular, I think the weapons need some more work. A lot of the barrels are just too thick (especially the Luger and MP-40), and I as yet am unable to find an historical arm which matches the weapon used by the US sniper. Also, the US sergeant has some issues. I think the hand grenade on his webbing is a modern design (I'm not 100% sure of this). Also, although his weapon is a tommy, he is wearing ammo pouches for an M1 Garand.
Posted 17 February 2009 - 09:50 AM
High School Kids. Letter Jacket, Cheerleader, Nerds, Etc. For horror type games
I would also like to see a beaver. In college I made a movie called Demonic Beaver about a killer beaver. I can't seem to find a beaver miniature anywhere. I'd really like to game Demonic Beaver. I'm sure I'm the only one though.
Posted 17 February 2009 - 10:20 PM
Small Town Sheriff
If they do a small town sheriff his thumbs NEED to be hooked into his belt loops...
If bad movies like "Laserblast" have taught us anything it's that small town sheriffs have their thumbs hooked in their belt buckles *nods*
Posted 19 February 2009 - 04:27 PM
OTOH, I would love to see modern military, like US troops in BDUs/ACUs. I think it would be awesome, AWESOME, AWESOME! if there was a range of '70s era non-Vietnam US troops. I'd use them for modern gaming, but think about all the zombie movies done with the old Army uniforms and M-16A1s!
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Posted 20 February 2009 - 10:12 AM
Beast of Bray Road
Deep Sea Divers
Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde
His Merry Men and others
Posted 28 February 2009 - 02:15 AM
Posted 01 March 2009 - 02:24 PM
One of my favorite loves is the 19th Century and more specifically the Victorian period. Industrial Revolution and all of that. But I have always been disappointed in the lack of Miniatures for this time period.
This would be things like Victorian Era Ladies, Gentlemen, Ragamuffins, and ect.
When I saw the Sherlock Homes Miniature this made me very excited at the prospect of more miniatures for this time period.
Miniatures for Sherlock Homes Villains, and other SteamPunk/Gaslight themas would be very cool additions. Some ideas include.
-Late 19th Century/WWI style infantry and soldiers (WWI Germans and Britsh would be cool.)
-Victorian/Gothic Mad Scientists (Think Dr.Frankenstein, the Invisable man.)
-Gothic Horror (Victorian era Vampires, Zombies, Wearwolfs, Ghosts)
-H.G. Wells Fiction. So The Time Machine, War Of the Worlds for example (As described in the book. Not any of the crappy movies.)
Edit: *Hive-fives murakumo*
Apart from that the only thing I'd really like to see is more poses for the Reich of the Dead line. Right now we only have one poses for the basic rifles. (Two if you count the sniper.)
Considering these guys would make up the majority of a army this is alittle disappointing. I personally would like to see 3-5 diffrent poses for the basic rifle. So that way poses could be mixed and matched as to hide repeating poses in the squads. a Crouched Firing, and a pose with them turning the bolt both standing and crouched would make a very good firing squad.
Also we got big foot now. Some more Cryptids would also be a great addition to the line. Here is a awesome list of Cryptids I found that could be used for ideas to explain the line.
The Chronscope line has quickly become one of my favorite miniature lines, and I hope to soon make some orders from it! (I had to finish other miniatures after all!)
Sorry if I just said alot in one go. I've just been psyched about this new line. And the Jack the Ripper and Sherlock Homes miniatures have just utterly got me pyched. I don't know what I would realy do with them. Maby do a Table Top RPG?
I just love the possibility here, and would love to try and sneak some steam punk into a 40k army some day. Or Maby use in a Victorian Themed City Fight board.
Posted 06 March 2009 - 06:26 PM
And being the cool, motorcycle riding, 63 yr. old that he is, he would like to see a "nude chick" on a bike.
Not in the 28mm scale, but in 54mm instead. (like I said he's 63, and he can't see the detail in the 28's. Even with his glasses.)
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