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4 New Codes of Sepoy Infantry Now Available

Posted on 2 February, 2016 at 11:35

4 news codes of sepoys have just gone on sale with Empress. (Eight more are hard on their heels).

Bengal Native Infantry Flagsheets

Posted on 28 January, 2016 at 18:40

The 6 new flagsheets for the Bengal Native Infantry are now for sale in the Empress Miniatures webstore. 

You can see them here on the Products Page. 

Mutineer units shaping up

Posted on 10 January, 2016 at 0:10

We've put some new photographs in the Rebel Forces Section of the Miniatures Gallery Page. You'll need to scroll down to the bottom of the page. They show the new mutineer codes in larger groups, to give you an idea of what units might look like. Worth a scoot at if you've nothing better to do just now!   

New photography

Posted on 8 January, 2016 at 0:05

We've put up better photography of the 4 new Mutineer command codes and the 4 new BNI infantry codes on the Workbench Page. 

Head variant codes

Posted on 24 December, 2015 at 7:40

Four new codes of sepoy head variants on the Workbench Page. 

Merry Christmas Everybody

Posted on 23 December, 2015 at 19:05

We've just put up the first of the Mutineer Command, Bengal Native Infantry regulars, on the Workbench Page here and on the Facebook Page. Hope you like 'em. 

More importantly it's very nearly Christmas, so I'd like to wish all IDM customers Merry Christmas and the very best of New Years to you and yours. May 2016 bring you everything you wish for.  Thanks too for your support, enouragement, kind words and financial investment in our little toys over the outgoing year.

Have a great break. 

With all best wishes as ever

Mike

Yet more mutineers

Posted on 19 November, 2015 at 11:20

There are 4 more new codes of mutineer infantry on the 'Workbench' page and a new bulletin on the Customer Bulletin Page (where else!). The pictures of the first three codes of mutineers have moved to the 'Products' page. As soon as we get some painted we'll open up a new Mutineers' gallery on the...yes you've guessed it...the 'Miniatures Gallery' page. The headline point from the bulletin is that we anticipate having about 60 sepoy infantry on the go by late Jan-early Feb. Don't spend too much at Xmas!!  

'Warfare' at Reading. Release of first new Mutineer codes.

Posted on 12 November, 2015 at 16:35

The second crew for Maude's Battey and the first three sepoy infantry codes (still on display at the workbench page) will be available at the Empress trade stand this weekend, (Saturday and Sunday, Rivermead Leisure Centre, Reading), and will go up in their online shop over the next couple of weeks. We've held these back a bit so as to close up the gap between sculpting windows, with the result that some more new stuff can follow in tolerably quick succession (hopefully). There are six new flagsheets for the 57th, 53rd, 42nd, 17th,10th and 1st Bengal Native Infantry ready to go. We're not releasing these just yet, because there are not yet any sepoy ensigns to march about with them and also because we'll be giving a few away with big orders of mutineers and we want a few more codes of mutineers on stream before we bundle up the deal for you. 

Worth remembering that the best (cheapest) way to buy the artillery is bundled up with 6 bullocks, limber, gun, 4 figure crew and 2 drivers in the big set. Keep an eye on those sepoys!

Mutineer Infantry - Workbench update

Posted on 27 August, 2015 at 11:45

The Workbench Page has been updated with more and improved imagery of the three new mutineer infantry codes and the second British gun-crew.

Sepoy Infantry now on the Workbench Page

Posted on 19 August, 2015 at 7:35

How exciting! On the 'Workbench' page you can now see the first three codes of Sepoy infantry and, no surprise, we've been treated to more cracking good sculpting by Hicks Pasha. In the captions there you will see a comprehensive steer as to what precisely we intend to produce by way of regular sepoy infantry - which should be distinctly helpful to our customers for unit planning purposes. This will enable you to invest in new releases, as they come on stream, in a logical fashion and in the right quantities to fit your own particular need.  

Having recently finished painting some skirmishing and 'charge bayonets' figures for HM 84th (The York and Lancaster) Regiment, we have also added some new imagery to the 'Miniatures Gallery'.


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