|My Waiteri tribe was made using Bronze Age Miniatures 54mm generics as a base.|
|Some of the best times on my work table were spent creating|
these (and many more) post-apocalyptic characters.
So what are "generics?" Only about the greatest tool for those wanting to learn to use green stuff. David's (Mr. Bronze Age, himself) generic figures are fully sculpted dollies with nothing on them but muscles and attitude. They await only to be clothed, armed and armored as you see fit. I found them a few years ago while looking for some inexpensive 54mm figures to turn into cavemen to play Tusk, and I've ordered many more since then.
|This is what you get when you buy|
a generic figure. (Photo taken
from the Bronze Age website.)
I buy from Bronze Age exclusively for the generics, but they also have some other great figures, I like the look of the barbarians, and the (John Carter) 32mm sci fi figures are among the best of that genre I've ever seen. Have a look!
Photo noteI switched to a black background (requested for some freelance work,) and I like it; the camera's auto color settings seem to work best with the new background. The colors in the new photos, at least on my monitor, are about the truest color I've been able to attain.
Now, I just need to find a new background; the current one was made buy hanging one of my favorite shirts beneath and behind the minis. And I want that shirt back, now :)