Friday, 11 January 2019

Back to work - all orders processed - suggestions welcome

Hello figurine collectors everywhere, this is an update to tell everyone that all orders have been processed and the shop is running as usual.

At Hegemony we are hard working with the new set, the WW1 Chasseurs Alpins (a bit late for the 100 years of WW1, but better late than never). We have received some suggestion of what should be our next new set.

If you have any ideas, we are open to suggestions. If you are very eager to see a special set done, just let us know so, and tell your friends to send us emails asking for the same set, then there will be more chances to get what you want.

Best Regards and have a prosperous 2019 to all.

10 comments:

  1. Can you reissue Babylonian and the Atlantean's

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    1. Babylonians would have to resculpted as the prototypes and moulds were damaged. We would have to see in how much interest there would be in the Atlanteans.

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  2. Far East/Chinese civilians for 1900-1950 (Warlord era, Civil war) etc.

    Wild West civilians.

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    1. Thanks for the suggestions. We have considered making Civilians of different regions and eras of the world. We'll see how much demand has the WW2 Civilians and go from there.

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  4. Also Africa 1870-1960 civilians: woman with quern-stones, small chiddren, sitting elder, animal herder, craft worker, etc.

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  5. Especially ancient & medieval themes! Yes, please Atlanteans, Babylonians again! And Minoans? Heroes & beasts from greek mythology?

    Also possible early modern - grenadiers using grenades, Carriers for little mortar, Morion-helmet wearing conquistadores (also mounted)

    Or famous (film & real) western figures & pirates (think on bartholomew Portuguez on a wine-bottle-raft...).
    Don't know if it's in your interest to make big models, if yes a Pentecontere & sloop would be nice.

    What's missing for each era & culture are civilians & workers.

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    1. Many thanks for your suggestions. The Grenadiers is a very good idea, something tremendously overseen in the modelling hobby and general history as well. We will consider all suggestions.

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    2. Good to hear, thank you. If you decide to go into the Grenadiers may i suggest that you keep hand-mortars (the rifle-like grenade launchers, don't know if they have a special term) in mind? They were used for action around fortified situations but there's no figure at all, as far as i know.

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  6. Please if possible consider the following themes that have been ignored in 1/72 scale:

    -Romans 180-300 a.d
    -Modern european armies (italians, spanish, poles...)
    -French army in Indochina 1953-54
    -Italian wars of independence 1848
    -British army in Afghanistan 1840

    I thank you so much

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