I have been creating some test prints of these (photos soon) and I wasn't sure what the round pieces are on the bases? Some of my prints make them look like great gabions but I'm sure thats not the intention!
This is sort of an experimental model. I created this model by cutting up my 2:1 pike blocks. The idea is that, when you print this, the printer will be forced to create bayonet nubs that will print up above the level of the figures head. The nubs are the NCO rank, which don't need a bayonet to create an identification point; the position of the NCO identifies it as an NCO. The idea with these guys (and with the range in general) isn't necessarily to get an absolute perfect print. A lot of what I'm trying to do is to trick printers into creating a final product that can be painted to look like a unit of soldiers. These are "betas" because I haven't gotten around to printing them yet. If you're really into having an NCO rank, I'd suggest trying out the "deployed" units that I added recently. They've become quite popular, and are probably my best figures. They're at 1:1 figure ratio and have free-standing figures.
No problem! The Epic line are more detailed; they're just slightly larger (but not by much). To get to the updated Library, just go back to the email form Gumroads and click on the link. It will take you to the current Library. You can always get back to it that way and the newest models will be available on there. I only update the ZIP file every few months; to find the newest figures, scan down to the bottom of the long list of files. That's where the deployed figures are. I'm not sure if the deployed skirmishers in pairs at the proper deployment distance is in there. I'm in class at the moment, but afterwards, this afternoon, I'll check to make sure that the skirmish model is in there. If not I'll upload it. There are other skirmish models in the range already, but they aren't the "deployed" ones. I'll also be updating the cavalry officer bases (by making the base smaller).
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