IRREGULAR MINIATURES LTD
This page tells you what we have just added to the site, and has "thumbnail" versions of any new pictures.
We have added a Hare to our 54mm Animals Range
Just a quick reminder to anyone in and around Newcastle tomorrow, we will be attending the Border Reiver Wargames Show at the Gateshead International Stadium. Please come down and give us a visit!
We have added pictures to our 15mm Aztec and Incas Range.
And our 15mm Indian Mutiny Range
We will be attending the Border Reiver Show in Newcastle on Saturday 7th September. Please email any Pre-Orders to Ian_kay@sky.com to save on postage and ensure we have what you want in stock.
We have added new Revolutionary/Early Napoleonic figures to our 54mm Napoleonics Range
We have added Pictures to several of our Ranges:
We have finished our 10mm Colonial British figures and added them to our 10mm Colonials Range.
We have added a Llama and Pack Llama to our 15mm Animals Range
We have also added pictures to our 15mm Renaissance to 18th Century. Moghul Indian / Persian and 28mm Moderns Ranges.
A look at the workbench: 10mm Colonial Brits
We have finished the Incas and added them to our 15mm Aztec and Inca Range
A look at the workbench, 15mm Inca variants and new llama and conche player masters.
We have also added pictures of our dismounted 28mm Adventure Knights
The Painting competition will be ending this week, please send all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
A look at the Workbench, 15mm Incas:
We will be attending the London Toy Soldier Show on Saturday the 29th June (http://www.toysoldiershow.co.uk/). So please feel free to preorder, we can also bring preorders from other scales if you would like to save on postage.
We have also added pictures of our 15mm Sikhs and 42mm Tree.
We have expanded our 15mm Indian Mutiny Sikhs Range:
|FSKH 7||Sikh Cuirassier cavalry|
|FSKH 8||Sikh Lancer cavalry|
|FSKH 9||Sikh regular infantry firing|
|FSKH 10||Sikh regular infantry drummer|
|FSKH 11||Sikh regular infantry in summer dress standing|
|FSKH 12||Sikh summer dress standard bearer|
|FSKH 13||Sikh summer dress officer|
|FSKH 14||Sikh tribal infantry with sword|
|FSKH 15||Sikh tribal infantry with musket|
|FSKH 16||Sikh lady|
We will be attending the Durham show on Saturday the 8th of June, Pre-order now to ensure we have what you want (and to save on postage). Please send all Pre-orders to email@example.com
We have also added pictures to three of our ranges:
We have also added pictures of our 28mm Anti-Elephant Carts.
Here's a look at the Workbench, Left: 54mm Swedish infantry of 1900, Center: WW1 Russian cavalry, Right: Empire body good for WW1/2 Russians, Sepoys, etc.
Another look at the Workbench, Left: 20mm Abyssinian, Center: 15mm Sikh, Right: 10mm Zulu
We have also added a picture to our 20mm Napoleonics Range
We have added pictures to two of our ranges.
We have finally finished our 15mm & 28mm Anti-Elephant carts.
|RC113||Roman 4 wheeled anti-elephant cart with 3 crew manning scythe and flaming pole! Pulled by 4 oxen.|
|IP71||Roman 4 wheeled anti-elephant cart with 3 crew manning scythe, fork and flaming pole! Pulled by 4 oxen.|
We have added pictures to several of our ranges
Here's a look at the workbench, our new 28mm Anti-Elephant Wagon is almost finished. Just needs a couple more crew and two more side pieces. It will be out soon
We have added pictures to several of our Ranges
All figures cast in white metal.
* 2mm & 6mm figures in ready based strips.
* 10mm-75mm figures priced & sold individually.
* Click on the links at the bottom of the screen to explore the catalogue.
* As our figures are sold separately, and there is no minimum order you only have to spend a pound or two to see what our models are like. For this reason we don't send out free samples.
Thanks to everyone who allowed their figures to be photographed for this website. Nik Harwood, Phil Ball, Francis Elyard, Julian Hammond, Tony Hughes, Carl Luxford, Stephen Priest, Naser Rasool, John Reidy, Robbie Roddis, Peter Rowley, Andrew Taylor, Geoff Brown, David Kirk, Ed Meuller, J Duncan, Mats Gregor, Robin Garrity, Tim Peterson, Brian Vernon-Rees, Antonio Palermo, Martyn Henderson, Max Scirea, Mike Raper, Marco Peterman, Joe Mays, Alan Cook, Andrew Thom, Stephen Montague, Marco Boetti, Paul Fricker, Donald & Gaelyn Hauser & Matthew Hoff.
Thanks to Joseph Bell for initial website development, Tim Peterson for his unstinting advice on improvements, Steve Royen for continuing development, and everyone who submitted photos.