Victoria Miniatures has just released two new sets of models and a pack of heads for their modular kits (or anything else you might find a use for).
Victoria is on something of a roll right now. A new store and several releases in the last few weeks. If you like high quality miniatures and something a little out of the ordinary, you can’t go wrong with Victoria’s wares.
Victoria Miniatures has updated their website with a new platform for their online store. From Victoria’s announcement:
I am very pleased to be able to finally have a dedicated online shop for my miniature range. Please take a look around and let me know what improvements could be made. Creating this shop has been a big learning curve so please contact me if you spot any problems.
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I have always been a fan of Victoria’s Spanish Inquisition and her characters for Labyrintus, which are like haunting vestiges from a juvenile dream. But it’s her recently released “conversion bits” and “conversion kits” that have impressed me the most (see Riflemen of the Victorian Guard below for some examples). I’m definitely getting some of these for my on-again-off-again pulp scifi project.
On another note, entries for Victoria Miniatures and Victoria Lamb have been added to the wiki, which, as of this writing is still just getting off the ground, but will continue to grow as new entries are added daily. (Do a search for “Alchemists of Dirz,” for example, to see some of what’s been added this week.)