Hasslefree Miniatures website

Another website published something interesting about minis?
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You may already know, but I just have found it out that....

.. the Hasslefree Miniatures website was updated!

I love the new design! And what do you think?
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Post by Corvus »

It's cool, but does this mean the one at Jenova.dk isn't going to be updated anymore?
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Post by Lai »

very nice new site theme....their range of mini has grown esponentially. maybe i have to buy something...
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I'm going to order soon: Liberty standing on that corpse is my absolute favorite :)
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Yep, this Libby is awesome :D

and I think this site is replacing the old one...
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Post by Hasslefriesian »

Yes, as far as I'm aware, the old site will be taken down in favour of something else Inge has planned that should be appearing on the ".com" address instead of the ".co.uk" one. We own both domains and, again as far as I'm aware, Inge gets to play with the one we wont be using.
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Post by Kenneth »

Hi Kevin. You got active on the HB site just as I was fading into obscurity. :) I'm mainly a skirmish gamer/mini-an-hour painter, and after checking out your reworked site (lots added since last time I visited) it seems your minis would be great for RPGs (do some of that too). I vote for more dwarfs, btw. :)

Kenneth
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Post by Hasslefriesian »

Dwarves? No problem :) I like Dwarves and I'd sculpt them all day if I could.
Mordred

Post by Mordred »

really great new stuff you have made kev ! I have been thinking about an all - grymn army to use in warhammer 40k, but it's quite a big buy, curse your fantastic modelling skills!

oh and the zombie hunter with cricket bat is super cool. I just watched shaun of the dead :)
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Post by mahon »

Just got Narg the torturer and Akanke the harem guard (plus other great minis) and I was really impressed.

Style, quality, character - that's what Kev gives to his sculpts!
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