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Mac vs Tale of War

Mac vs Tale of War

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Once upon a time, in a far and distant land...

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Red Riding Hood

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This Red Riding Hood has a machine gun and seems to be friends with the big bad wolf! What a twist!

Not sure who the sculptor was on this one and I cant seem to find the card that came with it. This company always credited both the sculptor and the boxart painter, wich is something I find every other company should do.

Red Riding Hood

Gabrielle Lunardiente

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I’m not sure if this model was from the same range as the other Fairy Tale minis, but it sort of fits in, really. It’s a very nice and sexy looking witch, called Gabrielle Lunardiente. The pumpkins and the caudron I added with Greenstuff, as I painted this during Halloween aeons ago. Kinda like the pumpkins, the cauldron not so much. It was a nice idea, but not executed very well. It might get replaced with candles or something. One day.

Sculpted by super talented Ivan Santurio. One of my favorites in the whole range they had!

Gabrielle Lunardiente

Rapunzel

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This next one is from their alternate fairy tale range: Princess Rapunzel.

In this version, though, Rapunzel doesn’t have golden hair and doesnt really need a saving prince all that much. She can clearly take care of business and save herself from the tower, leaving a bloodbath behind.

I fear for the poor witch who imprisoned her, really!

Sculpted by Simon Remis.

Rapunzel

I got a bunch of others, like Snowhite, Cinderella, Puss in Boots, Red Riding Hood, Peter Pan and Tinkerbell, and maybe a couple more.

Unfortunatelly, never got to complete the whole collection and I dont believe the company still exists.

Its a shame, as they made really good stuff, very original and different from what you could find at the time.

Arn of Gothia

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A long time ago, this was possibly 11 or 12 years ago, maybe more, there was this spanish company called Tale of War producing some really lovely metal miniatures in 32mm. They had a bunch of your typical fantasy things, but at that time they started a few ranges that really caught my eye. They were somewhat  cartoonish depictions of historic characters and a really outstanding ‘alternative’ fairy tale characters that I still absolutely adore to this day.  They also made Ron and Bones, wich was eventually sold to CMoN, I think.

This mini here is one of their cartoonish version of historic characters, a Crusader. I dont think I own them, but they had all sorts, from Gauls to Romans, Gladiators and Samurai, all amazing looking in my opinion.

 

This one is a Templar, Arn of Gothia, wich I believe there is a movie about. Sculpted by incredibly talented Ivan Santurio.

Arn of Gothia

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