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Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Pose Variety by Good Ground LLC

Hello to all. Over the years, I have seen many postings revolving around the lack of variety in poses available in many 10mm ACW lines. This is an observation which in my opinion, is somewhat justifiable. One of my objectives with Good Ground Miniatures was to avoid this trap. My early packs had 4 to 6 different poses in a standard pack of 12 figures. As my lines have expanded, I have been able to increase the number of poses in a pack. As each new pose was created, the next pack in line often had that pose modified and added to the mix. With my purchase of the old Starfort/Langton line of figures in 2014, I was able to exponentially expand the number of poses. I thought I would post a few examples of the latest packs and the variety available in each of those standard infantry packs of 12 figures.

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The number of poses in the standard packs adds an esthetic quality previously not available in 10mm. It allows for realistic looking lines of battle with an almost infinite variety of poses. The pictures above are not designed to be "artsy", but to show some examples of the pose variety available from our 10mm ranges Cracker Line and Plank Road. Shown below are the results made possible by this variety. We hope this does a little to change the minds of those folks about variety in 10mm ACW lines. When you consider our figures mix well with Pendraken, Magister Militum and much of the GHQ range, variety in poses should be almost unlimited for you 10mm enthusiast and those considering 10mm.

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