Sunday, February 25, 2018

WARHANSA: Fantasy Series

UPDATE 2/25/18:  Morehansa from Warhansa!  They have relased new 5 figure sets of 54mm Asterix the Gaul and post apocalyptic weirdos along with a 4 figure set of 60mm ninjas.  There is also a new bad ass 60mm orc gladiator, and  a 28mm scale troll that works as a goblin in toy soldier scale. 

Warhansa is a small company that makes truly outstanding figures. They recently made their first 1/32 scale (60mm) fantasy figures, and I hope they make more.  These guys are a barbarian warrior and some kind of non-human assassin.  The detail is excellent. The smaller blue guy is called the Night King and is intended as a very large figure in 28mm scale. He is about 54mm. The figures are made in small batches, so they are kind of expensive, but the quality makes them worth the price.

I asked them to describe their company and this is what they wrote back:  

We are an international team united by passion to toy soldiers. We have been dreaming of making our own minis since childhood. We started our project 3 years ago. Production is based in Russia. We make miniatures according to our taste in relatively small quantities and gladly share them with fellow hobbyists.  

You can check them out here Warhansa.



































































14 comments:

  1. Very Nice and Cool figures. Russia seems to be a hotbed of all sorts of figures over the last few years and I Hope it continues. Yeah I also Hope this company has more exciting Fantasy figures up its sleeve. I will definately be buying these soon.
    Darren

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    1. I agree about Russia. Lots of outstanding new figures being made there. I think toy soldier scale is still very popular there while 28mm scale wargaming has taken over in the West.

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    2. Come to visit, and to us, too. https://vk.com/alyanssvobodnih

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  2. Yes very sharp detail, really enjoy the blue figure (exceptional detail) with the articulated shoulders and hands look ready to hold weapons from the bits box.

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  3. https://pp.userapi.com/c636620/v636620077/589ba/-v-_pZ3NCMs.jpg
    I have a King of night by the HobbiBunker production. Great figure!

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  4. https://pp.userapi.com/c636620/v636620077/589ba/-v-_pZ3NCMs.jpg
    I have a King of night by the HobbiBunker production. Great figure!

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  5. That is unquestionably Skyrim's Dovahkin. Hope they don't run into copyright issues with Bethesda.

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  6. IF i remember correctly they had more fallout hemed figures or was it someone else. Anyway it's great work here.

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  7. Yeah this company is producing some really nice figures and I will be buying some of these soon, The Orc figure is nice but is a bit thick set for me and expensive for 1 figure so I will give him a miss. Would really love to see this company do a set of Lizardmen, Goblins, Orcs in true 1/32 scale and in exciting fighting poses like the other figures they have produced, I'm sure these sets would sell well and I would certainly buy some sets.
    Regards Darren

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    1. I agree about the orc. I love the quality of the sculpt, but I wish he fit in better with 45mm and 54mm human figures. He does fit well with the Games Workshop Fighting Fantasy 60mm figures.

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  8. Yeah i agree Shaun but I like my figures to be strictly classic 1/32 50mm to 60mm so that all my figures go well together, The Orc is slightly over 60mm but is much to thick to fit in with my other figures. I do a lot of converting to make certain figures bigger or smaller if possible to be 1/32 scale, But I cant do anything with this orc figure, Nevermind I like all the rest of the figures by this company and I hope they keep producing great new figures and maybe some that I mentioned would be fantastic also but we shall see.
    Regards Darren

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