I saw the update from Museum Miniatures. Following on from the 15mm Z sculpt Sumerian and Indian figures - new Greek hoplites. This new 3d printing technique looks very promising. I liked the selection of poses, equipment and the addition of three variants per pack.
I asked Dave at Museum Mins if he planed on producing command and support figures.
'Thanks, it's taken nearly 3 years R&D to get this far. All new tech, software and UV 3d printer. In the search for greater detail we have a new 3rd gen UV 3d printers on order foe September. We shall be adding to the hoplites with the likes of Cretan archers, slingers, auxiliaries and a smattering of cavalry. It will be after the summer recess.
I just opened one of the email announcements myself - nice sculpts.
I do have two caveats though. Based on the comparison photos of the Sumerians, I fear they continue the trend at Museum toward 'giantism.' I really prefer 15mm miniatures that are 15mm - not 20mm.
With a 3D print for a master that would not presumably be a difficult thing to change.
The other caveat is the figure mix in the packs. I do not care for kneeling or standing figures with leveled or horizontally forward thrusting spears or lances. Even were I to go to the hot new 20mm basing for solid foot the weapons project and keep bases from touching by contacting the figures on the other base.
Therefore I would prefer were I to order these to have a single pose option.
As with the Indians and Sumerians they are pretty...