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Flint and Feather Showcase: Huron Wendat Warband (Part 2 – Archers)

In this showcase, we take a look at the Huron / Wendat Warband archers from Flint & Feather. These miniatures come in Crucible Crush’s Flint & Feather Huron / Wendet War Party.

Now, these miniatures by Crucible Crush are absolutely beautiful and painted by Dave Lamers. Dave lent me these figures for the purposes of this article. Thanks so much Dave. They look great!

Native American Archers Miniatures in 28mm - Flint and Feather
Flint and Feather Archers of the Huron or Wendat tribes.

If you are unfamiliar of this line of miniatures, they are intended for the game Flint and Feather. Flint and Feather focuses on skirmish battles around the Great Lakes area of North America before contact with Europeans. Bob Murch skillfully sculpted these miniatures and they are great for historical, and even fantasy games, alike.

Now, let’s take a closer look.

Huron / Wendat Archers

Part One of our showcase series of the Huron / Wendat War Party focused on the miniatures of the set in Wooden Armour. There are two archers in that first showcase. Today’s article focuses on the other archers of the set.

Flint and Feather Native American Archer Miniature
This guy is running through the woods. If he was not in the action of battle, I am guessing he would be pretty cold.
Flint and Feather Painted Miniatures Showcase
The back side of the same miniature.
Flint and Feather Miniatures Painted
This miniature has a few mold lines on him that could have been cleaned off, but he still looks very nice.
28mm Native American Miniatures
The back of the miniature.

My Favourite Miniature of the Three

Indigenous Archer Miniature
You may be able to guess, but this is my favourite mini of the three in this post.
Flint and Feather Huron Wendat Miniature
What a great look mini.
Native American Warrior Pre-Contact Miniature
This guy is well protected compared to the others. My guess is he is the more experienced warrior of the group.

Wrapping it up…

Hopefully you enjoyed this quick Miniature Showcase of figures by Crucible Crush for Flint and Feather. These miniatures look great and I could envision people using them for a number of games on top of Flint and Feather.

What do you think of these minis? I think they look fantastic!

For people looking for a good Commision Painter in the Kitchener / Waterloo / Guelph area, Dave Lamers does a fantastic job. Thank you Dave for sharing your minis with us today!

Until next time, Happy Gaming Everyone!!!

Native American Great Lakes Indian Miniatures 28mm
Another look at the three miniatures in this showcase.

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Articles of Interest

Flint and Feather Huron / Wendat Warrior Article Round Up 28mm miniature review by Crucible Crush
The Warband Wrap Up Article.
Flint and Feather Huron / Wendat Leader Miniatures Painted Showcase Crucible Crush Miniatures
Part 3 of our Huron / Wendat War Party focuses on the Companions or Leaders of the group.
Flint and Feather Miniature Showcase Huron Wendat Native American Miniatures
Check out Part One of our Huron / Wendat Warband Showcase.
Playing Flint and Feather by Crucible Crush
A Flint and Feather Battle Report.

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Andrés F.

    Love the minis and paintjobs! This is not a period I collect or game in, but I still think it would be fun to paint some Indians on the warpath. The one thing that sticks out with metal minis is how thick and cartoony the bows look. I suppose it’s because you cannot cast thinner bows (or spears for that matter) in metal.

    1. Jacob Stauttener

      Hey Andres. Thanks for the comment.

      The bows and spears certainly do have a distinctive style. I noticed this myself with my WW2 Highland Miniatures by Pulp Figures (same sculptor) compared to me Warlord Games minis. Personally I like it as I feel it provides more protection to the parts of the model when I transport them. Always hate it when I get to a venue and have to fix a few figures with glue.

      That said, I can totally understand your criticism of the artistic style. It comes down to personal taste and buying what is right for you.

      Thanks again for the comment.

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