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Any chance we still get to see that Maltese Falcon scenario? Huge fan of classic film noirs, and still active with WFRP here! Extremely unlikely. All the manuscripts went from Flame to Hogshead to? This particular scenario us lost in the warp forever unfortunately! You should ask James Wallis from the original Hogsead company he may give you some hints regarding those manuscripts. Hell yes, to the conversion pack idea!
Another great article, stuffed with glorious artwork. I really would like to see Malal , and the indepdant demons back while a whole range of minis , wow! Fantastic interview. I could read thoughts like this for hours - thanks for sharing the art and pictures Tony! I think you might be mistaken about the first illo, coz I have it my Lost and the Damned copy I just adore the whole art direction and atmospherics of the original WFRP it just seems 'more real' somehow ; so this was a most informative interview.
His drawings to me show chaos how chaos should be, disturbing, unatural and chaotic, not lame skull bad guys as how it is normally done now. I am sure that it came as quite a shock to you as it did me, when the news broke that Mick Leach, of Eastern Front Studios , had commissioned Tony Ackland to produce concepts for a new range of 'Oldhammer' inspired miniatures, now called Antiquis Malleum.
Considering the amount of traffic that has flooded this blog since the announcement, its obvious that lots of other people are also very intrigued by this project. For many, its come just at the right time, as various members of the community have been struggling to make an Oldhammer miniature a reality. If this project is a success, it will be a green light for smaller groups to successfully crowdfund and produce similar miniatures.
I am lucky enough to have seen the concepts that have been held back and I can assure you that the best stuff has yet to be seen. With excellent sculptors like Tim Prow and Drew Williams on board, we know that the modelling side of the project is in very safe hands indeed.