VENI VIDI VICI
15mm Transfers are $4.25 per sheet. NOW $2 PER SHEET
25mm Transfers are $7.25 per sheet. NOW $3.50 PER SHEET
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Veni Vidi Vici transfers are produced as a practical aid to painting your armies. Using transfers allows you to put the finishing touch to your figures very quickly.
Our water slide transfers are designed to fit the shields they are to be used on and come already shaped, including holes for shield bosses etc, so do not require cutting out. Each pattern takes about 6 - 8 hours of an artists time and is then reduced and printed to produce a result that few painters can match. We use Essex and Chariot figures as masters for our transfers.
To apply transfers seperate the ones you want to use from the rest of the sheet. Soak them in a shallow dish of water for about half a minute. They should then slide easily off the backing paper onto the model (You can use a finger or modelling knife to do this). Move transfer to the position required, smooth it out and soak up excess water with a tissue. Leave to dry, overnight is best and then varnish over the top of the transfer to protect it. Don't worry if you crease or otherwise wreck the first transfers you apply, practice makes perfect.
* Avoid the transfers floating off in the water, they are hard to catch! If this happens reduce time in water.
* If you have difficulty sliding the transfers into position, wet the surface of the model a bit. Transfers also are easier to apply to figures which are already varnished.
* Once a transfer is dry on the model (but before the final varnish) you can paint over it to create your own designs.
NOTE : Each range normally fits a number of transfers onto a sheet and we tell you how many figures you can do with one sheet. If there is a variation within a range the number of figures a sheet will do is given in brackets after the description/
From the Crusades to 1300 these designs allow you to create your own early medieval armies with designs that would be very complex to paint. The knight sheets have a mix of designs but include five of each type to allow you to put one on each quarter of a horse cloth in addition to the sheild. More complex later patterns could be created by using 15mm transfers as the 'quarters' to a 25mm device. Each sheet does 24 figures.
For the 3rd / 5th century Roman armies and also the early Byzantines. All are oval designs for 20 figures. Part of the range are two colour designs as these armies tended to be more complex in their shield patterns.
The eagle design was for elite units. Alternate bands and star patterns for legionaries. Lion designs for auxilia. The other designs were used by many types of units in different colour combinations.
Covers the early Greeks to the armies of Alexander's successors, also Carthaginians and early Italian states. Most designs are circular but we also have two different sizes of pelta (crescent) shield. All sheets do 24 figures.
The start to an expanding range of fantasy transfers. FF 1 is also useful for historical figures but is included here because if the extra colours available.
Just right for your barbarian warband. These sheets have a mix of designs suitable for your Gallic, Germans or Spanish. They come in two halves to fit round bosses and spines. Why not mix and match the two halves to create your own patterns? Each sheet does 16 figures.
For armies of the 1st / 2nd centuries A.D. Two types of transfer are available; rectangular for legionaries and oval for auxilia / cavalry. The legionary transfers are in two halves to allow for different shield bosses and possibly a spine down the front of the shield. Each sheet normally does 20 figures.
NOTE : RR3 should only be used on shields that have a spine.
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