Excellent and so appealing!
(Btw my Spanish is long forgotten -is it better that I post in French?)
Now, why in hell do the contents of the Spanish "Sección miniaturas pintadas" and English "Painted Miniatures Section" are different? Many English-speaking readers will miss the awesome content of the Spanish board, believing it's the same....
Obviously it is a *great idea* to sell the miniatures, books and rules separately: your game is at the intersection of two very different groups of players:
- those of 18th C. adventures / skirmishes, generally ignoring 'Horror' or not interested with it, who *at first* will buy only some 'human' figurines,
- those of 'Lovecraftian Horror', generally 'locked' in the 'Horror / Pulp' traditional era, the 1920 - 1930, who *at first* will buy only the 'Deep Ones' (sorry, Rashaar:).
A previous game with a not too different background (Horror in the 18th C.) 'A touch of Evil' http://www.flyingfrog.net/atouchofevil/ seems to be largely unknown, perhaps because (a rash gambit!) proposed as a boxed complete game: very few people are interested enough in the 18th C. AND Horror gaming to invest in it.
Btw, of all the miniatures posted and commented on forums and discussion groups, http://theminiaturespage.com/boards/msg.mv?id=247614 http://theminiaturespage.com/boards/msg.mv?id=246491 http://www.lead-adventure.de/index.php?topic=33750.0 http://www.lead-adventure.de/index.php?topic=34428.0 , the one which get most acclaim and has the most potential buyers is the "Dark Young of Shub-Niggurath" by Alberto Martinez http://theminiaturespage.com/boards/msg.mv?id=246690 which, unfortunately, seems to be an unique piece not destined to be commercialized? Really too bad for us - and for your sales!
You know, if you intend to sculpt additional minis, I strongly urge you to take inspiration from the *cute* but lethal female 'Hellequin' from the 'Assassin Creed: Brotherhood' video game. Lovely, perfectly 'in character', only the hat / hood to change. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOWr6K2qBms
My only regret concerning the Carnevale figurines is that some male 'civilians' are in 'other periods' hats (slouched hat, bicorne, top hat…: the first can pass as part of a disguise, but the others imply that people 'saw the future' to design their costume)...
Of course, the Wargame Factory 'Generic WSS' plastics offer a rich and relatively inexpensive source of tricornes, but yet..
Best regards and wishes,