At Unfeasibly, we design & produce highly accurate, true scale (1/56) 28mm miniature lead-free pewter figures for wargamers, modellers and collectors, we also have a range which comes with a license for Commercial use.

Our Exotic Adventures range depicts the French Foreign Legion at the turn of the 19th Century in Northern Africa, immortalised in the stories of Beau Geste by P.C. Wren. The range includes Tuaregs, who resisted the French colonial invasion of their Central Saharan homelands. Further ranges will expand to cover the early 19th Century and will be suitable for wargames, from battalion to skirmish for Historical or Pulp inspired games.

Our Products

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    Other stuff
  • Licensed Use
    Licensed Use
We produce 28mm Historical & Pulp inspired figures. We work to a ‘true’ 1/56  scale and not a ‘heroic’ scale which means that approximately a 5’10” tall man (average height) would be 28mm to top of his head. We sculpt in correct proportions as opposed to any heroic style of proportion this means that our miniatures can vary in ‘height’ but still match each other in ‘scale’.

Our figures are highly detailed and suitable for painting, collecting or gaming. We supply castings in a lead-free pewter (white metal).

We plan are to launch our first range of buildings in 2015 along with a range of useful accessories to compliment our ranges.

The first release will be a French mule drawn Ambulance, used from the 1890’s all the way through to the end of WW1.

The commercial use licence grants permission for the miniature to be used by another manufacturer in their own product range provided it is not sold separately as it appears here.

The product may be duplicated and used as many times as the Licence hold desires.

If the miniature is sold to another manufacturer then the new owner must be informed and a new Licence MUST BE PURCHASED from Unfeasibly Miniatures by the new manufacturer. The licence holder must inform both Unfeasibly Miniatures and the new owner at the time of the sale of ownership.


Meet the team

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All things Historical & Pulp, much to the amusement of my wife, daughters, cats & dog – all loved, order does change.