I just wanted to share this with you, and escpecially angora:
In the german board Tabletop Welt, the user visionopy painted some Twisted models and was quite amazed. Here's my quick translation of what he wrote:
Some might say, one grows with the tasks. But sometimes it's alright to step back a bit before capitulation and admire beautiful work. What has been modelled by hand is just insane. Everyone who likes to stare in awe for several hours at perfect resin should have a look at these models. Even unpainted or just with black wash would they be gorgeous. Usually, I'm not into that many details, but here it's the most postivie representation from that era. Every key, every buckle belt is different and special, and that makes them outstanding. But this also makes me anxious about the paintjob, because I'm not sure if I can be faithful to that what it deserves.[...] I didn't need to use any greenstuff, the fitting is perfect, and there are no bubbles.
[...] Hensel & Gretel took me about 30 hours of work, and there's still a lot to improve, but I'm looking forward to the next miniatures.
Ok, visionopy thanked a lot for the request and said, you can use all of his texts and pictures. He says it's great when companies use not only boxarts, because even if they look really cool, sometimes there might be second thoughts if oneself could get it like this.