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  1. Chronicle X by Archon Studios

    Some really good sculpts, though. :) I really enjoy what I see there. :)
  2. Aradia Miniatures - Arktikos: Northern Lights

    I didn't get any wiser from that. ^ FeelsBadMan
  3. Aradia Miniatures - Arktikos: Northern Lights

    While I agree that it is kinda cute, I just don't enjoy when they use animals without any consistency. It makes no sense. Why are the penguin and polar-bear dressed in clothes, while the walrus and seal are not? Is the walrus an "animal" and is that the reason it drags the sledge, or is it rather a slave, which would explain the abuse. What about the seal? Why is it laying naked in the back if it is normal for these animal-men to wear clothes? A lot of questions. :)
  4. Adrian Smith's HATE

    The comics was really good, and I love the story, but some of the miniatures they've previewed look pretty mediocre.
  5. Aeon Trespass: Nymphs

    I hope they reach their their second stretch goal (see what I did there?).
  6. Atlantis Mythology kickstarter 11/20

    But it has. Look again.
  7. Aeon Trespass: Nymphs

    The time of the year might be a turn-off for some people (Black Friday, start of Christmas season), but unfortunately, I believe that the flat-rate shipping cost is another turn-off for people who are just looking for one or two figures (which I can imagine would be quite a few). But as you explained above, there isnt much you can do about that at this point other than eating part of the cost yourself, which, of course, might not be ideal. The miniatures are priced just fine (in my option, but others will obviously disagree), but a shipping cost that is 67% of the value of the miniature will just not sit right with a lot of people. But this project should be able to fund. 50% and almost a month worth of time to promote it further. Either way, funding or not, you guys have put in a good effort into the project thus far, which should bring some confidence into potential customers.
  8. Aeon Trespass: Nymphs

    There are some obvious similarities to Kingdom Death, especially in regards of packaging, art cards, etc. This isnt a bad thing, and most likely intended too, and I think it is pretty smart to ride on the wave of success of someone else. As of right now, nothing really makes me drop everything and run for the credit card, but I'll keep my eyes on it and as soon something pops up that I like, I'll hit that pledge button.
  9. Atlantis Mythology kickstarter 11/20

    Not too fond of the human miniatures either. But there are some really promising stuff concealed in their stretch goals that I look forward to seeing. :) The Hippogriff looks very nice. I really like the pose they've put it in. I hope we get a glance of the Chimera, too. :)
  10. Trolls & Goblins

    These guys are actually really cool. In particular the shaman and the shield-peaking axe-warrior. Good stuff. :)
  11. Atlantis Mythology kickstarter 11/20

    In my opinion, their minotaurs look pale in comparison with the really epic minotaurs from Zealot miniatures that recently ran their own kickstarter. And some of the design of the minotaurs look a bit odd (for example, how are the leg armour worn, the cloth running under and over the shoulder armour, the hooves look a bit too rounded). However, the faces/heads look spot on, and the hair looks good, too. :)
  12. Atlantis Mythology kickstarter 11/20

    Nice stuff. I've been looking for a good Medusa-miniature, this could possibly be it. :)
  13. Taloc Mayan launching 11/25

    Cool stuff. I do like Aztec style miniatures, too. :)
  14. Freak Circus! Kickstarter

    Ye, these pictures are so much better than the original sculpt. It's a shame these werent available at the launch as I am confident that they would have an increased effect of persuading people of joining. My own thought process seeing the original sculpt was that the quality was average at the most, but seeing the actual resin casts that shows the details at a much higher level, these sculpts are actually really good. I suggest that you quickly redo the layout of the kickstarter page and add these pictures to it, and this project will fund for sure. :)
  15. Time of Legends: Joan of Arc

    65 usd is a great price! Love this dragon. :)
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