Currently, the batch prices are:
$53 gets you "All the Little Guys" - This includes: 3 Floating Eyes, 3 Phlemf, 1 of each of all 3 Peepers, a Wolf-in-Sheep's-Clothing, a Lensman (my personal favorite design), and a Gauth. Also, a not-beholder pin/earring
$200 gets you "All the Big Guys" - This includes: 1 Tentacle Hulk, 1 Huge Alibeth, 1 Doomkiss Eye Abberrant, and 1 DeepMother
$250 gets you "Get it all" - This includes: All of the above.
His next 2 stretch goals are only $500 and $1000 dollars away, and each adds 1 mini to the "All the Little Guys" and "Get it all" rewards
Now, there is a risk since he is brand new and untested, but I figured some of you guys might like what he's offering!
ETA: Frankthedm informed me of the depth at which the miniatures were copied from WoTC's monsters. I've included a copy-paste of Sean K. Reynolds' response to this KS. Pledge at your own risk.
Sean K Reynolds (Designer) Yesterday, 11:49 PM
All I'm saying, Andy, is that your kickstarter project has
a "guath" that looks like a D&D gauth
a "doomkiss beholder" that looks like a D&D bloodkiss/death kiss
a "deepmother" that looks like a D&D deepspawn
a "phlemf" that looks like a flumph
an "energy being" that looks like a D&D yag-ya/xeg-yi
a "grabbie" that looks like a gorbel
a "wail snail" that looks like a flail snail
a "deep eye" stretch reward that looks like an eye of the deep
And your response appears to be
"they haven't stopped me yet so it must be okay,"
"they haven't stopped another company's D&D lookalike minis so it must be okay,"
"nobody stopped the Big Lebowski or Scooby Doo lookalike miniatures so it must be okay,"
"there are differences between my monsters and the Wizards monsters so it's not a violation," and
"they'll never make these obscure monsters anyway so I might as well be able to" (which isn't actually true)
What's telling is you did not say "I did not copy these D&D monsters." You can't say that because you know it isn't true. This isn't an accident of parallel creativity; you have 8 monsters not only look like specific D&D monsters, they're named very similarly to those monsters. It's obvious that you based your miniatures on those D&D monsters, as much as creating minis of 9-foot-tall quasi-catlike savage warriors called the "nar'vi" is an obvious copying of the Pandora natives from the Avatar movie.
Instead of creating something based on (public domain) mythology or something entirely new, you chose to sculpt a bunch of miniatures copied from well-established monsters that were created by Wizards of the Coast. Whether or not they try to stop you doesn't matter, whether or not a court would agree that this is a copyright violation doesn't matter. You've copied someone else's idea instead of creating something that's your own.