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A kickstarter from a company called Rebel Minis, who I have no experience with;
It looks like quite a good way to get a large number of figures, all rather old-school and not at all expensive.
There is an early-bird add-on of a goblin pack-bearer, which I like the look of.
I do like Copplestone Castings Future War range:
This chap has plainly had a REALLY bad day at the office.
By Rob Dean
I’m on the road; post-Gencon, my muse is informing me that I need more troops for the Portable Fantasy Campaign. I try not to ignore her lest all inspiration leave me, so here we are so far. Most of these figures are from Accurate, with a couple of other makers mixed in.
I brought a bunch and don’t expect to run out; we’ll see how far I get.
By Rob Dean
I was idling yesterday and decided to paint up a few 1/72 scale plastic figures to add to the portable gaming set up I'll be taking to Gencon. These figures are a mix of old Airfix and other more modern manufacturers; I don't think any two are from the same maker or set.
I'm not entirely happy with the painting; my hands are steady enough and my magnification is good enough for the size of the figure, but I'm working toward trying to predict/plan/produce the right paint consistency to apply it with a Winsor Newton 000 brush without being so gloppy that it dries on the way to the miniature, nor yet so runny that it spreads as soon as it touches the miniature. At least they all meet the three foot viewing distance guideline for tabletop gaming.
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