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Ya, I love all this kind of stuff, but I would agree that they should avoid tiny pieces. I would say nothing smaller than a chair.  I know some people like using the small pieces for basing.  I don't think we need individual bottles, or even bones. Do a pile of bones, and just sculpt potion bottles and books into bookcases and desks.  From what I have seen it looks like that is what they are doing. 

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5 hours ago, Charred Toast said:

Ya, I love all this kind of stuff, but I would agree that they should avoid tiny pieces. I would say nothing smaller than a chair.  I know some people like using the small pieces for basing.  I don't think we need individual bottles, or even bones. Do a pile of bones, and just sculpt potion bottles and books into bookcases and desks.  From what I have seen it looks like that is what they are doing. 

 

I would prefer them not to sculpt the potion bottles and books into the book cases and desks but I also personally do not want individual bottles and books.

 

What I would love for them to do is do plain book cases and plain desks and then do books, bottles, scrolls and ect. on thin flat slabs.

 

Why you might ask?  If they do them on thin flat slabs a person can just put them in the shelves or cut them off the slabs for individual items or cut the slabs up into two or three pieces and rearrange them to make book cases look varied.  One plain book case sculpt with four or five different slabs could make nearly a hundred different looking book cases.  One plain desk with a few slabs/runners(table cloth) could get you about ten different desks.      

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25 minutes ago, kodiakbear said:

 

I would prefer them not to sculpt the potion bottles and books into the book cases and desks but I also personally do not want individual bottles and books.

 

What I would love for them to do is do plain book cases and plain desks and then do books, bottles, scrolls and ect. on thin flat slabs.

 

Why you might ask?  If they do them on thin flat slabs a person can just put them in the shelves or cut them off the slabs for individual items or cut the slabs up into two or three pieces and rearrange them to make book cases look varied.  One plain book case sculpt with four or five different slabs could make nearly a hundred different looking book cases.  One plain desk with a few slabs/runners(table cloth) could get you about ten different desks.      

That's a great idea actually. You should mention it in Reapers Minis we'd like to see, or in the Bones we'd like to see threads.

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