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I'm getting a nice severance and I didn't want to miss out on Sisuitls Challenge pledge so I'm in.

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Succumbed. Only a little sorry I missed on Sisuitl .. which may or may not prevent me stalking for a spot, because I like that model. <.<

 

Er.. some of these will go to retail, right? I can get some of the ones I cannot afford after the dust has settled? *hopeful*

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I do have a ebay store right now. i am hoping to have a proper web store some time soon so i do not have to sell on ebay. Some people at my day job think i should look at crafty section of amazon. 

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The new pledges are good, but you will want to change the amount in the $200 pledge as it says you get to spend $100 on unlocked goals.

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I'm shocked there aren't more in on this. I'm glad to see it hit $9,000+ but at only ~80 backers I feel like this could really pop if it hit the mainstream. I could see many of the pathfinder folk hitting this just for the monsters like the wendigo or the thunderbird. I urge everyone to check it out.

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How are the Makah harpooners going to compare to the regular PNW harpooners? Are they fairly similar or is the Makah model fancier or different poses or ? I'm terrible at imagining models from concept art.

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they are one piece models instead of the multi part model. The PNW troops are a combination of different pnw tribes, the Makah Harpooner are based on the old photos of the Makah Tribe. I also wanted to make models of this tribe because they are local to me in Washington state. here is the models, the center model is the leader.IMG-20130919-00228.thumb.jpg.5ad50e01581f356d37b345d98e17e071.jpg

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Cool, thanks for the pic. Are the two harpooner sculpts random or 1/2 and 1/2?

 

(I'm Seattle myself hence the interest.)

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