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I recognise that silhouette. That's one of the four heroines I've been waiting for since around November. I knew they were holding them back for something.

 

 

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I backed the twisting catacombs ks and while it was late the quality is fantastic.

 

I really like those adventurers, some nice motion and detail in those.

 

I have no doubt that the minotaurs will turn out just like their concept art.

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Delays I can deal with. Happy to see good commentary about them. *notes down for future reference*

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I've got a fair bit of Zealot's resin (from prints they've done too) from when they've been casting for other people (eg Minion) and it's always been good so i'd be sure on quality

 

but they have had issues delivering their own (and others) product on time so if you get upset about KS delays (I generally don't) you do need to think about it

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Casting sample

 

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Zealot Miniatures:

 

You have come to the right place ;) Will be 5 normal minotaurs, then options to modify them, scenery, stretch goals for female minotaurs (oh yes, we went there!!! xD) and some heroes to fight all these minos! :D Will show more soon

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