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9 minutes ago, Paint Monk said:

When Jason Wiebe has a good sculpt, it's a really good sculpt. Loving that land terrapin! 

 

It seems like he is doing a lot of 3D sculpting lately. I just wish he'd start making his integral bases like (this) one on all his figures. I'm a very lazy monk with my miniatures and am tired of re-basing all of the Bones that don't have "round base" looking integral bases. Am I the only one who prefers the 28, 32, 40 and 50mm round bases on their figures? It makes them so much easier to use in a slew of other games! 

 

 

Until I get a 28mm grid for my dungeon maps, I'd really prefer 25mm bases.  Because having to make a custom grid is more work than I want to do.  

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2 hours ago, LittleBluberry said:

 

Until I get a 28mm grid for my dungeon maps, I'd really prefer 25mm bases.  Because having to make a custom grid is more work than I want to do.  

I'd actually like to see the integrated Bones bases be perfectly round, and designed to fit exactly into a 74035: 1" Round Plastic RPG Base flipped upside down.   The IMEF and NOVA Corp figures are just a teensy too big, but with a little trimming, fit right in

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I'd prefer 1", 2", etc round integrated bases on the minis. At the moment, I use zinc washers with sculpy molded by Basius pads. It adds heft and stability to Bones minis and allows me to play around with magnets sometimes. 

 

Anyone hear anything about the update bring delayed? (And am update came through right after I asked)

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1 hour ago, Chaoswolf said:

And a very cool update it is, too.

 

I love that T-Rex!

Hope the thunderhoof behemoth is just as big as the T-Rex, or else my Disney primeval world idea is a bust:)

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3 hours ago, Ratmaster2000 said:

Hope the thunderhoof behemoth is just as big as the T-Rex, or else my Disney primeval world idea is a bust:)

 

i made a image trying to match them in size by making their Sir Forscales the same size. The attached below is what i came up with

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1 hour ago, Sirithiliel said:

 

i made a image trying to match them in size by making their Sir Forscales the same size. The attached below is what i came up with

Diorama.jpg

That looks about right, should work then:)

 

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1 hour ago, Paint Monk said:

Modrons? Did I miss these? Or are you talking about the High Rollers? 

 

i believe they mean high rollers

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2 hours ago, Citrine said:

Yeah, the high rolling dice guys ::):

I need to add a second set before July:) Those are just too cool. If money works out, I may add a second set of Rocky Dragons too.

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MAMMOTH!!!!!!

 

 

I wish it was delivery time already!

 

So much goodness, much prehistorics and useful stuff for my Lost World in Bones IV.

 

So happy I pledged for this..

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