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1 hour ago, Lidless Eye said:

While I don't mind the renders, and like a lot of the 3D designed minis, I think they have grown a lot since the first few in Bones 2 (stiff poses, etc)

Also, I totally agree with the thought that the new Crusaders look like something out of Warcraft: specifically, they remind me of the Scarlet Crusade.

 

 

Mmmm memories of fighting the Scarlet Crusade. Good times. 

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That the 3D renders have to be printed is an important consideration. While a sculptor working in physical medium is only limited to how fine of details they can see, 3D printer resolution is pretty course for this type of product. As the printers improve we should see improved 3D sculpted models.

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I'm amused that people are calling it WoW style since I blamed 40k for Warcraft's ridiculous proportions.

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Warhammer came out before Warcraft (1987 vs 1994 - just looked it up), but did Warhammer have the Huge Shoulder Armor that 40k does? 

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3 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

Warhammer came out before Warcraft (1987 vs 1994 - just looked it up), but did Warhammer have the Huge Shoulder Armor that 40k does? 

 

I'm no Warhammer expert, especially when it comes to historical look and feel, but a lot of the AoS models seem to have the large shoulders.

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Quick question, I see a few of the Chronoscope expansion mini's are coming out (or are already out) in metal. I tried doing a search, but not sure I searched right. Can anyone tell me if mini's 309,310 and 311 are already available in metal?

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2 minutes ago, Ratmaster2000 said:

Quick question, I see a few of the Chronoscope expansion mini's are coming out (or are already out) in metal. I tried doing a search, but not sure I searched right. Can anyone tell me if mini's 309,310 and 311 are already available in metal?

 

They are. 

 

http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/alien/latest/50197

http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/alien/latest/50172

http://www.reapermini.com/OnlineStore/alien/latest/50144

 

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Early Warhammer had more normal proportions for humans, but you only need look at the Chaos Warriors for silly armor.

 

However, I blame anime for the overly large pauldrons on fantasy characters. Check out Deedlit from Lodoss or Goury from Slayers. Or any Robotech or Macros character.

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Might not only be shoulder armor. Have you seen how Rob Liefield draws Captain America? Seriously, shoulders like that are unnatural. 

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8 hours ago, Cyradis said:

Warhammer came out before Warcraft (1987 vs 1994 - just looked it up), but did Warhammer have the Huge Shoulder Armor that 40k does? 

I remember 40k space marines having fairly overdone shoulder pads since the mid 90's, but they got even more overdone with every redo of their plastic line, with the current new ones having rather hefty shoulder thingies. 

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16 minutes ago, WhiteWulfe said:

I remember 40k space marines having fairly overdone shoulder pads since the mid 90's, but they got even more overdone with every redo of their plastic line, with the current new ones having rather hefty shoulder thingies. 


40k might have started it, but Warmahordes is the sitting champion of ridiculously over the top shoulder armor.

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On 5/13/2018 at 5:47 PM, PaganMegan said:

So this is where the Save the Caribou thread went.

Yeah. The same decision making team that thought it should go felt that incorporating a thread about being disappointed by its absence into an enthusiasm thread made sense. Bones 5 will be made from black licorice at this rate.

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2 minutes ago, Fnordlover said:

Yeah. The same decision making team that thought it should go felt that incorporating a thread about being disappointed by its absence into an enthusiasm thread made sense. Bones 5 will be made from black licorice at this rate.

 

While I enjoy black licorice & minis that double as a snack might come in handy, I'd rather have the caribou back... :down:

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