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Hello there.We would like to introduce you to our miniature painting holders.From the day I started painting miniatures, I confronted with various things that I considered it needed improvement, as lighting on the miniature, attaching the miniature to the holder, good grip of the holder, airbrushing multiple miniatures at once, and the most important to feel effortless while painting, which I all applied by creating our painting system, and here it is.
The Ice Cream:
This holder is amazing due to its features:
light on the miniature for a better vision,automatic back and forward rotation and magnetic head (N 52 magnets).Its size is:14 cm height by 5 cm diameter.
These are 3D printed prototypes
The clamp head is designed for a secure hold of your miniature,being able to hold various base sizes from 20 mm up to 60 mm! The clamp has two levels as you can see in the picture.The first level holds between 20 and 40 mm bases and the second level holds from 40 up to 60 mm.As well,it uses N 52 magnet for fast attaching to any of our holders.The magnetic head makes your miniature attaching easier than ever in just one click sound.. It saves you time and effort with no need of using mounting putty or tacky sticks or any other sticking stuff..
Who said that the small can't hold the big?
These are 3D printed prototypes
We call this one the torch because put together with the clamp it looks like one. We should not underestimate it, because of its features: with this holder you will experience the truly smooth rotation due to its ball bearings(no friction). You don't need two fingers to rotate it, it will easily move by just a thumb touch. Its size is:10.5 cm Height by 3 cm diameter.
These are 3D printed prototypes
As the many planes of existence turn and churn, occasionally worlds come into alignment. For brief moments in the multiverse’s timescale, these Conjunctions allow objects to slip from one world to another, sometimes unnoticed, sometimes causing chaos.
Dark Rituals: Malleus Maleficarum is the next exciting miniatures based game from DG Games Entertainment. Dark Rituals is an asymmetric “One vs Many” game for 2 to 5 players, with a solo mode. A small band of Heroes defends villagers from a coven of Witches. One player, the Witch Master, controls the Legion of Darkness. With two players, the second player plays the Heroes in a strictly competitive game and up to three more players may join in, each taking a Hero to help battle the Witch Master. A solo mode is also available, where the Witch Master battles game-controlled Heroes.
You can choose between two Early Bird Pledges in the first 48 hours of this project. Both pledges contain an Early Bird bonus, a playable KS Exclusive Hero, the Swordsman. After the EB period, backers will be able to get The Swordsman as a $10 Add-On.
The Swordsman will be available as a $10 Add-On after the 48 Hour Early Bird period expires.
for all your turtle minis needs (there seem to be an awful lot of proprietary dice gameplay wise, but other than that I haven't looked to hard at it)
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/privateerpress/the-art-of-privateer-press?ref=discovery Privateer Press was founded by artists who shared a great love for fantasy and science-fiction artwork. The worlds they created and the games that grew out of them have always been driven by a passion for visual creation. The very first book Privateer published—Book I of the Witchfire Trilogy: The Longest Night—received the EN World gold awards for Best Interior and Best Cover artwork for an RPG product for the year it was released, establishing the company as visionary creative studio.
Nearly 20 years and literally thousands of illustrations later, the images that have adorned the games and novels of Privateer Press will finally be collected into a long-anticipated, beautiful art book, sure to become a favored gem in any art lover’s library.
Art books, however, are not a product that has traditionally been a staple offering of game distributors and game stores, which is a big part of the reason Privateer has not previously green-lit this project. As an art book is an expensive undertaking, we have been cautious about producing something unlikely to receive a reception through our traditional distribution channels and that might fail to justify its expense and effort. For this reason, we will be taking this project to Kickstarter on January 14th, which will allow us to tailor the size and scope of the book, as well as its print run, to the precise demands of the audience who has long desired it.
What’s Going to Be in the Book?
The Art of Privateer Press will be a 9˝ x 11 7/8˝ hardback book (dimensions of final may vary), printed in portrait orientation on 80# paper with a spot-varnish finish on the cover. A foreword penned by Privateer’s founding owner and Chief Creative Officer Matt Wilson will detail Privateer’s history and its approach to visual creation.
Between the foreword and the final dedication will be wall-to-wall illustrations featuring the best images from all of Privateer’s worlds and games, including the Iron Kingdoms, WARMACHINE, HORDES, Monsterpocalypse, LEVEL 7, Skull Island eXpeditions fiction, and more. The Art of Privateer Press will include hundreds of images from acclaimed artists such as Andrea Uderzo, Susan Luo, Svetlin Velinov, Johan Grenier, Néstor Ossandón, and many, many other talented individuals who have contributed to Privateer’s artwork over the years. The book will be a minimum of 148 pages in length, but how big it can get will only be up to our backers…and the limits of physical reality.
To push those limits, though, we’re creating some exciting rewards, including physical sketchbooks, supplementary digital art books, and a special preview model featuring a character who has been part of the Iron Kingdoms since nearly the beginning…
As you may already know, Riot Quest is an upcoming miniatures game set in the Iron Kingdoms that we’ll share a lot more about next year, but that’s a story for another update. However, we wanted to offer something new to generate excitement for The Art of Privateer Press, and we determined that the Iron Maiden character, affectionately known as “J.A.I.M.s” in the upcoming Riot Quest, was a perfect fit. The first rendition of the Iron Maiden originally appeared in the Monsternomicon way back in 2002. As you can see from the original pen & ink artwork, there was just no way she was ever going to be producible as a miniature, not with all those blades and talons, which is why she’s not made it to the tabletop yet. So, she was reinterpreted for Riot Quest in a fashion that could, in fact, be made into a miniature. And while Riot Quest will be a stand-alone game, all of the miniatures in it will be compatible with WARMACHINE and HORDES, so anyone preordering The Art of Privateer Press with the Iron Maiden miniature will be able to put her on the tabletop long before she’s released next year.
Another reason we wanted to include a miniature as part of the promotion for this art book is because frankly we know waiting months for something to show up sucks, and we really wanted to offer something you could put your hands on sooner rather than later. So, the Iron Maiden miniature will be shipped by the beginning of May, and she will not be available in any other fashion until fall of 2019.
We hope that you will be as excited to get your hands on The Art of Privateer Press as we are and that J.A.I.M.s and our other planned rewards will offer a bit of extra incentive to back this project. The campaign will launch on Kickstarter on January 14th, 2019, and will run through January 24th, 2019, with an expected delivery of fall 2019.
We know this book is long overdue, but the wait won’t be much longer…
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