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16 minutes ago, KruleBear said:

They are all cool, but the cav and the iron golem are excellent. 

Thanks! Painting CAVs is really new to me, despite having backed the CAV Kickstarters. They're actually helping me practice my OSL so I'm enjoying that learning curve a lot. 

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The CAVs are amazing!

I also love that Jungle Titan, those colours work very well!

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Great stuff! My favorite is the battletech golem - really like how you did it with the highlighting.

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Very nice batch. I agree, I also love how the battleguard golem nmm turned out.

The terratile and dungeon peice are amazing as well. I like how much colors you've put into them.

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You did an amazing job on my TerraScapes tiles!  What paints and layers did you use? Very well executed m8.  Seeing these painted up fills me up with smiles!

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5 hours ago, minigrinder said:

You did an amazing job on my TerraScapes tiles!  What paints and layers did you use? Very well executed m8.  Seeing these painted up fills me up with smiles!

They were painted up using base layers of Americana craft paints, then washed with combos of Vallejo washes, and detailed/highlighted using Reaper MSPs. You've created a great product man, and I know fulfilling the KS is painstaking but worth it!

 

Looking forward to seeing your hextiles, though I do not have a printer of my own. 

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Thanks m8! Its been hell waiting around on a third party.  I'm just happy its finally and consistently churning out now.  I would do resin again, but it would need to be a very special circumstance with a lot of guarantees on the table.  I'd prefer to launch a KS every 6 months rather than every 1.5 years.  Its a lot of time inbetween paychecks if you get my meaning. 

 

An ender3 will put you back $200 shipped.  There is a learning curve,  but when it comes to the cost of terrain, its very much worth taking the plunge.   The Hextiles are just the beginning into my adventures in STL making! Caves & Grottos will get reimagined into STL's and other future sets too.  I still have plans for a Cliffs & Crags set too.  I think there is a void in open terrain like this.  Seems everyone always produces buildings and dungeons when more often than not the party is adventuring between those places.

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