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  • Birthday 04/22/1984

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    Alberta, Canada
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    Video Games, D&D, Painting minis, Reading (Classic and contemporary literature as well as sci-fi and fantasy,) Webcomics, Coffee, Scotch, Cooking. Any combination of these things is also good.

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  1. Hey, I'm trying to use the power palette to figure out which paints to use, but it's not showing paint titles. Is it out of service currently, or is it something to do with my computer/browser?
  2. Awesome! These campaigns are always a blast!
  3. A few years ago there was a League of Justice and Caeke miniature in the 12 days of Reaper. I made sure to purchase on that day, because I had the idea that by participating in these promotions that I might one day be able to collect all 4, which I badly wish to do. Since then, there has been a noticeable lack of those figures showing up during any Reaper promotion. I'm curious: was there some internal resolution at Reaper to disqualify these miniatures from holiday promotions? I know they were originally supposed to be exclusives to benefit charity, and making them available after the charity drive was over would certainly void their originally intended "exclusiveness." Or am I reading too much into this? This year's "12 Days" showcase a ton of Christmas themed minis. It could also just be that holiday themed minis make for better promotions than old out of print figures.
  4. Paid my shipping cost - which was downright reasonable, being a native Canadian who only ordered one bronze level model. I'll be happy to receive my reward and no longer have to watch for updates on this thing. It's been a long wait.
  5. A point of comparison that gives me pause: Reaper's core set for Bones III Is roughly 142 plastic minis (I counted quickly, skipping the weapon sprues) for 100$. And that's just for minis in plastic bags. This campaign has 142 minis as well, though has far fewer unique sculpts. It also boasts room tiles, and a ton of color printed paper products. If they've already got a bunch of sculpting and art/game design done, it's pretty obvious that they've invested a ton of their own capital into this. I think they're banking on having this game be a hit, a la Zombicide or Blood Rage. Stretchgoals started spaced out 10k apart, and are now between 25 and 30k apart. A fiscally responsible KS will see those goals continue to get further apart, and more minis announced as paid addons, rather than freebies. If I see those two things, I'll be at least a little bit relieved. It seems strange to be wanting LESS from a project like this. But more than a bunch of cool awesome things, I want to feel some sort of assurance that the people I'm giving my money to are being smart with it.
  6. Man, the art design for this is really spot-on. They announced a Ripley-esque character stretchgoal today. They've already got so much done! Pre-production seems very near complete for so much of this. That's a big reason why I'm not willing to give up hope on this project. Certainly, the deluge of stretchgoals (with very few minis announced as cash addons) makes a person wonder "is this even possible for this much money?" but I'm willing to take a hit on this one if it fails - I want this game and these minis to exist that badly.
  7. Wow! I honestly thought that Bones 3 might've been the last one. I'm in for one more, though I might be choosier than I've been in the past. When Bones III arrives I'll have a mountain of unpainted minis. The value in these kickstarters is just too good to pass up. So many of these sculpts look amazing. The Baba Yaga hut and the wraiths are awesome. There appears to be an orc in full plate - a welcome change from the leather and hide wearing ones we have now. Once again, it looks like we're in for a wild ride.
  8. I never looked at any of the Zombicide campaigns. My experience with miniatures kickstarters is pretty much limited to Reaper at this point, and Creature Caster. I didn't realize that this was sort of the precedent for games kickstarters.
  9. They're doing other weird things that make me raise my eyebrows. Why pay an artist for a massive, intricate digital sculpt for an epic monster, then pay to have a mould cut, only to use it as a KS exclusive? They're dangling too many exclusives in front of us. Feels like they're trying to drive the total pledged number up without regard for what's fiscally responsible. Maybe I'm just paranoid? It feels too good to be true.
  10. I've been watching this on Facebook for months, and backed within 20 minutes of launch. Funding moved along quickly, which is exactly what I expected, given the interest on the Facebook page, and the high quality of the digital sculpts and artwork. The stretchgoals are placed very close together, and while that's a lot of fun, I'm a little wary of it, especially from a new game developer that's never run a KS before. Not sure if I'll get too deep into this one, but it's a real treat to see the new artwork and minis revealed as the campaign moves along.
  11. Kinda wish I'd had the cash to pick up a few more. These look gorgeous. I think shipping is just around the corner.
  12. I think I've already met this month's goal. So nice to be done early. That said, I'm going to try and push well beyond. Although I'm quite entertained by the idea, I've no ideas for the Fool's Guild challenge yet. I'll have to look at the figures I've got and see if any inspiration strikes. Pictures and count to follow.
  13. Nice Cat! You did a fantastic job on the fur.
  14. I'll echo what's already been said about the ring formation on the Koopa spikes. Great idea, and it works really well!
  15. I started these guys last year sometime... Maybe even back in 2014, it's tough to recall. I got 90% finished with them, and kind of dissatisfied with the way they were turning out, and so shelved them for a while. Now I'm running Out of the Abyss for some friends, and have need of Duergar minis, so I dusted them off and put the final touches on them. I'm still not really 100% satisfied with the final product, probably has something to do with mixing 3 different types of metallics so prominently, but it's one of those projects where I'd rather just be done than anguish over what needs to be fixed. Now I have minis for Gracklestugh, and I can breathe a sigh of relief, and move on to something new. Thanks for looking!
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