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  1. About this project Wondering what this campaign is about? It's about Micro Art Studio's great Tabletop Battlefields! Some players lack time to create a nice-looking gaming board. Unfortunately sometimes it ends up with playing on random, clumsy terrain - this is where we step in to change it! We created unique sets by mixing a bit of our current products with some new, superb releases! We give you battlefields of the highest quality, where you will fight the most epic battles! Game-ready tabletop board scenery sets are a totally new idea - containing thematical terrain and a playmat available at a decent price! The scenery is made of special polyurethane foam which is well known for its durability. It is easy to glue with cyanoacrylate adhesive and can be primed & painted with almost any coating. Products we create are up to date with current rules of different wargames, therefore playing on them feels natural and easy-going. We are wargamers ourselves, so don't hesitate and put your trust in us! Shipping rates Keep in mind that pledge values do not include shipping costs. They will have to be added in the pledge manager after the campaign is finished. Your shipping will never be more expenive than 60$ (30$ for EU), no matter what you choose or what your location is. All packages will be tracked and we take full responsibility for their delivery.
  2. I've put together another couple of experimental hills. Number 1 we've seen before. Hill #2 has a mix of steep, impassable faces and more-or-less flat terraces that a figure could stand on without immediately tumbling down. It's a bit more usable than Hill #1, while still remaining reasonably naturalistic, but to be truly playable it probably needs to be blockier still. Apart from the flock, vegetation is pretty minimal — just a few areas of clump-foliage — and I think I may add a bit more to make it look a bit less... spotty. I may also have to hit it with the airbrush, as the flock looks a bit more pallid than I'd hoped, but I'll give it another couple of days before I do that as it may just be that the PVA holding everything together isn't properly cured yet so it's still a bit white. We've been having some cool, wet weather lately, and that has really slowed things down. Hill #3 is a two-peak hill; the upper one is steep, with a flat top to allow figures to stand, while the bottom one is much more gently sloped. The slope is still too much for single figures, but vehicles and figures in movement trays will rest there without sliding back down. There's no foliage on here at all except for the flock, which is fine. The figures are a 15mm WW1 British 18pdr and crew. The tank is my own 3d-printed A1E1 Independent. They're all sitting on a GW "grass" mat that I picked up cheap some years ago, and have never used because it looks nothing at all like grass. I live in a Land of Grass, and I've never seen grass that looks anything like that colour. Add to that the fact that it sheds worse than a cat in moult, and it's just bloody awful.
  3. Because I need another WIP thread, I thought I would start another one for my Burrows & Badgers Oathsworn KS terrain I got. I started this one today and thought I'd try out Wappel's shaded base coat method. I used reaper paints to apply the base coat. Since Scale 75 is the only Inks I own used them to ally the shading as best I could. Here is the result, I need to seal it and give it a matte coat as I understand now when people say inks have a gloss to them.
  4. Well, I had started Hirst Arts ruined field stone tower in an attempt to build terrain for Frostgrave. After building some of the wall section, I had a bit of a Cat-trastophy with them. My cat decided those pieces would look better on a cement floor... in pieces. Since I posted in the September goals thread that I want to try and finish the building of the tower this month I thought I would post where I was in my progress. Be warned, my skill are very lacking, as there are several uneven level, but it is a ruined tower. There are going to be three level inside the tower that are being pressed in an attempt to keep them level. Here is a shot of the pieces apart. I'll be more than happy to take any advice.
  5. Just quick post to let folks know abut these stencils I picked up in my local Dollar Tree this weekend. They are in the school supply section. i thought they might be really useful for applying decorative painted patterns to temple floors, walls, pillars, etc... I forgot to include a ruler, but they are about 6 inches square.
  6. About this project Hello, We are so excited and honored that you are taking the time to consider our project. Our tabletop journey has brought us so much joy and satisfaction to be able to play with friends and family. The quality of the product that our terrain engineers have developed is truly a reward all its own. That being said, we would like to continue as a team to provide versatile, durable, and affordable terrain to everyone who might be interested in it. We created our terrain with the Game Master in mind. It is our mission to provide a suite of tools that could be provided that empower off-the-rails playability. We look forward to all of the community input so that we can tailor our efforts to bring to life the answers to the problems that we, as GMs, face throughout the multiverses. With your help, we hope to become an additional tool that can be wielded in the moment it is needed most. 1 Set Our basic set comes with the following: 6- 4x4 inch tile floors 8- 4 inch walls 4- 2 inch walls 6- 1 inch walls 2- 1 inch doors The floor tiles and walls are separated so that the GM can manipulate the field as they see fit. There is no prep time needed because the walls can be dropped in place immediately and configured in any conceivable fashion. Our walls lock together with magic so that they are stable without needing to be connected to the floor tiles. We designed the walls with playability in mind so that everyone at the table can still have a good view of the dungeon without needing to stand up and peer in. Standard 28mm miniatures are easily visible, and even paper tokens can be seen without requiring additional effort. By using the standard grid as a basis, we wanted to make sure that our product would enhance your existing setup, not become a replacement. *Add-on purchases are available for backers who purchase two sets or more. Our Forest Pack comes with two types of trees. We designed the trunks so that the leaves could be removed for those players or enemies who enjoy scaling the trees to hide or fire from a better vantage point. The $25 purchase comes with two trees, each of our small and large platform trunks. It is our great pleasure to offer our Caravel Add-on. This vessel connects with the same magic as our walls. The ship is stackable so multiple levels can be purchased if desired. The masts, sail yards, and crows nest are designed so that dramatic swashbuckling action can take place above the vessel itself. The masts can be removed if needed and can be replaced with the mast slot cover, in the event that the vessel is driven by oars or some other means. The ship is made up of three locking pieces: prow, aft and midship. The prow and aft can be connected to form smaller vessels and additional middle sections can be combined to create mighty warships or trading vessels. The undercarriage of the ship has four pillar slots that can be used to prop a ship up giving the GM the ability to place lurking sea creatures underneath. This also enables the GM to utilize the ship as an airship if desired, flying above the battlefield and exploring the skies. The $149 purchase comes with the prow, the aft, and the midship. It also comes with three masts, three mast hole covers and one crow's nest. Our $99 Galley Add-on comes with the prow, the aft, and the midship. It also comes with three mast hole covers. The $22 Support Pillars Add-on comes with 11- 3 inch tall support pillars that can be used to raise your ship off the ground or can be used as flying platforms to keep track of PCs and enemies in the chaos of battle.
  7. About this project Introducing the Z.O.D. gaming tiles, by Ill Gotten Games! We designed these 3d-printable files to be optimized for home printing and cover a wide (and expanding) variety of themes and genres. Whether you use them for RPG dungeon-delves, wargaming scenics, or anything else, these tiles print and assemble fast and easy and come off your build plate ready to paint! Z.O.D. tiles are optimized to print along the Z axis, meaning you can get high definition on details, use less material (0% infill), and fit more tiles per print. Because of the vertical printing, each floor tile is reversible, printing with two floor textures each. Z.O.D. tiles print easily in one piece and never require support material. Tiles easily slide or snap together for a firm hold, ensuring that each piece you print is textured to be part of the map. Each tile segment prints in an average of 45 minutes, and you can print one at a time to avoid curling if that's an issue for your machine. All genre themes will interlock, allowing you to mix and match from any set. Z.O.D. tiles are designed for use with 28mm/Heroic scale miniatures, though we will offer options for 15mm and 6mm scale gaming as well. Wall tiles use their own channels and do not infringe on the floor grids, each of which perfectly accommodates a 25mm/1" base. Try printing your Z.O.D. tiles in black filament (ABS or PLA) and skip the priming phase, painting directly onto the surface! We've released the basic set (Dungeon and Starship themes) on Thingiverse, so you can go and give those a download and start printing now! By pledging, you get expanded options for the core set, plus the Modern City and TechnoHell themes! Each themed set contains variations on the following pieces, plus extras (such as stairs, traps, elevators, et cetera) that will be added with stretch goals and in future releases. STRETCH GOALS After we've met the initial goal, we'll begin unlocking stretch goals. If you pledge $20 or more you'll get anything we release as a stretch goal, so be sure and keep an eye out for updates as we preview new goal levels! For those of you that don't know Ill Gotten Games, we curate a vast library of open source designs that you can find on Thingiverse, Pinshape, and other 3d printing file sharing platforms. If you're looking to populate your dungeons, we have an ongoing collection of "Delving Decor"suitable for that very purpose, along with 3d-printable buildings, characters, and more. You can also find us on Patreon, and though these sets will be available for sale after the Kickstarter, our patrons will continue to get Z.O.D. expansions as exclusive rewards as we release them. A few of the many scatter terrain designs we offer for free through our Delving Decor collection. Just to re-iterate, this campaign is for the digital files so you can print these pieces for yourself, not for the actual, physical (and painted) objects shown.
  8. I'm converting some Secret Weapon Miniatures "Tablescapes" terrain tiles to have a retro post-apocalyptic look for some Fallout-themed games for Necronomicon Science Fiction Convention - Tampa, FL (2017). My primary tools are some Japanese "plastic clay" and Apoxie Sculpt two-part epoxy putty. (More information on the convention, in case y'all are down in Tampa, Florida in October and want to check out the game. I'll be using a bunch of Reaper minis, too. ;) --> http://stonehill.org/necro.htm ) The "plastic clay" (pictured below) is pretty much the same stuff as Instant Mold in the US. It comes in ingots, and consists of a plastic with a low melting point, so I can boil a mug of water in the microwave for a couple of minutes, then dunk the plastic in the water, and it turns soft and pliable -- then, I get some pliers (mindful of the hot water!) and squash the plastic against a surface with a texture I'd like to "lift." Once it cools (a trip to the freezer can hasten this), I can peel off the plastic, and now I have a temporary press-mold -- and when I'm done, I can cut and re-melt it to use again. Apoxie Sculpt is your basic epoxy putty (similar to Magic Sculpt, Magic Sculp {sic}, and a number of others), useful for press molds, solidifies over the course of few hours, and can be sanded down once completely hardened. It's much cheaper than "green stuff," but far inferior to the green stuff for especially fine detail (such as sculpting faces on 25-32mm scale minis). So, my basic plan here is two-fold: for my Fallout (Savage Worlds) campaign, the unifying theme is that of a "road trip," so I want ROADS, and I need wrecked junkers along the way. There's no way I'm going to smash up this pretty O-scale truck I picked up, so instead my plan is to get impressions of the hood and grill, so I can add some '50s-ish car parts to my "Scrapyard" board, and a rusty hood and fallen road signs alongside a heavily eroded roadway through the wasteland. (I also posted photos of progress on converting Rolling Hills tiles into "wasteland eroded highway" in an album on my "wall," but I haven't figured out how to attach those here as well.) I have no idea what I'm doing. I'm just making this up as I go along. I reserve the right to back up, chip off pieces of dried epoxy putty, repaint, and try again, if it doesn't go well. The HIPS Tablescapes tiles are pretty durable, and the deep details give me good anchor points to add some putty details, but I don't want to bulk them up overly much, or add too much weight, as that defeats the purpose of having these modular lightweight terrain tiles to cart to game stores or conventions. 2017-07-07 Snapshot #1: Scrapyard Tile. I didn't actually ACCOMPLISH anything on this particular tile this morning. This is basically just to size up some of the stuff I'm working with. My plan is to "Fallout-ize" this and some other Tablescapes tiles by introducing a few more "retro" elements to the details. In this case, I plan on using the Japanese "plastic clay" to make temporary texture molds off of the hood and grill of this 1:43 scale toy truck, so I can have a circa 1950s-ish truck grill amid the debris, and a hood alongside a broken road. Above is the "natural" Apoxie Sculpt (gray), which I'll be using for the faked truck parts, but I scraped the bottom of some cans of black-dyed Apoxie Sculpt for some of the next steps. (As I said, I'm making this up as I go.) 2017-07-07 Snapshot #2: Street Crack Textures. First, I used some plastic clay to squash down on one of my "Urban Streets (Clean)" tiles to get impressions of some clusters of cracks represented on the surface, to make some temporary texture stamps. The board up top is what I'm working on to make the tiles usable: spray-paint to give the street a bit of color, some pumpkin orange as "rust" for grates and grills, and several passes of dribbling brushes soaked with whatever crud was at the bottom of my paintbrush cup into the gutters and cracks in the hopes of it drying up and looking like detritus left after run-off. Later on, I may try cramming little pieces of sprue painted up as tin cans, and wads of paper to suggest trash clogging the drains. These particular street boards I want to look "cruddy" more than "post-apocalyptic," because I may get more use out of them for modern-day games. I haven't yet decided on what to do for street markings. Maybe an arbitrary cross-walk somewhere, and some dotted lines, and whatever signs of weathering I can do to make it interesting, but no fallen road signs or wrecked car parts or skulls in the gutters, or anything that TOO strongly brands this as "post-apoc."
  9. This was originally a birthday present last year, a fairly simple German resin ship kit for a medieval-style cog. Since I was playing a Githyanki in Dungeons and Dragons at the time, I modeled, painted, and sewed the vessel up into a more or less spelljammer, since named Black Moon's Bane from events in the game. There is a fairly detailed Work-in-Progress thread for this ship, if anyone has questions about materials or techniques. Or you can ask here; that's fine. A list of materials: Resin ship's hull model, wooden dowels, bamboo chopsticks, bamboo kitchen skewers, acrylic paint, brass wire, silk organza, silk taffeta, wooden furniture peg, jewelry findings (barrel clasps, jump rings), jewelers chain, metal necklace charms, glass seed beads, waxed linen bookbinder's thread, waxed linen carpet warp, silk buttonhole thread, cotton twine, metallic polyester yarn, nylon cord, screw eyes, 1/2" zinc fender washer, various glues The bowsprit (left) is a bamboo chopstick painted and wrapped with brass wire. The hatch on the deck (right) looks down over a forested landscape. The ship's rails are painted with (imaginary) red runes on black, then washed over thinly with silver metallic paint. From some angles the rails look silver and the runes are invisible. From others they show clearly. The ship's wheel (visible at the upper deck on the stern) is a charm bracelet charm with the hanging loop filed off. I nailed and glued it to the post (made from a furniture peg) so that it spins freely. It is mounted on a small fender washer so it can be moved around the ship. The runes around the door to belowdecks are imaginary. I may think of more stuff to say later. Right now I'm a little dazed.
  10. This is a pair of terrain pieces that appeared in the Bones 3 pledge manager as was as far as I remember not actually a part of the Bones 3 KS campaign. Naturally, as it was called "Statue of Dagon" I had to have it. I kept the painting simple, as I want to use this as a scatter terrain piece. The main piece is 11cm tall. I forgot to put a mini in for scale again. Sorry about that. Statue of Dagon (as of yet it does not have a code number) Reaper Miniatures Bones 3 KS Unknown sculptor, it is not in the webstore yet. Bonesium PVC
  11. About this project Dungeon Box, by Custom Terrain Dungeon Box sets give you all the terrain you need to create a highly detailed and captivating scene for your dungeon roleplaying games. The aim is to provide intricate, diorama-quality scenery, in a box set that lets you create a complete scene! Designed for 28mm scale games. Pieces are cast in polyurethane resin, and can be easily painted using model paints designed for miniatures. _________________________________________ The first run of box sets will include: The Blacksmith's Forge A wave of intense heat emanates from the heart of the forge, punctuated by the sounds of industrious hammering, as glowing metal is pounded into submission in a shower of sparks. The Master Blacksmith toils by the anvil, turning the iron in his hand with expert grace. Seemingly satisfied, he takes the hot iron and plunges it into a barrel of water, sending steam hissing into the air. The Forge Dungeon Box Set The Blacksmith's Forge Box Set will include: A Large Stone Forge Fireplace Bellows Apparatus A Coal Firebed An Anvil & Stump Quenching Barrel Workbenches set (2) Weapon Racks set (2) Tools and Weapons Accessories sheet Coal Piles (2) Ore Cart Tool box. Forge Firebed _________________________________________ The Potion Master's Workshop Strange perfumed scents, thick odours, and sharp herbal smells mix together into a fog at the doorway to the potion shop. As you step in you feel light-headed and warm. A cauldron bubbles gently away over some embers, while the Potion Master slices and weighs an assortment of ingredients at a workbench. The Potion Master's Workshop The Potion Master's Box Set will include: Wooden Tables (2) & Chairs (2) Workbenches (2) Wooden Medicine Shelf Medicine Cabinet Potion Ingredients sheet Assorted utensils & bowls details sheet Mixed herbs & utensils details sheet Stove Assorted bottles and jars A large Cauldron & Base Plants (2) Detailed Ingredients & Utensils _________________________________________ The Tavern Hall The murmur of conversation, the odd raucous laugh, the smell of stale beer and tobacco smoke, sticky counter tops, the clink of mugs... The Tavern is the central focal point of almost any town or city, and is an excellent place for adventurers to relax, get provisions and accommodation, or procure information. Tavern Hall Box Set The Tavern Hall Box Set will include: A set of Tavern Benches Wooden Shelves (2) Large Wooden Ale Barrels (4) Assorted foods and utensils to cover every table surface and more General accessories, including crates and wine jars Assorted bottles and mugs (unpictured) Short wooden tables (2) and seats Long wooden table (1) and seats Wooden Stools set (6) Tavern Counter & Barrels _________________________________________ Funds will go directly towards material costs and packaging costs to have the box sets produced, as well as toward new and duplicate moulds for some of the pieces in these sets. And More, to be announced: Once the first funding goal is reached, I will announce additional stretch goals, including: Custom printed game tiles for each box set, Bonus scenery pieces and details for each set, New complete box set options to choose from, including a Bedroom box set, Kitchens box set, and a Wizards Study box set, which are currently in development.
  12. About this project Gothic Architecture spans multiple game systems. From Vampire Castles to Medieval Cathedrals and the Interstellar Empires of the far future. Rampage Gothic is a 28mm Scenery Building System, designed for Wargames and Role Playing Games. Each pledge is delivered as an STL file pack to print on your home 3D printer. Rampage Gothic uses OpenLOCK to lock the pieces in place and top locking pins so building levels can stack. Rampage Gothic is fully backwards compatible with all Rampage Dungeonsand Rampage Castles. Rampage Gothic comes in two main pledges; Gothic Cathedral and Gothic Industrial. Each pledge gets you a set of 3D printable models and the stretch goals related to that pledge. If you pledge the All-In pledge or the All-In Early Bird pledge you will also get the bonus items for free. See each pledge for details. PLEDGE US48 The Gothic Cathedral contains all the elements you need to build and create your own Gothic Cathedral or Gothic Castle. This includes a full set of OpenLOCK compatible walls and floors Interior with Medieval floors PLEDGE US48 The Gothic Industrial is a set of Sci-Fi OpenLOCK Walkways and Modular Plasma Stacks. You can use them as 'stand alone' or to create multiple complex structures. You can also combine them with the Gothic Cathedral. The free stretch goals are a big part of our Kickstarters. The more strech goal we hit, the more models you will get. We will be adding more stretch goals as the Kickstarter progresses. The bonus items are free with the All-In pledge, and we will be adding more of these as the campaign progresses. So let us know what you are looking for, and we will start making bonus items.
  13. I can't find this in the store. Is it available yet?
  14. About this project Well... We are back again! With Our 3rd Kickstarter for STL Files! 28mm Sci-fi Buildings and Scenery! First up is our main Pledge, For £40 you will receive all of this! Stretch Goals! Missed Our last Kickstarters? For £130 You can get all three Kickstarters! 28mm Modular Buildings - STL Files - OpenLOCK 28mm Universal Tile Kickstarter - Modern
  15. Photographer Rä di Martino traveled around the Tunisian desert in September 2010 locating and photographing the decaying old sets for the original Star Wars films, which she learned had never been torn down. Fascinating pictures here: https://petapixel.com/2013/05/12/photo-series-visits-abandoned-star-wars-film-sets-in-the-deserts-of-north-africa/
  16. Here's my attempt at Narthrax in a Smaug inspired color-scheme. She's defending her kill which is hidden at the back of the base. The base is a 10cm MDF board with some 3D printed rocks attached to create a cross-section effect on the edge of the base. I coated the 3D printed parts in plaster filler to add texture and used some cork, gravel and sand to finish the base. The horse parts are removable to make a less scary version. They're made from some old citadel horse and skeletal horse models. The horse head has a small metal pin on the side that inserts into a hole in Narthrax's hand. The ponies in the last shot are from Impact Miniatures Chibi Pony set.
  17. I recently finished the Dagon Statue terrain pieces from Bones 3. Nothing fancy, but a series of drybrushed layers. Step by step can be found here: http://allbonesabout.blogspot.com/2017/08/dagon-statue-bones-3-terrain.html
  18. Another piece for my Lost World Project. WIP here: http://forum.reapermini.com/index.php?/topic/69308-lost-world-project-glitterwolf-paints-coldblooded-creatures-and-conquistadores/ I was inspired by @malefactus who made a few scenic photo backdrop boards. ( He also send me the War Turtle as a gift, he is in the last pic) I figured I'll give it a try, would be nice to take pics of finished recruits and monsters in the right surroundings. So I made this little board out of foam, Some greenstuff and Milliput on wood to create an Aztec Style Dungeon Door, I made the glyphs using a Greenstuffworld Rolling Pin. Vegetation made with a little plastic plant from a thrift store, Aztec Ruins from Greenstuffworld and lots of moss/flock and such which were a gift from the awesome @knarthex. Hope you enjoy it I have taken pics of my Lost World minis in this background and they can be seen in my Lost World Project. A few teasers are in here. Nothing too complicated, I kept it simple because it is "just" a backdrop. I had fun making it. Maybe I will make another one with an Undead/Gothic theme one day too. Well here it is.
  19. About this project I already sell a range of buildings that feature tubes and these are some of my most popular items. The downside to these existing building designs is that they require Pringle tubes sourced by the customer. I have wanted to expand this line for quite some time but did not want to continue to rely on the use of Pringle tubes. I want to switch to a more reliable source of tubes that will also allow multiple sizes to be used in the buildings to provide more variety. These new buildings are a product of these development ideas, with the majority of the new buildings using at least one size of card tube in the design. A major improvement with this range of new buildings is that this time the tubes will be provided as part of the building kits. They all share a common design theme allowing any and all of them to look at home when placed together on a table top. I have also included a high level of detail on these buildings. The aim of this Kickstarter is to raise the funds to order a large supply of the card tubes. For economic reasons, these need to be ordered in from overseas. The shipping fees and import add a considerable amount onto the price, however these costs will be defrayed on a large order, improving the value for the money. Offering these buildings initially as a Kickstarter allows a large order base to be developed to provide the best economics. Therefore, ordering in a large amount allows me to price my buildings at a very fair price for the level of detail, size and quality that you will receive. The majority of these building include my standard LED lighting system in red, blue or green. This time the lighting is optional, the buildings have been designed to hide the LEDS and holes for the builds, so if the buildings do not have the lights in place you cannot see the LED fixtures. This is a significant improvement over my first Kickstarter designs where the lights were placed on the outside of the building and needed covers to direct the light and hide the fixtures. The battery cases are held in place inside the building using high quality branded Velcro. Each set of lights require 2xAA batteries and I recommend Duracell or a similar high quality branded battery. If you do not wish to have the lighting kits you will be able to opt out of them after the Kickstarter on your questionnaire. Another aim of this Kickstarter is to increase my range of buildings with internal access for game play. To this end I have designed many of the buildings with removable roofs, please note not all of the buildings have this feature. Like the lighting I have designed this feature to be optional. The buildings with the feature will come with it as standard but you will be able to glue the roof in place if desired. If you intend to make use of this feature combined with the lighting you will have to neatly arrange the wires inside of the buildings so you can have hassle free access to the inside. This is straight forward as the wires are easy to manipulate and glue in place. These buildings are designed for 28mm wargames. They are also suitable as building kits for display and hobbyists. I recommend building these with PVA glue for the wood sections and tubes and Superglue with activator for the wires and bulbs. This Kickstarter has a large range of buildings ranging from simple to complex. To help with your selection I have added a difficulty key. This is found at the bottom of the image of each building. The key works on a 1-5 scale with 1 being a simple straight forward build and 5 being complex and intricate build. Complexity is decided by amount of parts, size and how involved / detailed the construction is. The more complex kits will be supported by instructions with more detail and explanation included with the kit. All kits are provided with printed instructions which will consist of text and photos of each of the stages throughout the build process. Where needed for clarity they will also include line drawings of the stages and parts needed. These kits vary in time needed to construct from approximately 4 of hours for a smaller simpler building up to a day of continuous effort. As some of the gluing will be with PVA, there will be times when the building needs to be left to stand whilst the glue sets. The time needed is reflected in the difficulty key, therefore expect a 1 rated building to take 3-5 hours to construct and a 5 rated building 18-24 hours. There are 45 buildings in this campaign split in to 3 main categories. Commercial, Industrial and Military, buildings are put in to these categories based on the theme of the building. There is also a 4th sub category called the Expedition buildings. This is a small set that features Commercial, Industrial and Military buildings but with a slightly different aesthetic to the overall design that runs through all of the buildings in this group. All of the buildings are shown below, split into the three main categories. You may pick any of the buildings if you are taking one of the bundle pledges or if taking just a single building pledge please use the correct one of the two options.
  20. Now Live WarStages is THE scenery system you've been waiting for: Modular as LEGO, Epic as a Movie Set, So Flexible that you can go from Super Massive Battles to Skirmishes, even RPG, and everything in between! Coming on Kickstarter in July 2017, with great Early Bird pledges, so don't miss the launch! Watch this space for more images daily, info, and the upcoming countdown clock... https://www.ragingheroes.com/blogs/warstages-kickstarter/kscoming DON'T MISS THE LAUNCH: Sign up to our special Warstages Newsletter, and follow us on Kickstarter (make sure you enable notifications) and Facebook. go on then I'll manage the thread for this which actually looks quite impressive (although as I generally don't do scenery or terrain I won't be pledging unless something special comes up), although July looks pretty crowded already with a fair number of big projects (CMON's Game of Thrones, Petersen Games Cthulhu Wars: Onslaught 3)
  21. Reconstructed and redesigned in response to your input, Stronghold on the Borderlands has been reimagined as a MASSIVE digital, infinite fort design for 3dprinting. This Design will offer more than SIX TIMES the digital content for the SAME PRICE as our initial launch! Original resin options will also remain with many NEW add-on options.
  22. About this project About us Here at Dark Lord Miniatures we just love to create new and amazing things for use in 28mm tabletop games. What originally began as a simple hobby for the founder Matthew Kent, painting and sculpting quickly evolved into a way of life. Armed with his keen eyes and unorthodox approach to anything he attempts Matthew has taken what was once a hobby and has turned it into a constantly expanding business that is dedicated to making gamers fall in love with their hobbies all over again. Up to now we have hand cast every product we've made in solid polyurethane resin before each piece is inspected for flaws, if there's something we aren't happy with it doesn't make it past the bin. It can be time consuming but it is our dedication that has set us apart from the rest, the results speak for themselves. Why are we running a Kickstarter? To put it simply, we love what we do. We love making new things, we love making games more immersive and most importantly we love that feeling when our customers enjoy our products. That's a whole lotta love right there! Our first ever Kickstarter! As the title implies, this is our first ever Kickstarter campaign. We hope you're as excited as us! After months of hard work and prototyping we are proud to release our new range of tiles to the public. These tiles will make up the main part of what will be called the Dungeon Foundation Set, they have been designed with simplicity and accessibility in mind with the goal of creating a fully modular tile system while maintaining a quick setup time. We aim to get this Kickstarter wrapped up in time for Christmas as we know a lot of RPG and tabletop enthusiasts would love to find a box of our tiles under the tree. We decided to launch our range via Kickstarter as it allows us to reach out to a great community for help in bringing our dream to life. That Brings un on to the next part... What are you helping us to make? Over the past few months we have dedicated our time to prototyping modular 3D tiles for the Dungeon Foundation Set, we have now completed all the main structural tiles and it is with your help that we will create all the moulds necessary to begin full time production. Your money will help us to buy all the materials needed to produce the tiles and in return you will be among the first in the world to own some of Dark Lord Miniatures modular dungeon system. As a thankyou we will unlock free stretch goals throughout the campaign plus you will get all our tiles for less than the RRP. Stretch goals Throughout the funding period we will unlock stretch goals at specific milestones. These may be tiles or components you have already seen, some of them may be new tiles we have been working on. Please note that free stretch goals are only available for certain pledge levels. Pledge Levels Here you will find pictures of what to expect in each of the pledges. Please note only the DUNGEON SET 1 pledge and higher will qualify for free stretch goals. This is everything you will get in DUNGEON SET 1 Gallery Below are some pictures of the various tiles in use as well as some unpainted examples of the prototype tiles. We will also add pictures of any unlocked stretch goals. A side by side comparison of a painted advance junction tile next to its resin counterpart. These resin masters will be used to make the mould for the final product once they have been cleaned up. Below are some pictures of the main tiles that make up the majority of the Dungeon Foundation Set.
  23. About this project This will be Oz Clay Creations' first Kickstarter campaign release. Our goal is to bring a complete range of scatter terrain pieces to the community that fulfills all the needs of the scenarios for the Frozen City and its expansions. No more using toilet rolls for pillars or missing pieces when purchasing dungeon sets not specific to the game or even replacing needed pieces with close likenesses. All our pieces are hand sculpted in fine detail, cast in quality resin and then hand-painted in the theme suited to the frozen city. Despite our pieces' versatility, each piece has been designed to fit a specific goal, yet still have diverse uses. We are thrilled to finally release The Frost Collection to the community, with the hope that you will find a treasured place for our pieces among your finished collections. The aim of future campaigns like this will be to give us the opportunity to produce for the community quality scatter terrain pieces for those collections of RPG, skirmish and tabletop games so popular today, bringing our backers the sets they need that are ready out of the box to hit the tabletop running. Our project includes three special sets that will open up the opportunity for gamers to uniquely create a setting that matches the feel of the game so many of us love. Our pledge of The Deluxe Set targets the needs of a two-person game, whereas pledges of two full sets covers four players. A pledge on our Core Set will fulfill the scatter terrain pieces needed for the base game. The two other sets round out what is needed for all the extra expansions that followed.
  24. About this project Welcome to TheXLC 2017 Kickstarter Station 111 You stumble alone through the dark, desperately feeling your way through the twists and turns of the labyrinth you find yourself trapped in. Inhuman noises echo throughout the hallways, making your heart race even faster. Suddenly you slip, something wet on the floor catches you off guard and you almost fall. The blackness makes it impossible to see but you know in your heart that this is the blood of some unfortunate soul that has perished. You sink to the floor, feeling the crushing despair overwhelm you. Where are you? How did you get here? And perhaps most importantly, will you ever escape Station 111...... We are very pleased to launch Station 111, a full 4ft x 4ft wargaming terrain set, complete with a matching game mat! Designed for close quarter games with limited lines of sight and suitable for use in a variety of game systems. It encourages a claustrophobic game style. Offers a huge array of layout options. The pieces are solid, modular and pre-printed all you need do is peel off the backing sheet, glue the pieces together and its ready for use, it's that easy. For this Kickstarter we are now offering 7 pledge levels. A full set contents: 65 Wall sections. 4 Security Gates. 5 Bulkheads. 20 Barriers, 10 long - 10 Short 1 4ft x 4ft gaming mat. Below is a selection of pictures showing how these parts will look once produced. Our first stretch goal is ready to go and will be announced when we hit our funding target!
  25. One of my girls discarded her empty perfume bottles. Now, I'm not a gamer, but I noticed some nice shapes. It occured to me that many of you could use such things for terrain in your games or even for dioramas. Here are some examples taken from the internet. Think about putting them upside down and you could have a gargantuan gem, a temple, an obelisk, a magic conflux? Some could be used upright. Just remove that spraybutton/ cap thingie.. Maybe this is useful to you? Feel free to add more ideas.
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