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  1. Not familiar with the company, but they're collaborating with Tiny Furniture in their upcoming townsfolk KS! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tabletopworld/tabletop-worlds-market-28-32mm-3d-printed-terrain?ref=clipboard-prelaunch
  2. Well, King Games is back with their fourth Dunkeldorf KS, named "The Streets of Dunkeldorf"! And they've already crushed the base goal, as well as the initial two stretch goals! Currently at 97,500 DKK/$13,200 USD of 12,000 DKK/$1600 USD. 😄 https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kinggames/the-streets-of-dunkeldorf There are three pledges: "Copper Coin" ($7) gives you a single miniature and access to the pledge manager. "Silver Coin" ($41) gives you all eight base minis, art print, and all "Silver Stretch Goals"(which I interpret as probably half the stretch goals). "Gold Coin" ($67) gives you everything in the "Silver Coin" pledge, plus the Road Signs(3x) and Street Lanterns(3x) sets, as well as the Notice Board. And of course, all "Gold Stretch Goals". Both "Silver Coin" and "Gold Coin" have "Early Bird" versions for the first day, which gives you a set of three mutant birds(one for each stage, turning from normal to mutated, two headed bird).
  3. Hey there! I completed another model for my diorama. Here's the 04022, Goose Lady sculpted by Bob Ridolfi for Reaper Miniatures. Have a great weekend!
  4. I was sent this mini as part of a preview package for The Streets of Dunkeldorf KS, so this mini isn't "out in the wild" quite yet. (Late pledges/PM closing soon!) But I've been looking forward to painting up this guy for quite some time now, and I'm super happy with finally having gotten to do so! And I'm quite content with how he turned out! I don't remember which paints I used here, but it was almost exclusively Reaper paints.
  5. Here's a follow up projet from Infernal Miniatures, a set of Townsfolk that are fully compatible with the bandits and mercenaries from their last project, The Unlawful Bunch https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/infernalminiatures/simple-townsfolk-modular-npcs-stl-pack/description "Welcome to my 3rd Kickstarter campaign "Simple Townsfolk"! Huge thanks for your interest in this project - Hopefully this campaign can get your attention for a while! Townsfolk, commoners, civilians - or whatever you want to call them. This package is full of such models. They make great NPC's for tabletop Role Playing Games but nothing stands in your way to make player characters out of those - especially with "Simple Townsfolk" modular bodies, arms and heads. If you don't like to play around with various arms and accessories - you can just go ahead and print some of the unique premade miniatures and a head piece that fits them. Just a regular day in the city. Most of these models were made for people who like to customize their characters with different head choices, arms, accessories et cetera. Every miniature, body head and arm can be mirrored to "double" the possibilites. You can expect even more from the stretchgoals and - what's not always the case - Those models are backwards compatible with my last project - The Unlawful Bunch. ALL of the models are test printed before release! All of the models come pre-supported for 32mm scale. I've conducted some tests with 28mm scale(downsize them in your slicer to 75-85%) and these works great as well, missing only the smallest of details. Resizing them further might make supports way too thin and I wouldn't recommend that (you can easily support them yourself tho!) So, what can you expect from in the core package? 56 masculine and feminine bodies without heads and arms - fully customizable. Guard bodies have their own set of heads and arms too. 42 unique miniatures. Based on the available bodies - Those come with specifically placed arms. Still - most of them can be customized with different heads and accessories. Some sort of shady business or just a regular deal? 103 different heads. Some of those are angry, others are smiling or just talking. Different hats and helmets based on medieval iconography. In addition, I've added 23 bold head options for people who just want bald minis or like to create their own hair with greenstuff. Total: 126 heads in core package. These heads are fully compatible with "The Unlawful Bunch" bodies and vice versa. Dozens of masculine and feminine arms in different positions, with various items/weapons. Some of those arms will let you create different kind of professions alltogether - Would you like your blacksmith in Nobleman clothes? Not a problem. Some professions might not have their own body type, but in most cases you will find a set of arms that will complete the picture with any other body! 43 Gluable Accessories. Those can help in making some of the characters even more unique. More to come in the stretchgoals! Backpacks, satchels, knives, sheaths and tools. A lot of possibilities. Catalogues for everything - Heads, Bodies, Miniatures, Accessories and Arms. My last project shown me how helpful those can be to find the specific files. They will be released alongside all the files or shortly after that. Plus content from unlocked stretchgoals (new heads, new accessories , new bodies etc.) that can extend the customization possibilites even further. You will find every render and some photos of already printed and painted miniatures below! Bodies(56): Miniatures(42): Heads(126): Accessories(43): Keyring with keys is missing in the picture, but don't worry - It's in! Selection of Arms: Some Arm examples. There's too many of those to post renders of every single one in the campaign! There is much more arm options which were not rendered or still need some finishing touches. You can expect 3 lines of arms for commoners (shirt, long sleeve, noble) as well as limited lines with unique equipment for Guardsmen. Remember - The models are STL files and pre-supported STL files (for resin 3d printing) so they are fully digital. Those are not physical items. You need to print them on your own. You can freely resize those models if you need to. Originally, they are about 32mm scale size. They will definitely work well with all the terrain and scatter bits devoted to that scale." I actually grabbed the late pledge for their first project when I saw them running previews for this one, as it was the same day Warhammer Community was teasing about James Workshop's cat being named "Mordheim" and that set was perfect for such a project. They're great sculpts with an insane amount of variety, but they are HUGE by default. Shockingly, their pre-supports work at scaled down to 80% which puts them with most classic Warhammer plastics.
  6. A family of gong farmers(Gaerhart, Gertrud, & Gerd) from the Dunkeldorf line of minis! These were really fun to paint! 😄 (The bucket and wheelbarrow are part of the set.) Painted with AP Speedpaints for the base coat and some tinting, as well as some regular AP paints and a bunch of Reaper paints. Did some experimenting with this, doing no layering outside of the skin, but instead went hard on the edge highlighting. I think it turned out well. 😄
  7. Don't even think of getting inside with your dirty boots on. A minute later; you could have at least left your hoe outside. Someone’s gonna sleep in the dog's house tonight...
  8. A fun and easy paint job. I can imagine him squealing "popping fresh!" when he comes from the oven.
  9. I like to imagine that this goblin learned to read about 5 or 6 words, he decided that made him a scholar, and then he went into the book-selling business. In looking him over, it occurred to me that the torso and legs are exactly the same as the Halfling Necromancer I posted a while back. I was about to call shenanigans, but my research suggests that MZ4250 actually sculpted both minis.
  10. I really like this mini's design. She's very slim and tall, which gives her an imposing look. I've actually got a little squad based around her that I hope to paint and put together at some point. The only drawback to the mini's sculpt is that there wasn't a lot of detail in the dress. I had to create the majority of the definition with highlights (not sure how well it shows up in pictures, though).
  11. I think he's my favorite of this whole set. He could pass for a heroic fighter in a pinch, but this guy seems to scream "shady thug/mercenary" through and through. As you can see in the side-by-side pic with an unpainted example, the detail on the cape was originally...lacking (it looked like he had a boogie board strapped to his back). I can work with LOW detail, but this cape had NO detail. So, I ended up making a custom cape and was much happier with how it looked. And that's it for the original set of Wildspire townsfolk. Thanks for endulging me during this trip down memory lane. They did do a later version of this set that added about 11 more figures ( kind of a "set 1.5," I guess). I've got that one, so I'll be painting the newer guys at some point.
  12. He's officially called a "priest," but I got more of a monk vibe from him. Not a flashy paint job, but it works for a monk. The pages in the book are decoupage (basically, printed bits covered in layers of thinned-out pva glue). Then, I gave it a slight wash to age the pages a bit.
  13. I like how she turned out. She seems like she'd be haughty, but could also take care of herself in a fight.
  14. Not sure what I'd ever use her for (might be kind of cool as a bright-eyed level 1 adventurer who eventually gets upgraded to a more impressive mini as she levels up). Anyway...definitely not a bad sculpt. Enjoy.
  15. We certainly don't get many (any?) female blacksmith models, so this one was a welcome addition.
  16. I spent a long time experimenting with different color schemes on this guy. I'm pleased with the end result (they may not be super-useful, but plague Doctor minis are always welcome in my collection)
  17. This guy's about as generic as they get, but he reminded me of the classic Dark Tower game piece figures (so I instantly became a fan of him). His head is waaaay too small, though. For his color scheme, I was inspired by Dirk the Daring from Dragon's Lair (the freehand design on the shield is meant to be kind of an abstract representation of Dirk's backpack, since this mini didn't have a pack of his own).
  18. I like the sculpt of this figure, but I totally pooched the apron (kept trying to fix it and eventually just got to the point where I could tolerate it enough to call it done). Bonus points to anyone who can identify my source of inspiration for the figure's paint job.
  19. I like the way this one came out. I tried to match realistic fox coloration as much as possible. I went for a Romani-inspired wardrobe. I wanted the verticle green stripes in her skirt to be subtle, but I think they actually ended up being a bit TOO subtle (you can barely see them). I guess it's just an old, faded garment. 🙂
  20. I thought I'd post some minis I painted a few years ago from Wildspire's "Heroic Townsfolk" set. I'm more proud of some than of others, of course. First up is this pair of goblins...obviously trying to sneak into an R-rated play.
  21. I love this guy's design...from the wonky big eye to the stylish top hat. He's got a lot of character. Looking back, I wish I'd gone further highlighting the black coat (just to give it more life). One of these days, I need to get around to building him a little stall/storefront.
  22. Hello All, Here is a Dwarf Butcher 77460 that I painted up a couple months ago. Thank you for looking.
  23. Another fun project from Midlam, this time Gnome and Halfling Children. Unlike most of their previous projects, they're having multiple stretch goals. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1662635043/gnome-and-halfling-children/description Story Most Halfling children (or Quarterlings) lead a happy carefree existence in the sleepy backwaters of the halfling lands, in preparation for their happy care free adulthood that they will spend in those same lands. Gnome Children (or Gnomelings) generally play around their Gnome hill homes, told not to go too far, but equally, not to hang around inside the hill getting in everyone's way. Quarterlings and Gnomelings Welcome to our latest project, where we bring you the much anticipated junior Gnomes and Halflings! These compliment Midlam Miniatures' large and growing range of Adult Gnomes and Halflings. Here you can back one, the other, or both sets! Stretch Goal Levels #1 - #3 Unlocked! Stretch Goals Unlike most of our Kickstarters which offer 1 or perhaps 2 miniatures, we are going to add a Halfling and Gnome Child miniature for ever £1000 we reach, until the classes are empty and we have run out of miniatures. Some stretch goal miniatures might be bigger than others and may count as two stretch goals (over £2000) due to their size and weight.
  24. Here is a quickpaint of the boy and girl from Bones V townsfolk - I see a lot of flaws, and in another dimension with more time I would redo their hair in particular! But they are cabin boys on the Heartbreaker (aka Sophie's Revenge) for now,....
  25. I'm a bit behind on my show-offs. Here's one from July. From Reapercon 2020..... I wanted to give this fairy tale classic a modern twist, thus the tie-dyed shawl and the green apple. Granny might also have some other "organic" produce and specialty home made items behind the counter.
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