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ENDS 8PM BST 14TH APRIL Hi Chums! Sorry I left it so late to post, I have been ill the whole Kickstarter! Just scrambling now in the last few hours - despite this though it's going brilliantly! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/badsquiddogames/women-of-ww2-soviet-russia-28mm-miniatures We are close to the last stretch goal now - an adoring fan for our guitar player! Yes you heard that right! Unlocks have been: Winter Tank Riders Pack A Winter Tank Riders Pack B Winter Tank Command Winter Tank Hunters Dzhulbars the Mine
Sorry for the late yell, been the busiest month of life...ever! TooFatLardies collaboration - last few hours of my KS for British Home Front. They're working on a FREE supplement with rules and scenarios for all the minis, not just for the women, rules that will fit with your male and existing figures too for Chain of Command. But of course there are many games and eras you can use em in. As well as women there's hero dogs, pigeons and other critters! Bad Squiddo is just me and I've been working my arrrrse off getting this off the ground, so even a cheeky pe
BOMBSHELL BABES 2!!![/center] About this project The Babesâ„¢ are back!We bring you a whole new set of fantastic female character models suitable for use with all manner of tabletop Wargames and RPGs! Although we're using a term like "Babes" to describe the line, these characters are much more than a label. The concept is something retro and nostalgic that is intended to evoke images of famous paintings like J. Howard Miller's "We Can Do It" and Rockwell's "Rosie the Riveter". Why return to Kickstarter? We have all of the models shown ready to go into production, but molding and mast
Google 'bad squiddo games'. The owner has a very good collection of decently dressed/equipped (no chain mail bikinis here) female characters ranging from fantasy to sci-fi and most things in between. A fair amount of the figures she sells are available elsewhere (she has Reaper stuff), but there are also some sculpts that I've never seen anywhere else. Just thought it may be of interest to folks here.