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Ok, this may have been asked before and I have a terrible memory and I could not find a straight answer in the FAQ. The white material vs the slightly less white material (not to be confused with bones black) I have a what is essentially a bucket of bones miniatures from all 4 kickstarters. Im a slow painter. I decided to pick a few out to paint. I painted Almaran the gold and noticed his head was deformed. replaced it Next I tried Durok the dwarf ranger and I noticed his right side did not mold correctly. Nothing I could do about it but its fine not complaining. Ive noticed m
I am a huge fan of Reaper paints and miniatures. I've collected many metal Reaper minis now and have bought big into each Bones Kickstarter. But I want to request that Reaper consider changing the type of plastic used for the smaller miniatures with thin weapons or other parts, especially swords, spears, etc. I know the hot/cold water treatment can help, but it is still difficult to get some weapons to be really straight on the smaller minis with long thin weapons. I have recently seen other companies produce nice plastic miniatures that felt sturdy enough not to easily break, but stiff en
I recently found an aspect or quality of, the word escapes me right now, of the bones material that i think is quite underrated: they are not particularily painful to step upon with bare feet. Especially when compared to metal minis, also known as caltrops. (Or even legoes...) I am happy to report that the mini survived the stomp attack, and the foot came away with only minor smarting that did not last all that long.