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Very interesting. However, I might be more inclined to buy just a few robot minis for say $20 than a whole robot casting kit. But that's just me.

 

Also, I find those robots to be a bit cute for my taste. It would be nice have have some realistic ones, too.

 

True, the robots are kind of cute looking, but since they come in parts that are assembled, one could (hopefully) make a neat assembly line look.

 

I'm certain some of the licensed retailers (e.g. Naloomi, CastleKits) will pick them up; keep an eye out if you want to grab a cast or two to check out.

-Dave

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- Some Industrial robots might be useful. The "single-large-arm-on-a-base" kind like you see in car factories or that Tony Stark had assisting him. They could have various tool or claw options.

 

Have you seen Bruce's new molds? (at the bottom, #'s 328, 329, and 330)

 

Erg?! I have been remiss and haven't visited HA in a while. Awesome, though that are a bit...'cartoony'...for my Shadowrun or Traveller needs, I could easily see them in Paranoia.

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A male and a female space elf. And by "space elf" I mean a figure with the physical features of a fantasy elf, but IN SPACE! I don't mean a product made by a company across the pond from a dark and grouchy future setting where there are only out-of-control police actions.

 

 

I don't remember any space elves in Judge Dredd...

But you're right; I'd like to see more of the Rach soldiers.

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- Guys in suits with automatic rifles or submachineguns. They could be corporate thugs, secret service agents, drug dealers, etc...

 

- A barber with a straight razor. It could be done creepy or straight up.

 

- A body in a gibbet. Or hanging in the gallows.

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That gave me flashbacks of an OC I did for an old SW campaign. She'd make an interesting mini.

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- Some Industrial robots might be useful. The "single-large-arm-on-a-base" kind like you see in car factories or that Tony Stark had assisting him. They could have various tool or claw options.

Have you seen Bruce's new molds? (at the bottom, #'s 328, 329, and 330)

 

 

Very cool!

Very interesting. However, I might be more inclined to buy just a few robot minis for say $20 than a whole robot casting kit. But that's just me.

 

Also, I find those robots to be a bit cute for my taste. It would be nice have have some realistic ones, too.

I agree I would rather buy the minis, but at the same time. those molds can be used for other things. I don't think they are too cutesy though.

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Miore IMEF marines, just holding the basic boltgun, in various poses.

 

Maybe a comms IMEF one checking his vox

 

Maybe one with a grenade, or a demo specialist, holding a grenade or melta-bomb, about to theow it.

 

Maybe one taking cover behind a wall.

 

But definitely more basic pose guys, like the way the GW Space Marines are posed

 

If they were in Bones plastic, so much the better. I got in on the Bones kickstarter, so I'm not afraid to drop money on Reaper.

 

Also, a generic bug alien, that HAS to be in Bones plastic. Something like a Hormogaunt or a Defiance Games Bugs. Something we can collect a ton of.

 

--Chris

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More evil clowns, we need to have like six or seven, plus an evil ringmaster, carnival barker, strong man, etc.

More zombie survivors, although I worry, when the Reaper metal figures are so expensive and Wargames Factory has two boxes of Zombie survivors (men and women)

More geek and nerd figures.

More lovecraft-esque monsters

 

We need an IMEF medic, comms trooper, and standard bearer.

Seconding the request for High School Kids. Letter Jacket, Cheerleader, Nerds, school Bully Etc.

More anime school girls like Candy, Anime Heroine

More anime-esque figs in general.

British punk rock guys with mohawks, like five of them, maybe with interchangable heads, so you can make many of them

Second thing the sprue of open hands, or hands holding pistols, rifles, etc. Open hands are hard as hell to sculpt.

Larger scale zombies, in Bones plastic. Something on par with what GW and Mantic are putting out, something we can collect a ton of.

A smaller astral mauler-type alien, just a bug in Bones plastic that fits into a 25mm base, comes in different poses, and we can collect a ton of.

All the anime heroines released in Bones plastic would be awesome

 

--Chris

www.chrisvalera.com

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Catgirl futuristic models

Small techy bits that would be too difficult for us to sculpt on our own (grills hatches and vents) that we can add to a models base. Call them "futuristic base accents.

Another pose of Nova Corp, and hopefully, even more poses, so we can make a squad with variation.

Small robots about 1/2 inch high that we can add to bases

general one human-sized robots, with interchangable arms.

Maybe some Appleseed / Ghost in the Shell / Infinity style models, something very far future.


--Chris
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Springheel Jack in midleap.

A zombie/skeleton biker thug thumbing for a ride.

A pastor with a good book in one outstreached arm and a gun in the other hidden behind his back.

A boxer with a Little Mac-esque vibe to him.

Luchadores.

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Dorothy with Toto, Scarecrow, Tin Man, The Cowardly Lion, The Wizard of Oz, Glenda, and the Wicked Witch of the West. The characters are long out of copyright as long as they don't look like their movie counterparts.

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Dorothy with Toto, Scarecrow, Tin Man, The Cowardly Lion, The Wizard of Oz, Glenda, and the Wicked Witch of the West. The characters are long out of copyright as long as they don't look like their movie counterparts.

 

Definitely! Some figures based on the original books illustrations would be more than welcome!

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