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He appears to be wearing a beaver pelt. The paint seems expensive to me. I imagine craft paint would do the job and offer enough color variety.


Which (craft paint) colors are we seeing in the Porknoy paints for which tiles? I'll look at the video again, but would like some confirmation. Thanks!

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I've added a first impressions review on my blog, here:





So far, really excited about this product and the opportunities it presents.


Edit: paint!




Craft paints, done up similar (but different enough I think) to the stock scheme Dwarven Forge use, I simply added a few more tones of stone and highlights. Details for paints, steps, etc are on my blog. Already thinking of new schemes to use if I decide to get more sets...



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I received my order yesterday. DwarvenForge really exceeded my expectations with this kickstarter in every way imaginable. When I saw them unlocking extra after extra, I had resigned myself to delivery getting delayed a couple of months. I'm happily eating crow now.


Not only is the final product as good or better than what I expected, the whole process was flawless. The Fundafull site was a terrific post-KS tool, they provided consistent useful communication throughout, and somehow managed to complete on time, even with the late game addition of a custom paint set.


The tiles are detailed, solid, and do not feel at all cheap. I got the base dungeon grey, and the paint set Stefan put together. I painted up a few last night and his process is easy to follow, fast, and looks great.


I can't imagine a kickstarter going much better than this one went.



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Just got my shipping e-mail. Says it is 39 lbs! I think I ordered 5 sets plus some options, though I really cannot remember now.


First KS I have seen that is fully meeting the EXPECTED dates. Well done Dwarven Forge.


Can't wait for them to come so I can play with them.



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Oh crap...my mailman is gonna kill me. I got 5 with a lot of addons.

Eight and several add-ons... And I was already concerned about the 2x OGRE (28lb each) inbound next week.


Is it wrong to leave a beer on the stoop?

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I got my two sets today- with the free addons the package was 15lbs.

The shipping email came after it had already arrived.

I'm pleased. I'll see how they paint up later- I want to go with a different color scheme than the prepainted ones, just to make them stand out.

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