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Molten lava needs to stay! and then the next stretch goal should be something sci fi themed...

Willypold Green!

 

 

LOL! I would totally do Willypold's sci-fi theme, but I don't have that kit already made and it would take time and resources to get it right, so it's not going to be available for voting on. If someone backed at the "create your own kit" level for it, I'd add it to the voting line-up if I can get the color scheme together in time.

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yeah, well, with Bonesium II coming, $300 for paint is kinda rough. I asked if folks wanted to split the cost, say three other folks at $75 each, and didn't get any takers....

I'm interested, just poor!

 

Still, I need to go back this before it ends. I was debating whether or not I need more paint, but after spending yesterday painting terrain, the answer is an obvious yes. Also, I got some 6mm buildings painted yesterday. They look nice. :)

-Dave

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I have all the terrain paint I will ever need. Paid 50¢ per 8 ounce pot for it. Mostly from Home Depot.

 

(There is this endless supply of amateur interior designers people trying to get HD to mix the exactly right grass-green, taupe [desert tan], just so subtle browns, or perfect blues to put on their walls ... and the process produces lots of unloved, unwanted terrain paint in little plastic cans.)

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I have all the terrain paint I will ever need. Paid 50¢ per 8 ounce pot for it. Mostly from Home Depot.

 

(There is this endless supply of amateur interior designers people trying to get HD to mix the exactly right grass-green, taupe [desert tan], just so subtle browns, or perfect blues to put on their walls ... and the process produces lots of unloved, unwanted terrain paint in little plastic cans.)

 

that's a pretty epic deal you found there! it's also cheaper to brew your own beer, but not everyone has the time, patience, or skill to do it and prefer to just go to the store to get what they want when they know it will taste like it should.

 

don't get me wrong, i'm not faulting your style. i've always said that if you don't think PaintWorks is for you, then it's probably not. use what you like and PaintWorks will be here if you want to try something new ;)

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Hoping for that arctic glacier kit to become available!

 

Two questions:

1) Do you think you will be able to expand on the color ranges after the Kickstarter?

2) Do you have an estimate for what the price (and shipping) will be post-KS, per kit?

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Hoping for that arctic glacier kit to become available!

 

Two questions:

1) Do you think you will be able to expand on the color ranges after the Kickstarter?

2) Do you have an estimate for what the price (and shipping) will be post-KS, per kit?

 

1) the color ranges will indeed be expanding

2) i don't know what the shipping costs will be, but the new website will have a shipping calculator tied into USPS, UPS, and FedEx so you can get the best deal for where you live :)

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