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The Molten Lava stretch goal has been reached!

A total of 67 out of 145 backers participated in the vote.

Final Vote Tally For Round 1

Red Brickwork 21
Arctic Glacier 17
Slimy Swamp 8
Sandstone 5
City Block 3
Deep Jungle 3
Rich Earth 3
Mountain Lake 2
Cinder Soot 1
Evergreen 1
Golden Sands 1
Pacific Ocean 1
Well Water 1
Atlantic Sea 0
Leafy Green 0

Red Brickwork is the winner and I'll be releasing it with the "red" version instead of the "brown" unless everyone actually wants the brown version as well. I can certainly offer both if there is demand for it.

Due to the popularity of the Red Brickwork and Arctic Glacier color schemes...


That's right! At the $7,000 stretch goal, I will make Red Brickwork and Arctic Glacier available to pledge on!

Tonight, I'll be working on the new voting list for the $8,000 stretch goal.

ALSO!!! I am excited to be able give away my 1st freebie!

Back any of the 4 packs...

  • Stoned Quatro
  • Gothic Stone Dungeon Special
  • Ton Of Lumber
  • Great Pyramid Catacomb
  • The Field Stone Dungeon Special
  • Mount Doom Vacation Package
  • Four Stones And A Shirt

...and get a free F-1622 #4 Wooster Brush with your pledge! The stiff white bristles make it perfect for base coat application and stippling effect. This is a high quality brush that is made in America and regularly goes for $3 or more. Wooster Brush was founded in 1851 and has 162 years of experience in making a darn good brush. These are the brushes I use and I feel confident in providing them to you.

We're in our final week of the Kickstarter. Tell everyone you know, post to all of your favorite forums, mention the project on your Facebook page and maybe we can unlock more stretch goals smile.gif

I have made a 4 pack of the Aged Wood (Ton Of Lumber) and a 4 pack for the Molten Lava (Mount Doom Vacation Package) kits as new backer levels that you can choose from.

Thank you AGAIN to everyone that has contributed to making this product a reality smile.gif
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i did a sci-fi piece to show off the metallics and let me tell you... getting the colors to show up correctly when there's some metallic reflection really throws off the camera. i must have taken over 50 shots of the piece from different angles, different lighting, flash on, flash off, backlighting, more ambient light, etc etc etc. i eventually had to borrow a camera and i got a little closer in getting a good picture.


the colors are pretty close to the real thing, but picture still doesn't do it justice.

the whole piece is based with the Gothic Stone kit and dry brushed with the metallic iron. the pipes and floor grates were stippled with the Rusted Iron build-up color, then lightly stippled with the Rusted Iron highlight color. the "vents" were stippled with the Weathered Copper base, then lightly stippled with the Weathered Copper build-up, and then dry brushed with the metallic copper. the monitor was dabbed with some Arctice Glacier base and build-up. afterwards, everything was hit with the black wash to mute the bright colors and give it a really grimy look. the tiles are all 1" square to give you a sense of scale.
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you can indeed!


Very interesting product.


Can I use the product on injection molded styrene kits? (I usually prime them).


I have several plastic "Mummy" kits that the Eqyptain Stone would be perfect for.


I also have some Frankenstein kits that would be great with the "Aged Wood".


You can indeed! I had an old Revell blackhawk that I never got around to putting together and the pieces I tested PaintWorks on had no issue adhering to the plastic without the use of a primer.

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