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To be honest, Im a bit worried about the spelling, Im assuming the company is based in the US (though I havent been able to find anything to confirm this on the website). However based on your spelling Im not entirely confident that this is the case.


Edit: Doh! Just noticed you guys are based in china according to the indiegogo page.

We are running this studio for a while .We sell those miniatures to all over world .They have good review for us .If you interesting in .You can check our fackbook to see those review . We are in china .That is more conveninet to control the quality of the miniatures .

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Nameless, in their defense they do have examples of their company taking a concept art through greens to a retail product. And it does look really good. Which is why I was asking if it was going to be the same process.


If this was on KS or IGG fixed funding, I would've been a first day pledge. I really don't like flexible funding (if you didn't get that nuance, heh).


Could definitely use an English editor for the IGG page. I hate sounding negative about this IGG campaign, I was really looking forward to it.

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That is more conveninet to control the quality of the miniatures .

This is a great point. Look at what happened to Studio McVey because of the distance from production in China. Poots has had to fly a few times already from NY to China to keep an eye on things.
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Now that Most people perfer fixed funding ,We would like to launch New Fixed Funding campaign .But Indigogo has rule that we can't cancel a running campaign.But we can lauch the new one by fixed funding .We would like to know how many people encourage us to do so .You can vote here .


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If production isn't going to happen unless funding is met then this should not be flexible funding. I was interested in backing but I would be much more comfortable with a fixed funding project.



I vote for Kickstarter. =p

You have to have a US or UK based bank account to be able to run a Kickstarter.

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Canada was added a couple months ago. The Nelvana of the Northern Lights project I posted a while back was Canadian.


I seem to remember there being some talk around here about more flexibility with payment options when you use flexible funding, which is why people use it.

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Morrow Production is based in Hong Kong and got a kickstarter... I think kickstarter is much superior than indegogo and kickstarter miniature project do much better in general (except freebooter fate)

As Morrow are based in Hong Kong it's very likely they'll have a UK accepted bank account due to history.

Raging Heroes are based in France and ran one. Like I said you need a US or UK (or Australian or Canadian now) bank account to run a project, you don't need to actually be in that country.


Kickstarter is much better than indiegogo in many regards but there are limitations on who is eligable to run a project.

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