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A huge 2 for 1 KS!
(You get BOTH Humans and Halflings in one project! )
Bloody Peasants! by Midlam Miniatures — Kickstarter
"Oh no! It's an armed agrarian uprising!"
Toiling in the fields for their feudal overlords, the peasants are equally quick to turn their tools to defending their lands from monstrous invaders or, when pressed to the limit, revolting and overturning cruel and greedy landowners.
A selection of human and halfling farmers in 28mm scale miniatures for all of your fantasy games.
You can choose from humans, halflings or both!
A familiar sight in the villages surrounding Midlam.
A smaller folk, doing the same jobs as the longshanks.
It's a Midlam project, so you know what that means;
Maybe a stretch goal, very possibly an early fulfillment, and absolutely no nonsense.
I leave this here:
Looking quite good! I'm backing for the character set.
I backed their original Mythic Battles: Pantheon. Good miniatures.
IIRC, Mythic Battles: Pantheon core sets in the KS, and possibly some expansions in the PM. Expansion reprints were difficult because printer required a minimum number, and Monolith wasn't sure how many sets backers would want. Also, let me know how their fulfilment has been going. (Not to be confused with their former partner, Mythic games.)
More discussion on Dakka : https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/792719.page#11049486
EDIT: KS link! : https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/806316071/mythic-battles-ragnarok
Hey all! Just to let you all know Fantasy Series 2, the next in Blacklist Games' popular miniatures sets, is coming to Kickstarter March 30 (as part of the Lasting Tales campaign)!
Yes, Fantasy Series 1 will be on offer too in case you missed it ;)
Click here to sign up to be notified at launch!
If you're curious about Lasting Tales itself, click here to learn more!
Also, please ask any questions and I'll do my best to answer them :)
We're beginning to preview some of the minis over on our social media, but here are a few we've shown so far:
Here's a fun and simple one for you this week!
Owlbears are one of my favorite D&D creatures. They're just such a silly concept and I love them. Any scenario were I could use a bear, I swap out for one of these guys instead. However, despite owning several different owlbear models, I have avoided painting them for a long time out of fear of ruining them. Finally decided to give one a shot.
Reaper Bones 4: Lowland Owlbear (77674)
More Photos Below
What kind of Owls should I use as inspiration next?
What mini did you put off painting for too long?
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