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It sounds like grid lines are an optional overlay on the pdfs:

 

 

Stonehaven Miniatures on June 19

@Christopher - You can draw them directly on. Mike's plane was light blue lines for the hexes and grid pattern to be overlayed on the pattern version of the pdfs.
@Onu - Kickstarter & Amazon should not charge the account until the project is over (like right after it ends)
@mcl - we may have something for backers to try putting together, before the KS ends (but I can't be 100% sure on if that will happen as we are still fine tuning the labeling process)

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Gorey had a pop up book for Dracula... and once you reminded me.... Yeah, I can see the similarities.   But I am an enormous Gory fan... and can recite the entirety of the The Gashlycrumb Tinies Alp

Come over to the paper side,   we will let you use the sacred glue, scissors and coloured pencils!

Stonehavens Terrain Kit Kickstarter is now live.   https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2087444096/pop-up-miniature-terrain-kit   It's a little different as it's for "pop up" style terrain.  

Bridge & water features are unlocked, objective markers & target dummies (?) are getting close.  Plus there's a stretch goal for that ordinary non-pop-up field everyone has been asking for. 

 

Hubby persuaded me to change to the color set again, I'm hoping that I can at least access the sepia PDF early.  I'm not going to have any time to assemble terrain in November, I'm usually swamped with baking and birthday/Christmas stuff. 

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Just 7 hours left, objective markers and target dummies unlocked, next up is...The playing field! aka a blank hex...okay, not so exciting, but if it reaches $37.5k, the toppled arches hex is looking good. It is currently at $33,338, and they will be including the paypal postage in the total when the project closes, so it's definitely in range.

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Just sent an email to my Pathfinder GM to see if he was interested. I normally don't use terrain like this in games, but he might want to so we'll see what happens. I'm just kind of tapped out since backing 4 projects in the last 2 months...

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Just sent an email to my Pathfinder GM to see if he was interested. I normally don't use terrain like this in games, but he might want to so we'll see what happens. I'm just kind of tapped out since backing 4 projects in the last 2 months...

 

See, this is where not having backed anything all year except for Cheap*ss Games' Pairs game was to my advantage!  I can totally back a $37 project with zero guilt!  ::D:

 

I really like those toppled arches, and I will be disappointed if we don't get them.  :down:   Time's getting a bit tight.  I wonder if I should just back a second set now rather than paying for more printing later...

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Just sent an email to my Pathfinder GM to see if he was interested. I normally don't use terrain like this in games, but he might want to so we'll see what happens. I'm just kind of tapped out since backing 4 projects in the last 2 months...

 

See, this is where not having backed anything all year except for Cheap*ss Games' Pairs game was to my advantage!  I can totally back a $37 project with zero guilt!  ::D:

 

I really like those toppled arches, and I will be disappointed if we don't get them.  :down:   Time's getting a bit tight.  I wonder if I should just back a second set now rather than paying for more printing later...

 

 

Not to derail, but I'm much more interested in painting 20* more figures than terrain, but I can see where this would be very useful in our game at some point if my GM wants to back it himself. I am also a big fan of Stonehaven having backed their Dwarves, so I really do like seeing them succeed at their projects. 

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