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I got the link to this through Facebook and liked the work so far.


"30mm 40mm 50mm 120mm resin bases for your models depicting sandbag emplacement."







I know that the bases are intended for use in armies. While the bases are not optimal for fantasy miniatures I can still see these with Steampunk inspired minis, and of course, with some of the Chronoscope minis.


The small project has one stretch goal ... "If we get 100 backers I will add 1 30mm base to each of the Package deals."


I like that he's kept it simple (maybe too simple) and pledge levels seem reasonable.


He's already made his modest goal of $500.



I'm hoping that he moves into other terrain types moving forward from this KS.


I have a couple of minis I can use these with so I am in for the $10 pledge for two 50mm bases.

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They look pretty nice, but the sandbags on wood (trench) flooring makes them a bit limited outside historical war settings. Maybe a Steampunk post-apocalyptic setting. Which reminds me, I need to pester a friend about whether or not he actually will run a Deadlands campaign.

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Hm... I like these! Would love to go in, but probably won't go big. Unless there are some cool stretch goals... I might get the 10$, 5-base pledge, do up a few sexy ladies; I think Rowena van Graaf and Belle, Steampunk Heroine might look good with these... I do think they'd go well with steampunk stuff.

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I wish they came in other designs. They look really cool but I have no use for the sandbags outside of possibly a Khador army.



I asked that on the comments and he replied:



I am already getting feedback to size and style of the next campaign including maybe a part 2 for the battlefield series .

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Hrmm. If I was still playing Warmachine, and those 30mm bases are truly 30mm (ie, compatible with WM bases), then I would be down for this. Those would make great bases for my trenchers and maybe even long gunners.

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Look nice, but also strangely familiar - I'm sure I've seen very similar bases by another company somewhere...although on second look the ones I've seen are slightly different (I managed to find them again)


Also, the one theme he has falls into a category I'm unlikely to use (the games I have that use this style of base are either fantasy of Sci-Fi/VSF), so I'll be passing.


His prices are good, but I'll stick to the companies I already use for bases for the time being :-)

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Very cool product. If I ran Khador, Cygnar or non-pirate Mercs, I'd be all about these. They look good and are a good price; not for me, but I hope the project does well.

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Yea, I was trying to come up with a way I can convert them to fantasy, but the sandbags and such would just be hard to work with, so I'll pass but hope he does well too ^^

I was thinking like that and the only idea I had was to spackle the sandbags and to make a ruined wall or similar.

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