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Brief word of introduction. I know next to nil about CAV. My current interest in it is solely from a painting perspective. With that in mind, please excuse any blunders I make.
So, I'm a painter looking for some cool stuff to paint. I see CAV's mechs. I think "I like mechs, those look cool, I think I'll grab some". Then my eyes flicker upwards towards where it says "10mm scale". I think you can see where this is going.
Long story short, how big are these? It looks like they come on 1" hexes, and $4.99-$6.99 is quite a lot to charge for a small mini (in my opinion, of course).
Many thanks, all!
I expect everyone knows about this already, but in case there's any newbies here, this is kind of a 'just back it already' kickstarter.
Midlam has always delivered, and are way up in double digit projects by now.
The allure of great power means that many dream of becoming fantastic wizards, but the path to becoming a Wizard is a long and gruelling one, requiring endless hours of study and personal sacrifice. Though many may seek the path of a Wizard, few are chosen, and fewer still achieve
The Class of 22016AE, is unusual in that not only have all those who were inducted to become Wizard's Apprentices graduated (setting them on the first true step on the path of Wizadry), but that they have all survived to become full wizards in their own right. Explodio in particularly had some very close calls, and Toadini proved himself surprisingly adept at extracting himself from the bellies of Giant Amphibians.
Newly Graduated Wizards
Welcome to a collection of 7 28mm scale wizards, for all of your fantasy adventures, from Midlam Miniatures!
Welcome to the sequel to our very first Kickstarter, where we see how far our Wizard's Apprentices have come.
You can also pick up the original miniatures as well if you missed out the first time around.
The Original Class of 22016
You can also pledge for the original set of 7 Wizard's Apprentices, either with or without their graduating counterparts.
By Madog Barfog
A recent post by @Higlander got me thinking about my painting process. My paints are all RMS with some Vallejo Color thrown in. I thin them slightly, especially the Vallejo which is a bit thicker, with nothing more than the tap water I use to wash my brush. Much of the time I'll add a drop or two of Reaper Wash Medium, but that's it.
in the past I had a premixed Visine bottle that held a combination of distilled water, flow improver, and drying retarder, but I'm not sure it made any difference. My minis won't win any awards, but I'm happy with my results and they work well on the table.
i have also experimented with Future and liked the results a lot.
So so now that you have some idea what kind of painter I am, does anyone want to suggest improvements?
ill start with a comment on the retarder: sine I'm typically not wet blending and don't have problems with overly rapid drying I don't see any need for drying retarder. I tried a wet palette years ago but prefer nylon wells now. Also, Ohio. It's humid here.
Thanks in advance!
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