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As soon as I saw "goblin pirates," I knew I must see this, but then I was floored by the quality of the painting.  Spectacular work!  (And I adore the character in the sculpts, too.)

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Wonderful! Such personality in the sculpts and your paint job enhanced it. Love how the bottle even has "liquid"! Great minis!

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FANTASTIC! The personable Little Rogues painted up BEAUTIFULLY...OUTSTANDING brushwork, basing, & BRILLIANT color choices. WONDERFULLY WELL DONE once more!

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Wonderful job! I especially love the one drinking, you did the wine in that bottle and it just adds another amazing piece of interest to the figure. All of them are amazing tho!

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Omg... these are so cute! :wub: Your paints jobs are fantastic, so vibrant, a pleasure to see ^_^

 

 

I might have to order some minis from France... :huh:

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Those are from an indigogo that I backed years ago and the creator never delivered, but he produced as he showed lots of casts. Looks like he sold off everything to this new dealer, or is behind it. So if Via Ludibunda is owned by Bruno Galice I'd stay away from it as he scammed a lot of people. Just ​saw that Via Lubidunda is owned by Bruno so yes, stay away--he's a fraud.  The reason he never delivered was because it was too much work and cost too much to pack everything and ship it out and he didn't have time to do it.  So he just stopped after delivering maybe 10 things.

Since indigogo removes campaigns that never deliver all I can do is link to the TTGN article for the campaign.

http://www.tabletopgamingnews.com/goblin-pirate-box-set-on-indiegogo/

 

It is ashamed too, these are Kev Adams sculpts.

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