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Nice! Was that in the final wave of the Kickstarter shipments?

 

Thanks!

 

Nope, first wave. I'm still waiting for the remainder of my stuff.

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Me too. Might not get it since I deleted my KS account. But I'd just throw them in the shed anyway. Lost interest in Wolsung long before they finally started shipping stuff.

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Thanks for the comments everyone!

 

Can't really take credit for the verdigris effect on the coffin, I used a pre-made bottle of the stuff.

 

Me too. Might not get it since I deleted my KS account. But I'd just throw them in the shed anyway. Lost interest in Wolsung long before they finally started shipping stuff.

 

Yeah, they ended up surprisingly overdue considering what a relatively simple Kickstarter it was.

But the minis are very nice!

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