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I have the original set (or most of them). They're my go-to basing stamps. I only got an additional stamp from their second kickstarter- I'm not sure how the walls/build your own dungeon thing is working out for others. I'm glad they're going back to new textures and variety.

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I've been waffling about committing the cash for Basius pads, but really wanted a scenic forest stamp.  Glad to see that Happy Seppuku is getting in on the more detailed scenic stuff, plus I always support them (at least a little) because they're in my stomping grounds.  Looking forward to testing out how the new form factor of rubber stamps will work, I think it will be much easier when attempting to stamp around an integral base.  ^_^

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I'm in. I have some of the original stamps and they're very useful. I have some Basius pads, and while they're much more dynamic, it's a bit trickier to get good results from them and much harder to keep them clean. I'm very happy with the Basius pads but I tend to use Happy Seppuku stamps more often simply because they're easier to clean. They really shine for simple bases with stone, brick, wooden plank, etc... floors. Then there's the price.  :bday:

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Drat.  and I thought I was going to make it through October without supporting another kickstarter.  Oh well. I like these guys and I like a lot of their textures plus the wrap around ability adds some interesting dimensions.

 

Figure i will back and then consider selling the basius/seppuku stamps I dont use/want.  I am pretty sure someone will take me up on a good deal for them when the time comes.  If not, they really dont take up much more space than some of my larger dragons...

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I'm actually really thinking about this one hard, I hear nothing but good stuff about these, plus they offer a lot of things in these stamps that my 6 Basius 2 stamps don't cover... the price is super cheap comparatively as well...

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When did you move from sand, glue, and cork, and pre-made textured bases, to stamped bases?

 

Stamps look great, but I'm trying to churn out tens of miniatures at once, typically boardgame miniatures, that have integrated bases, to tabletop quality. I'm using texture gel for the bases, so I'm not sure if I'm going to use stamps much. Let me know if stamps can help, or if they'll just take more time.

 

Also, how about using them to make terrain, including dungeon tiles? TIA!

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Their previous Kickstarter was all about making dungeon tiles, so you might just want to check out their site for that sort of thing. 

 

The stamps probably won't work with texture gel, although I do frequently fill in with cheap putty around integral bases and the stamps work fairly well for giving some texture to the putty. 

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When did you move from sand, glue, and cork, and pre-made textured bases, to stamped bases?

 

Stamps look great, but I'm trying to churn out tens of miniatures at once, typically boardgame miniatures, that have integrated bases, to tabletop quality. I'm using texture gel for the bases, so I'm not sure if I'm going to use stamps much. Let me know if stamps can help, or if they'll just take more time.

 

Also, how about using them to make terrain, including dungeon tiles? TIA!

 

Sculpy and a properly sized round cookie cutter.. bam mass bases

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Their original stamps are great and get used heaps (easy, simple, easy to clean).

 

These look good too.  There are some in the original lineup that don't really rock my boat, but I'm in for the $68 (rest of world) pledge ($48 base cost + $20 shipping).

 

If there aren't enough unlocks that I like I'll probably change to the selecting level.  

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