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Hi everyone,


I wanted to show you all my latest sculpt and get your feedback.


I am trying to *redacted* miniatures. Maybe some day *redacted*.


Right now Gen. Brookwater is in the last stages before *redacted*.  Still need to nail down the casting method and the material. But, hopefully, in the fall of 2016 or so *redacted*.


But now is your chance to let me know what you like, what you don't like, what you'd prefer to see. Because, for the time being, changes can still be made!


I'll be posting updates as time goes on and soon will have a youtube video up so you can really see him.


Thank you!










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Very Nice!

Interesting concept with the leg.


But maybe a shirt of some sort between his armor and skin around his neck area?

Armor chafes, especially when it is hot and or wet, and some cloth would make him much more comfortable!



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I like the flags on his pauldrons.

I have to disagree, unless he comes with customizable pauldrons. I like the idea of flags on his pauldrons, but unless you're catering to one specific nationality, I'd leave them off.



Otherwise, he's pretty awesome.

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looks great, but I do find that there is too much difference in the pants.


When you look at the left leg you'll notice more foldings in the fabric, looks good, when you look at the right leg ( the whole one) it looks rather smooth.

This should be more alike IMHO.

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He looks badass enough that his skin rubs off the inner layer of the armor, not the other way around... ;-)


Must agree on the issue of flags on the pauldrons.

Unless you have a highly successful 'alternate history' franchise to build from, that detail will actually detract from the desirability of the mini.

Of course, casting the pauldrons separate, with at least one 'blank' set would tip it the other way. It would also make the mini much more customisable... I think...

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IMHO the hands are too small and the pose of the head seems strange (should go a bit forward maybe?).

Otherwise a cool mini i'd like to buy.

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Hi everyone,


I wanted to show you all my latest sculpt and get your feedback.


I am trying to develop my own line of fun and unique miniatures. Maybe some day develop them into a table top game.

Be careful about rubbing up against the non-commerce rules of the forum. Feedback is good, but market research is prohibited.

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On the night of August 16th 1780 a group of hooded figured snuck out onto the battlefield in Camden. The British Red Coats and the Rebels had both retreated for the time being, leaving over a thousand corpses strewn in the fields. The hooded figures got to work. With bone, sinew and blood they drew diagrams and circles whos shape would shake sanity.   A few hours before dawn the portal opened to the delight of the cloaked figures.  To the delight of the demons who came through a hooded buffet was provided.


Now the industrial British American Colonies and the Confederated American Sates hold an uneasy peace as they both face the challenge of the rising pestilence of the Lich army.


Dsmiles, Gadgetman!  I hear you, and I never thought of it that way.  But let me see what I can do.,


Tosek, I'll look at the hands and angle of the head.  You know how it gets when you stare at something for 10 hours, you can't really see it any more.


Xherman, I'll check out the leg.  I was thinking the stubby leg actually had too many wrinkles,  maybe bunch them around the tied off area and then add them to show pinching from the straps on the leg?



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So as I make tweaks to the general, any votes for what I make next?

1. a Lich demon with a flaming skull

2. A female warrior with huuugggeee... Iron fists.

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I like him a lot!


I'm not too keen on the 'gatling pistol' though. I can't really put my finger on what about it I don't like, but it just bugs me.



Lich with flaming skull!

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I like him a lot!


I'm not too keen on the 'gatling pistol' though. I can't really put my finger on what about it I don't like, but it just bugs me.

Historically, it's called a 'pepper box.' Totally a real thing.



@TZ: I like the plain pauldrons. Maybe some decals for the two opposing sides' flags in the alternate-history conflict?

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