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Ok now that is very cool.

 

Nice work on all of them.

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Posted on BGG! : https://boardgamegeek.com/article/23302666

 

Anne, we've had some skepticism of how well Crypto can produce miniatures, so feel free to comment on BGG what you thought about the miniature quality!

 

EDIT: And Dakka! http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/30/696379.page#8801515

EDIT: And TMP! http://theminiaturespage.com/boards/msg.mv?id=426254

EDIT: And Lead Adventurers! http://www.lead-adventure.de/index.php?topic=92188.msg1141531#msg1141531

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Thanks everyone! And thank you again Ced1106 for reposting to BGG!

 

Regarding the quality of the figures, the ones I painted were resin masters. I haven't personally seen the final figures material in person, but I think they will be good. Particularly because AMC was overseeing the likeness factor so heavily on the master sculpts. I can't imagine they would go through all that effort to release a final product that wasn't up to par. I do wish I had had abit more time for painting and was better at photography :). And in retrospect I should have photographed before starting as well to share more of the progress. But ah well.

 

The clear bases don't come with the game, I made them separately as I found in the course of painting some of the duplicates were to be given to the actors. I was afraid with the masters being so delicate they would break on them.

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Aww yeah!  :;):

 

Also... for those interested in the kickstarter, the Governor and Morgan (w/ staff) have been unlocked. There is a darn spiffy stretch goal that awards Michonne's pets too.

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Just a heads up, still 7 hours left to join the kickstarter if any was on the fence. And Riot Gear Glenn, Michonne's pet walkers, Rick in a hospital gown, well walkers, and Dale's RV!!!! miniatures have been unlocked! (And of course the accompanying game mechanics with those). I've never been so excited about an RV before! :)

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