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A huge 2 for 1 KS!
(You get BOTH Humans and Halflings in one project! )
Bloody Peasants! by Midlam Miniatures — Kickstarter
"Oh no! It's an armed agrarian uprising!"
Toiling in the fields for their feudal overlords, the peasants are equally quick to turn their tools to defending their lands from monstrous invaders or, when pressed to the limit, revolting and overturning cruel and greedy landowners.
A selection of human and halfling farmers in 28mm scale miniatures for all of your fantasy games.
You can choose from humans, halflings or both!
A familiar sight in the villages surrounding Midlam.
A smaller folk, doing the same jobs as the longshanks.
It's a Midlam project, so you know what that means;
Maybe a stretch goal, very possibly an early fulfillment, and absolutely no nonsense.
While the title may sound like a part of a weird children's book series, it's actually a trio of Kingdom Death Pin-ups!
The Bug Thief, her right arm goes across her face so I've left it off for now.
The Swamp Girl. I have to paint her base, paint her and then sandwich the clear bit in between without making a mess.
The Dogpole Mother, the hard part will be painting the Dogpoles so that they actually look like something!
Starting with the Bug Thief:-
Painted her face and boobs (Rosy Flesh > Flesh Wash > Rosy Flesh > Rosy Flesh/Light Flesh), added a touch of Scarlett Red to the final highlight for her lips and painted her eyes (The left one is a bit buggy, but I'm hoping it'll look better once I paint her hair).
I'm backing this because the kobolds look more like Scottish terriers!
$100 level has 40+ miniatures and FREE USA shipping!
RBJ Game Company has created 18 KS projects, mostly miniatures. Let me know your experience with them if you backed before.
Presenting the Ram Pin-up from Kingdom Death, I imagine this is what quest-giving NPCs look like in that world, sketchy, half-naked dudes who always have one more dubious item for you to fetch before they'll let you have the promised fancy sword.
I'm reasonably happy with how he turned out. He's a little rough in places, where my brush control wasn't quite up to the task, but I don't think I did too bad.
As always, any comments or criticisms are warmly received.
Become a villain in this retro-inspired board game. Draft terrain tiles, recruit monsters, build your map, and become the Overlord!
I'm a fan of Boss Monster, so I backed this too. Already funded and delivery projected for October of this year.
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