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Quirky miniatures of Grey aliens as characters such as Santa, pirate, Einstein, etc.

 

 

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8 hours ago, Pegazus said:

I need to stop reading this section. Costs me money.

We need this section to keep up the enabling while Ub3r is away.

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Hello, I didn't notice there was already a topic here, but let me introduce you to the first stretch goal!

 

 

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the first five models are funded and the next one should be soon:

Do'Kjonnz claims to be an archeologist. He collects rare artefacts from all around the galaxy in the name of "science" and "the eternal quest for knowledge". However, most academics consider him a mere tomb raider... The fact is, most of the time his "quests" end in a catastrophic way and the places he explores get destroyed! He doesn't seem to care that much though, as he generally has a lot of fun in the process. He even gets to punch some bad guys, so that's not too bad, right?

 

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if you are not familiar with Aenor Miniatures you can have a look at some fantasy and modern horror resin models previously realesed at the bottom of the KS page

 

 

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the resin version of Do'Kjonnz, the first stretch goal, is funded! he has his own pledge level (pulp adventures) but you can also add him to an existing pledge

and the metal versions are on their way!

 

then we can introduce a new alien...

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Do'Kjonnz the clumsy Tomb Raider has been unlocked, but it looks like in his quest for lost idols, he's now facing a terrible adversary...

 

The Unnameable High Priest of the Elder Gods from Outer Space!

 

this is the next stretch goal, and like the previous one, it'll be unlocked in resin first (with scenery) and then metal (with or without scenery)

(the miniature is still a work in progress sculpt, more WIP will be posted during the campaign)

 

I have also added pledge levels for the new miniature + scenery options

 

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