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9 minutes ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Rhino in a larger size could potentially be neat...  Or is he already somewhat large in all dimensions at it's current incarnation at 52mm tall?  Figure I'd ask, since he's $14 more than the $18 minotaur, but only 7mm taller, which indicates to me that he's a lot bulkier in other dimensions...?

 

@WhiteWulfe Pretty large in all dimensions.   I took this image which I think might help you with this question.   The Rhino is pictured with both the Minotaurs from a top down view.   The square are 10mm.   I can make the Rhino bigger but because of his bulky body mixed with that rock and the club ... his price is going to go up very quickly as he gets a few mm taller.

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2 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

Out of sheer curiosity, how tall are the various minis in the Necromancer pack?  Specifically the one that kind of looks like a zombie puppy hybrid thing of doom? ^_^;;;

 

EDIT: Second rown, second one in the Necromancer pack

 

@WhiteWulfe  updated graphic to answer this question.

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12 minutes ago, impactminiatures said:

 

@WhiteWulfe Pretty large in all dimensions.   I took this image which I think might help you with this question.   The Rhino is pictured with both the Minotaurs from a top down view.   The square are 10mm.   I can make the Rhino bigger but because of his bulky body mixed with that rock and the club ... his price is going to go up very quickly as he gets a few mm taller.

Screenshot 2018-09-19 21.40.48.png

 

@WhiteWulfe  updated graphic to answer this question.

Necromancer_KS_Set.jpg

 

Many thanks for the quick reply!  Had a feeling that rhino would get pricy quick if increased in size.  Seems like he'd be a size hubby might like, he tends to prefer painting things that are at least 2" tall, keeps mentioning something about "too many fiddly details I can't see" or something like that.

 

Kind of scary that the rhino's shoulders are almost as wide as both Minotaurs, or at least a minotaur and a half!

 

No idea why, but I keep thinking that that 38mm minion in the necromancer pack would look downright epic at 54mm...

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10 minutes ago, WhiteWulfe said:

No idea why, but I keep thinking that that 38mm minion in the necromancer pack would look downright epic at 54mm...

 

@WhiteWulfe I am willing to resize any miniatures in the 3-D print range as a special request.   I will just need extra time to set it up and quote it and it would be a transaction outside the KS project (so that I don't mess up the mass printing of the models at the original manufacturer height).  At 54mm that model would be $28 ... I could use MeshMixer to cut off the base if you wanted to drop that a bit.   Just wanted to let you know.

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1 hour ago, impactminiatures said:

The question is ... do I spend all the time to set it up ... any takers you think at $135?

I imagine the gnome pilots are still tiny even at a 6"+ size, and the legs were never really convincing (especially those little hook feet) for handling such a construct while on the move. Compared to the rhino or elephant I just can't see this being worthwhile even at its *original* kickstarter pricepoint.

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1 minute ago, Serpine said:

I imagine the gnome pilots are still tiny even at a 6"+ size, and the legs were never really convincing (especially those little hook feet) for handling such a construct while on the move. Compared to the rhino or elephant I just can't see this being worthwhile even at its *original* kickstarter pricepoint.

I have to be honest that was my thought ... and the 3 Gnome Pilots were very uninspiring which is why I did not convert them for individual sale.

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17 minutes ago, impactminiatures said:

 

@WhiteWulfe I am willing to resize any miniatures in the 3-D print range as a special request.   I will just need extra time to set it up and quote it and it would be a transaction outside the KS project (so that I don't mess up the mass printing of the models at the original manufacturer height).  At 54mm that model would be $28 ... I could use MeshMixer to cut off the base if you wanted to drop that a bit.   Just wanted to let you know.

 

Ooooooh, that is very much so something I will have to consider then, because both hubby and I rather do like that one and think it would look lovely a tad larger ^_^;;;  As to removal of the base, I have to say nah, I kind of like what it feels like it adds into the whole thing...  It's actually one of the first undead that REALLY catch my eye.

 

11 minutes ago, Serpine said:

Highly tempted to consider this myself... That dog thing would be great to represent a particular deity in my home D&D games, so the bigger the better.

 

A small part of me is curious as to what it would be like dimensions-wise at 72mm tall, but I suspect that would probably be over $50 USD by that point...  I also suspect you'd get some rather colourful language dropped by your players if it came out as something possibly hostile!

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1 minute ago, WhiteWulfe said:

A small part of me is curious as to what it would be like dimensions-wise at 72mm tall, but I suspect that would probably be over $50 USD by that point...  I also suspect you'd get some rather colourful language dropped by your players if it came out as something possibly hostile!

@WhiteWulfe If you'd really like that quote for real-sy ... just let me know and I'll work it up for you.   But yes I do expect you'll be getting close to $50 USD.

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Doesn't really have anything to do with the kickstarter, but I would like everyone to know that I'm disappointed in all of you for not pointing out to me that Impact has a set of chibi xenomorphs. Fortunately I discovered this on my own and ordered them, so order has returned to the universe.

 

On topic - I think this is a really neat project and good on you for trying to make things better for people that got stiffed by another company!

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30 minutes ago, redambrosia said:

Ugh.... these are so neat... the chibi alien queen...

The Alien Queen was just a painting example.   Those figures are already on my website.

 

Apologies @Darsc Zacal did not know I could not link ... lesson learned!   Sorry for that

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