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A few more models have been unlocked, although they're concept sketches like the Bishop.

 

Here's what's coming!

 

STRETCH GOALS

 

14. Minstrel - $3000 *LOCKED*

15. Sleeping City Guard $3500 *LOCKED*

16. Blacksmith apprentice with a bunch of swords $4000 *LOCKED*

17. Curious girl in a flower wreath $4500 *LOCKED*

18. Soothsayer gypsy woman $5000 *LOCKED*

19. Blacksmith $5500 *LOCKED*

20. Baker $6000 *LOCKED*

21. Innkeeper $6500 *LOCKED*

22. Children $7000 *LOCKED*

23. Hunter with his prey  $7500 *LOCKED*

24. Prisoner in chains $8000 *LOCKED*

25. Cripple $8500 *LOCKED*

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16 hours ago, Reverend Shartan said:

I like the models, but as I stated on Facebook.....if this was on Kickstarter, I would have backed in a heartbeat. But since it's on Indigogo.....I'm out.

 

You can also order existing miniatures directly from their website, of course. (:

 

Tiny Furniture sells painted miniatures, although there's a waiting period.

 

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Yeah, I checked out their web store. It's all pretty awesome. I still wonder how their models compare to the "heroic" scale minis. If they're true 28mm, all that neat stuff would be a bit small for most of my minis. 

 

It'd make good halfling decor though.

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On 9/23/2018 at 10:49 PM, redambrosia said:

Yeah, I checked out their web store. It's all pretty awesome. I still wonder how their models compare to the "heroic" scale minis. If they're true 28mm, all that neat stuff would be a bit small for most of my minis. 

 

It'd make good halfling decor though.

I have bought quite a few things from them and it is all nice size.  Here is a comparison photo of one of their beds. From Left to Right: Zealot Miniatures, Reaper, Tiny Furniture, Fenryll.

 

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I wish this were not Russian and not on Indiegogo. I like the figures enough that I might take the risk, though. One interesting bit from the campaign page:

 

"An optimistic view of the "Tiny Market Square" campaign future..."

 

At least they're realistic about the unrealistic(?) schedule. :ik_oops:

 

BTW, it helps a lot to know that people here have experience ordering from this vendor.

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I'd considered ordering some stuff from her. I follow her stuff on Facebook and she communicates often about what's going on and being made. Seems like a small operation, and items tend to be cast on demand. When I have need for some of the items, I intend to give her a chance. Despite my figmentius disorder, I don't need most of the stuff lying around for willy nilly orders though so they are waiting. 

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Oh I didn't realize who this was until I saw the animal skin rugs - I have bought from her before through Etsy (shop name there is TableTopFurniture) and I was very, very happy with the quality of the sculpts and casts. She does, in fact, cast everything on demand and always has a wait list, but is very open about the fact that you will likely have a 1.5 - 2 month wait from the time that you order to the time that it gets from Russia to you. I believe it was closer to a 1.5 month wait for the stuff that I ordered from her.

 

4 hours ago, Doug Sundseth said:

"An optimistic view of the "Tiny Market Square" campaign future..."

 

At least they're realistic about the unrealistic(?) schedule. :ik_oops:

I looked at her previous indiegogo campaign and she had the same term "optimistic view" on the time frame for that project as well - I'm wondering if that's getting lost in translation and is meant to convey that they really are optimistic about the time frame, rather than being sardonic. Either way, it appears that they did successfully make the time frame on the previous project.

 

I'm not interested in joining indiegogo but I don't think there's much, if any, risk that this campaign won't deliver. I will happily order from her etsy/shop again in the future.

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