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So here's Ettinstone, a tile system that should work with most other 25mm tile systems. It's magnetic, double sided, versatile, and super easy to build with. Also it's roughly about $1.20 per 2x2 tile before shipping at the lowest level, and about $1.00 per tile at the highest level. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1215751272/ettinstone/
The tiles are made in ABS plastic, so it won't break easily either. :)
The Gallant Goblin made a video that really shows off how quick it is to assemble, disassemble, and reassemble with this set, as well as showing how well it works with both Warlock and Dwarven Forge tiles. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvehn-WzpjU
Stretch goals at $18k and $26k for half walls(2x1") and quarter walls(2x0.5", AKA pillars/wall corners).
We're back with another small campaign. 9 minis sculpted by Boris Woloszyn, we cast in crisp resin and the whole set is 50USD. (40USD if you pledge during the first 12 hours)
Thanks or having a look!
A collection of 28mm figurines of armoured rennaisance Knights by Oliver James.
The Knights of the 16th century were an explosion of colour and extravagance. Wearing richly ornamented armour often featuring grotesque details and engraving, the amour would have been of the highest quality with the top armouries of europe competing to produce better and more richly ornamented armours. The armour was often covered with expensive fabrics and helmets decorated with ostrich feather plumes to further enhance the appearance of these nobles.
You can use these figures for Rennaisance collections and fantasy collections so they are very versatile!
The aim of this campaign is to release three sets of these Knights, which will be cast in white metal.
A further incentive to join this campaign is that the retail price of these packs will be higher once available for general release.
These figures will allow you to customise your collection as they come separate from the horses with separate heads and separate plumes so the figures have many variables.
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