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11 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

I'm thinking of using this as a Giant/Titan in my Nippon Army!

 

 

Did you see the Rune Giant from Rocketpig? Pretty good rep for an actual Rune Giant made by Paizo/Wizkids.

 

 

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10 minutes ago, haldir said:

 

Did you see the Rune Giant from Rocketpig? Pretty good rep for an actual Rune Giant made by Paizo/Wizkids.

 

 

 

I did now!

Will think about it, it looks great but I need to take a look if I can print it that big on the Elegoo Mars.

This KS looks great, it's in parts so I know I can print that one.

With the BF Sale I might get the Rocketpig one as well..

And I saw more, but I need to restrain myself, did save them for later.

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41 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

 

I did now!

Will think about it, it looks great but I need to take a look if I can print it that big on the Elegoo Mars.

This KS looks great, it's in parts so I know I can print that one.

With the BF Sale I might get the Rocketpig one as well..

And I saw more, but I need to restrain myself, did save them for later.

 

Yah that MMF-BF sale is dangerous :lol:

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11 hours ago, haldir said:

 

Yah that MMF-BF sale is dangerous :lol:

 

I decided against the Rune Giant for now.

The Tenjin from this KS will be an awesome Titan and I don't think I need more than one of those.

Besides, I'm Christmas Shopping for the girls, so I need to watch the budget a little.

 

 

 

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Had this pop up in my feed of "you might like" kickstarters. It's an STL for a Japanese themed "mini" (it's actually a 10 inch tall 1/26th scale, so a big mini LOL), and it has a limited number of physical models they'll print for specific pledge levels. I pledged for the physical model (don't have a printer yet and won't have one in the near future). The model is absolutely fantastic, and the detail level is insane. I had told myself after Bones V and Marvel United, I was taking a breather from kickstarter to let my wallet recover, but I couldn't pass this one up.  They even designed it to allow for wiring so that you could put LEDs into the eyes, the sword and the gem in his hand so they could light up! Thought I'd share so that we could get through more stretch goals :)

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/blackforgegames/the-ancestors-tenjin/posts

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8 minutes ago, bojesphob said:

Lol my bad! I must have spelled it wrong when I searched to see if someone posted it already :lol: I'll crawl back in my hole...:;,;:

It's alright, happens to everyone.  Eventually a mod will join the threads together ^_^

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