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By Lidless Eye
Another one from Crippled God Foundry, focusing on ruined terrain (with non-ruins as a future stretch goal) and more creepy Undead and graveyard dwellers.
“Ruins of Hollow Hills” is a collection of Fantasy Ruined Buildings, Thematic Scenery Pieces and Miniatures as 3D Printable Files for Resin and FDM printing.
All the buildings, scenery and miniatures from this campaign are designed for tabletop role play, skirmish games, wargames of 28-32 miniature scale or for use with your scale model projects!
All the Buildings, Scenery & Miniatures from this Campaign are 3D PRINTABLE FILES ONLY!
This means that you have to print the miniatures in a Resin or FDM 3D Printer .
In the picture below you can see all the buildings, terrain pieces & miniatures included in the Core Set:
They also have add-ons with STLs from their previous projects as well as their ended Monstrober promotions.
Our last update:
Getting ready to relaunch!
We wanted to share with you that we are working hard in the future relaunch of our miniatures campaign, and we already have the link to the pre-launch page, if you click on it, Kickstarter will inform you once we launch the campaign:
We expect to have everything ready for the relaunch in the next weeks, although we will inform you of the exact date before that.
We also wanted to thank you for your feedback and for participating in our last survey.
From a total of 239 votes.
60% of our backers prefer miniatures in a 28mm scale.
20% of our backers prefer miniatures in a 32mm scale.
And 20% of our backers said that they would be fine with either option.
This means that there is a huge majority of our backers who prefer a 28mm scale, so we can announce that we will relaunch the campaign with 28mm figures.
We are currently working in several surprises for the campaign, and we’ll soon tell you more about them!
Thank you for your support, more news coming soon.
Since i didn't have my paints with me while on break, i was hungry to get back to it. I guess i wasn't as full of turkey and stuffing as i thought.
As I'm posting this, i saw on his left leg that he's got an unpainted seal. Dang it!
I made the bands on the blade smaller.
Added more metal details.
Added more accent color.
Tested two new paint color (silver grey, red. And German Grey). Each did great.
His backpack gave me some trouble. I was gluing it on, but the post didn't push in and then it broke off. Ended up doing some surgery back the but it's on.
(Unofficial title: BaseBoss 2 - Electric Boogaloo )
The project is expected to drop sometime SOON™ so I wanted to go ahead and put up a topic here so y'all have a place to discuss. Please try to keep things reasonably on topic. We may make a separate information thread later on that specific questions and/or information may be moved to if it's deemed necessary.
So, i don't know if this is okay or not, but i wanted to share them. I had never painted any warhammer stuff. Both because of the cost and the fear of getting caught up in that universe. Well... it started.
I bought my first set of intercessors back in January, but never touched them because i just didn't feel able to take them on. There's some amazing painters who do these and i always felt inadequate. Gotta start somewhere though. I started watching a ton of videos on them and put some ideas together.
Here's my first ever 5 painted. I tried to test two paint schemes green and blue. I think they both came out great.
having never got into these before, i now see the reason people like these so much. Very fun but very time consuming.
Would love your feedback.