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This one is up and running. Hit Funded in 2 hours. I'm in. It is beautiful.


Stretch goals include add-on option of busts of the figures instead of 75mm. Looks like they're going for collector's edition with the backgrounds for KS exclusive, but intending to make the figure and general thing they stand/sit on non-exclusive. There is an early bird option, so getting in now is better than later.

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Bust forms of Spring and Summer are unlocked. Winter is almost unlocked - the bust form has a violin instead of a cello, it appears. Seems like if they get to Autumn, the bust form will have a lyre instead of a harp. Campaign slowed since the Early Bird isn't available now, but the busts never were part of that.

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Winter bust is unlocked. Gotten a few more backers (it is a smaller scale KS, so slow on that isn't surprising). ~1000euro until the Autumn bust unlocks. A violin player commented that Winter's bow is held wrong, and they replied with effectively "we'll see what we can do to make it more authentic, but we have to make sure it will cast well". Seems reasonable; I'm curious if they'll find a nice compromise on authenticity and castability.

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Just went over the mark to unlock the Autumn bust. 1 more backer needed to hit the PDF tutorial. By their comments they may have a few more stretch goals to add (silhouette of a mug is up).

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I'm in for Winter and Spring right now.. might decide to go for Autumn instead of Spring but two figures is enough for me I think.. PM for Kimera will be painful so i am moderating.. the Euro losing value and being almost = to a dollar not withstanding

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They've hit all the main stretch goals. 45hrs to go. There is the silhouette of a tea/coffee/paint mug still un-revealed. Curious what they'll put as a goal for a mug. I like mugs.

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They funded all the way through the mug in the end, although mug will be an add-on in the PM it seems (they got to it with less than an hour to spare).

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