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Monday Miniatures: Worthwhile Projects Edition

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There is a widespread when it comes to the quality of miniature projects in the crowdfunding world. Most of the time I feel like I am either complaining about how many bad ones there are, or how professional and unworthy of funding a current project is. The porridge seems to always be too hot or too cold.

Well, both of the projects I found this week look just about right.

Bake your Bases – There was a very similar project to this a few weeks ago that piqued my interest as a worthwhile idea, but with quality issues. This project and other like it (I certainly hope someone has filed a patent) have the potential to upset the whole $1-a-resin-base market in short order.

Shock Sisters – This creator has purchased the rights to a very old miniature line, and wants to launch them in a modernized way. I think that’s awesome. They look very 40k, and even though he wants to get away from that to some extent, they will make some great alternate sisters of battle.

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Waaaagghhh!

Clint painted his last Ork for a while, and even sent us a group shot. This army really deserves a diorama (get on it Laura!)

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Jessica on the other hand, back from her vacation did a beautiful job on another bones mini. Starting in the next week or two, all three of us should be painting the same bones mini on a regular basis. It will be like the west side story, but with paint brushes.

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This entry was posted by David Winchester.

One thought on “Monday Miniatures: Worthwhile Projects Edition

  1. “When you paint minis, you paint minis all the way. From your first rusty wash to your last iron grey.”
    I couldn’t resist. 🙂
    Great paint jobs Clint and Jessica!

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