There is one thing worse than painting miniatures, and that is to have unpainted miniatures. Captain's Blog will provide an audience, or in other words motivation, to stimulate my war game miniature painting productivity. In Halifax, we had a great group of gamers and we were constantly in competition with each other. I do not have the same community support in Montreal. I hope that by blogging regularly that I will force myself to paint more. Are you up to the challenge? Pick up a brush.
What were you ladies and gentlemen smoking? I can see Kickstarter is a
fantastic way for a company to raise capital for a line of products. But to
turn a $30K request into almost $3.5M investment is madness, simply madness.
Damn I wish it was my idea.
I hope that all that partook in the kool-aid are happy with the results.
No doubt, those of you at the Vampire Pledge level will be very smug with your box of figures. From the looks of it you have everything you can run
into on a Dungeon crawl except the kitchen sink.
25mm HOTT Dragon (15mm Figure for Scale)
All joking aside, I think the “Bones” approach that Reaper is using to make the RPG figures
accessible to the younger crowd (or those cash conscious individuals) at
a reasonable price is great.
I obtained two of the figures. A buddy of mine went at the $100
pledge level and qualified for the additional options. Through him I was able
to snag the “There be Dragons” for $15.
15mm HOTT Dragon (15mm Figure for Scale)
I will be mounting these for HOTT, one
for 15mm Scale and the other for 25mm Scale games. I admit that I am curious in
how long a paint job will actually last on these polymer models. I was very
pleased to see how easy it was to glue these figures to a base.