Just saw this thread. That market stall looks amazing; you've painted everything perfectly, with everything being just the right colour! There's some very impressive details, like the seeds in the melons and watermelons, that really make the whole thing stand out.
"Then, through the broken walls, they see the glow of a fire, and then the outline of a large cauldron sitting above it. As they creep nearer, they see the sledge pull up beside the cauldron. Two more cultists appear to join the three with the sledge in lifting bodies and dumping them into the cauldron."
"If a figure is in base contact with the cauldron it may spend one action to tip it over. The figure can use this action as an attack against any figure within 1" of the cauldron"
(Frostgrave. Thaw of the Lich Lord. The Dark Cauldron scenario. p.26 )
Just wanted to show you our new Medieval Bath and bathing accessories!
Headrest, carved legs, drain hole with a plug for this hole (!).
The bath set also includes a fully functional drawer, a step to help your 28mm miniatures take a bath, a jug, a wooden bucket, a basin and bath accessories: two towels, a bone comb, anointing brush and a razor.
Just wanted to tell that we are on the finish line before launching our second fundraising campaign called "Tiny Market Square."
For the last couple of months, Tiny Furniture and our partners from Evocatus Miniatures are working on the new line of 28mm miniatures. We are planning to create a full range of non combat figures - the characters who simply live in medieval cities: peasants, merchants, pilgrims, noblemen and others.
The fundraising campaign will be launched on IndieGoGo in August. Unfortunately, Kickstarter does not work with companies or persons from Russia, thats why we choose IGG.
If you are interested in our project and want to support us, please leave your email on this pre-launch page https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/tiny-market-square-28mm-medieval-peasants/coming_soon
Fresh apples for this beautiful lady!
Every player know that the quest board is a start of every adventure!
From the cathedral balcony, the bishop could see the crowds swarming about the market square below. The remnants of his recent meal - rich and dripping with lard - still shone on his chin as he sluggishly thought "seems the city is growing, an increase in the tithe may be in order".
The next figure from "Tiny Market Square" campaign - the peasant girl. Yes, it is me on the sketch
The young girl, in the simply cut but neatly maintained dress, danced in and out of the swirling mass of humanity that is the marketplace. Deftly jumping a puddle, ducking under a low stall beam, a swirl of the skirt and she was around an upended cart. Where ever she went smiles and greetings followed her, all of which she returned in kind. People were always glad to see Agnes, and not because she worked for the old noble widow on the hill, but because she was a gentle soul. Arriving at her destination, the vegetable merchant smiled broadly as she approached. After greeting the merchant, Agnes began her inspection of the pumpkins and cabbages. After choosing the best available, she waited while the merchant worked his abacus. “Eight pence” the merchant said. Agnes frowned slightly, “Not five days ago this would have only been four pence,” narrowing her eyes she continued, “this seems a little greedy to me Peter.” The merchant looked at the ground, and nudged some dirt with his boot, “I’m sorry Agnes, but I cannot sell my vegetables at my old prices anymore. Last week the Bishop almost doubled the church tithe. I cannot survive and feed my own family at that loss.” Agnes sighed, some of the light leaving her face. Resigned, she put the cabbage back on the stall, shook her head and thought, “My lady will surely curse me again.”
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Just wanted to tell you that we have launched our second fundraising campaign on IndieGoGo!
We are expanding into new genres and want to create the new line of miniature medieval citizens, which you can use in your tabletop roleplaying games and wargames.
3D models of miniatures have already been developed: nobles, merchants, Bishop, Courtesan, and others. All these models will be printed on a high-quality printer, and then cast in resin.
Fully equipped medieval forge!
This set includes a large fireplace, a small fireplace, large bellows, small bellows, an anvil on a stump, a blacksmith's workbench, a bag of coal, a trough, a barrel with swords blanks and a large bucket for water.
And some shelves with books, bottles, and scrolls.
The attention to detail is the amazing part.
All those small elements all brought together makes it almost overwhelming, your brain does not like to think this is in miniature almost as detailed as the real thing.
I just took a blacksmith course over the weekend and the forge details are rather scary how spot-on they are.
The painting is awesome.
The wanted posters are fun with the various "known" characters.
It is a pleasure to see the details here, I have wanted to put together many a diorama and these would make them easy.
Soul Samurai wrote: Very nice, I love the colours, and the texture on the tablecloth is a great detail! The crystal ball has a very interesting lightning effect, very eye-catching. Are the cards printed transfers?
Thank you! The cards were painted by the hand and №0 brush
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Man, I can't believe how realistic that stone looks, what with the algea and water stains! You really need to start making painting tutorial videos (or tell me where they are if you've already made them)!
Soul Samurai wrote: Man, I can't believe how realistic that stone looks, what with the algea and water stains! You really need to start making painting tutorial videos (or tell me where they are if you've already made them)!
It is hard to make any tutorial videos because we are not so good at English. Also, we use a lot of local paint brands (not Vallejo or Citadel) and it is hard to explain something in this situation.
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They look too short.
Typically a kitchen unit is ~ 900mm high (+ counter-top).
A typical module is 600 wide by 600 or 650 deep.
Yours look like they're as tall as they are wide & deep (ie cubes).
Otherwise - very nice!
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The main result of the first days: the HARVEST OF WAR is FULLY FUNDED!!!
For now, seven sets are unlocked, and we still have a lot of them to unlock.
We are extremely excited about the final one - FALLEN DRAGON!
It is an extremely hot spring in Siberian Russia right now (+23C) and that is so RARE for us here. But quarantine broke all the plans.
Still, we have our people in Tinyburg and they are happy chatting on sunny streets of the town