I’m hoping to take some all new pics soon, these are mostly the same photos I’ve been using for the last year or more. I have to repaint some of the original 4 gangs and it’s been taking longer than I wanted. I’ve also been looking into pro painting, I may do that for some minis but can’t do it for all, it’s pricey. I like to paint and think I can do em good, but not as good as some of those other games that have amazing paint jobs for everything. I know when I look at new minis I’m more inclined to buy if I see them pained awesomely.
One thing that bothered me about the other brands is some of them had nice sculpts but a lot of them were guys just standing there, so I wanted to have more active poses. Downside is this means more pieces, but i don’t mind gluing stuff. Some folks complained about pinning but I never pin normal sized minis and have never had any parts break off unless I dropped it on the floor (and what wouldn’t break if you did that?). I am a little worried about the new beasts though, like the Chupacabras each have 7 pieces, well 8 with the base. There’s a body, 2 arms, 2 legs, a tail and a head. But we sculpted them so they have little plugs so the parts should fit together easy, just gonna be tough for my sausage fingers to not get superglued together when I build em
I’m gonna try to cut down on the amt of pieces for newer beasts though. Kind of wondering how to do the Jackalopes.. there will be 3 in a pack and I’d like 3 different bunny poses, and 3 different sets of antlers so you can mix & match, but the antler pieces will probably be really really teeny. We could do it like 3 different heads with the antlers attached, but then they’d probably just have to be more like stubby little horns. They will be bigger than a rabbit though, probably like the size of your average dog or wolf, so maybe it won’t be so bad.