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Subject: [Kickstarter] Legends of Signum's Four Corner Warriors- Resins & STL Files!
So, Signum Games is doing a kickstarter for new models. They aren't tied to the board games either- they're just cool looking models with thematic cultural ties.
Models are offered as pre- supported STL files, but in a nice change there are PHYSICAL releases for those without printers. Here is the initial offerings-
If you have access to a printer, it's a good deal, especially as stretch goals get added to the pile.
I've built plenty of their physical kits as well as printed out almost everything they've offered up on Patreon at this point too. Their STL files have continued to get streamlined and improved and they're quite good about responding to feedback.
Here's a video I put up recently featuring some of their Patreon STL files if you guys are curious, and there's plenty of videos I put up of the physical models if you want to see the quality of those too.
Plus the models tend to be in niches that not a lot of other companies cover, especially if you dig Wulfen.
The four corner groups seem to refer to a tribespeople, Vikings, samurai, and I'm guessing a Celtic group? This month's Patreon is featuring Vikings as well, and it looks like December will feature more of these tribespeople, so if you want a nice themed warband for your skirmish game of choice it might be worth looking in to.
While they certainly have style, Keila the Green Knight is the first one I actually want. I’ll look at the campaign to see what else is available, but this is not a good time of year for a Kickstarter for me.