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Dang, lots more work for me then. Because tiny sized or smaller creatures (which is most of this set) only take up a space 1/4 the size of a small or medium creature, it means they should have 1/2" instead of 1" bases - which just means I'll end up cutting them all down to size like I have with the rest of the tiny minis I've had in the past.
Sorry about that. I debated that but I was concerned the mini would be so small that they wouldn't be really recognizable hence the 1" base was kept, and most of the minis are not truly tiny.
Thanks sanwah68, glad you like them! I will look intot this and try to figure out which ones are missing.
That said, to make the cutting out of bases easier, is it possible to line them all up in a 1-inch grid with shared sides, then one cut just divides the bases, and means a lot less cutting out.
Hm... if it's easier for folks to do that, sure. I'll put it in the next set.
My vote on the Summon Monster vs. Summon Nature's Ally selection would be to produce a second, complete set for Summon Nature's Ally. When you organize the files, make sure to put the ones that appear on both lists on separate pages (probably at the back?) from the ones that appear only on one list or the other. That way, anyone who is only interested in one list would be able to buy it with a minimum of confusion, and people who buy both will only have to print out one set of the duplicates.
Just out of curiosity, would people prefer a complete set? Even if it used many of the same minis from the Summon Monster set?
Ross Byers wrote:
The 'aligned critter' list might also work well as supplements. It would allow you to spread the stress of drawing so many creatures out over multiple products, and allows people to buy just the critters they're interested in (A player probably just wants one alignment, for instance, and a GM has more use for Fiendish than Celestial.)
That's an interesting idea although I'm not sure if people would pay more for a subset of Fiendish or Celestial if they could, as Dudemeister said, just draw on their own horns, halos, etc.
Thanks Snorter! I've had a decent amount of practice doing these over the years.
The foamcore would work well for the larger pieces. I never thought of that.
Hmmm... now I have too many options to choose from... ;) Good ideas!
This is the first paper minis set I've downloaded, and I'm not sure how the gargantuan ones are supposed to be put together. Can anyone describe it, or at least link me to some pictures of what they're supposed to look like when assembled?
The link that Itchy posted should help although I don't remember it addressing Gargantuan minis specifically. Each mini takes up a full page so after printing them out, just glue the backs together. They should line up perfectly so then it just a matter of cutting out whatever amount of white space you don't want. The black bar beneath the mini's feet can fold so that you can either glue that to the base OR cut the base in half and glue it on top of the black bar.
I hope that made sense...
Also, Callous Jack, I'm early in Skull and Shackles and your paper minis are doing a great job at filling in the many blanks left by the Wizkids minis. The players and I love them.
Hey thanks, drumlord! I'm glad to hear the paper minis are working out for you. I'm always interested in any battlemap pics if you have them! :)
Melissa Brown 482 wrote:
That is a very good question but I honestly don't have an answer to it just yet.
Hayato Ken wrote:
Hi Hayato Ken, I do have an old account that I haven't used in years. I avoid posting paper minis there so I don't have to worry about the artwork being saved and passed around. That's why I tried to cram as many on the cover as I could so folks can get an idea of what's inside.
I like that there are multiples of many of the creatures as it will surely help out those folks that need to summon several critters at once. That said, for the most part I will only ever need one or two of each of these. Could we add pages at the end for the smaller ones that just has one of each for people like me so we don't have to waste lots of pages and ink to get one of each?
Hi drumlord,If enough people were interested in that, I could see adding that on. :)
Hola Ezaviel_Malakai,I'm sorry to hear you are not happy with the paper minis. Normally I do like to do what you mentioned but this set was very difficult. It contains somewhere around 110 unique minis. So doubling or tripling that would have been an almost impossible task to accomplish as it already took about 5-6 months to finish. :)
Belkzen Stirs - AP around Last Wall & the orcs. A shadowy figure has arisen and begun to gather the orcs into a unified force again. Though slain, he continues to return. The mystery to his identity and power can only be found by returning to the Darklands below, where the orcs originated from to rediscover some of the ancient history of the dwarves & orcs of Golarion and the driving forces behind the Quest for the Sky. Because orcs are sadly lacking in APs.
I like that! Great idea!
The Prowler is dead? Aw, that bums me out, I loved the Prowler when I was kid. Hell, I bought his limited series. I think a good writer(and artist) could do a lot with him and Rocket Racer. Luke Cage was a B-grade hero before Bendis came along. I'd love to see them at least take some sort of Stark/Pym/Richards tech role for one of the big teams.
I like Battlestar, I have some Avengers Spotlight comics from the '80s where he fought Dr. Karl Malus, the Power Tools and the Powerbroker. I dug that storyline. So what do you think of Patriot?
I thought of some other heroes:
That's it for me, I stopped collecting comics by the early 00's. I'm not in the loop anymore with who has died or not. I imagine there's some more in the Avengers Initiative or the Xavier Institute books.
EDIT: What about Deathlok or Cardiac? I can't remember...
Freehold DM wrote:
2. quick, name 5 black Marvel super heroes. And five Latino ones. No crossing ultimate/313 lines.
Here's some ones that I always liked (well, maybe not Triathlon).
There was a mutant latina doctor that came out around the same times as Maggot in X-Men. (Reyes?) I think she had a forcefield.
Smarnil le couard wrote:
Thanks Smarnil le couard! Some of my guesses were correct but I was off on a couple like Rouergue.
The 8th Dwarf wrote:
I actually just finished a book on the Paston Letters. Fascinating stuff especially the lengths to which they had to go through to keep some of their legally bought land!
Apologies if I missed this, but I am wondering if you could provide the paper format (A4, letter) and the number of pages in the description? Naturally, printing costs are a factor in determining the overall cost of this product. Thank you.
The file consists of 1 cover, 6 pages of mini content and 2 pages with the mini bases. Hope that helps!