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Re: An idea becomes reality : Tile Bases

PostPosted: Saturday December 22nd, 2012 6:17pm
by Nephew of Mentor
I had another question, have you thought about producing any bases bigger than 1x1? For example, if I were to add a Rat Ogre to my game, I am likely to need a 1x2. There aren't many other sizes that I can think of, but I am curious if this has been a consideration in the past. Also, looking forward to being a customer some day, as I have just rejoined the world of the employed. Huzzah!

Re: An idea becomes reality : Tile Bases

PostPosted: Sunday November 3rd, 2013 4:08pm
by mako-heart
Just placed an order. Soon enough my paladin and my Dark elf and Sorceress and Barbarian will be based. 14 days for shipping from Australia. Should have my character Cards for my female team to me any day now and i will post pics in this thread once they are totally done. I think it is a fitting name "Outworld" for outworld minis coming into HQ world. Awesome product, and best of luck.
mako-heart.

Re: An idea becomes reality : Tile Bases

PostPosted: Monday November 4th, 2013 2:52am
by Seb
Thanks Mako-Heart, I'm waiting on Gimme's efforts, he received his recently too. I'll add some of my modified miniatures to the Original Post also as examples.

Look forward to your additions soon! :)

Re: An idea becomes reality : Tile Bases

PostPosted: Thursday November 14th, 2013 7:55pm
by mako-heart
Got my bases today can't wait to get my heros on them. Thanks for shiping in a timely manner. I will post once I get them on and the bases painted.

Re: An idea becomes reality : Tile Bases

PostPosted: Thursday November 14th, 2013 10:46pm
by Seb
Thanks for the heads up, looking forward to it.

Looks like the last of them too, won't be producing anymore with Thantos' cheaper bases on the way :)

Re: An idea becomes reality : Tile Bases

PostPosted: Sunday November 17th, 2013 7:27am
by Infje
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Please tell me which miniatures these are. Thanks!

Re: An idea becomes reality : Tile Bases

PostPosted: Sunday November 17th, 2013 2:37pm
by mako-heart
Here Are my new female heros. I will post these with there cards as soon as i get them.
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I'm bummed out seb your hanging up the outworld line of bases. :cry:

Re: An idea becomes reality : Tile Bases

PostPosted: Sunday November 17th, 2013 3:17pm
by Thantos
These are nice two part castings, i think if people want quality bases for a little extra cash - they should get these. Mine are 1 part and may need sanding or filling after all.

Re: An idea becomes reality : Tile Bases

PostPosted: Sunday November 17th, 2013 4:29pm
by Goblin-King
You are a terrible salesman Thantos :lol:

Re: An idea becomes reality : Tile Bases

PostPosted: Sunday November 17th, 2013 5:50pm
by Seb
@Infje
All of them I take it? :D

Advanced Heroquest Henchman, with modifications (head, arms, weapons), Advanced Heroquest Knight with arm swaps, Fantasy Regiments Plastic Dwarf with extra detail parts.

Old school era Warhammer 90's Beastman Gor, you can still find these occasionally online - I came across all three in one auction, so count myself fortunate.

Wood Elf Waywatcher, 90's and an 80's Warhammer Templar. Occasionally I see this model on eBay, usually as "Empire Fighter"

The two orcs; one is the shaman from Uglud's Armored Orcs regiment and the other is an 80's Orc Champion figure. They matched the Heoquest orcs so well it was a no brainer to pick them up.

@Mako
Very cool :D I actually have the sorceress on the end, however she is setup on a round base for DnD. Thanks for posting them up!

@Thantos
Thank you for the compliment Thantos, I use a two part mould with sprue, spin cast. I have to watch out for concavity on the underside mostly.

Should folks want more, I'll spin casts up, right now all I have left are what I feel are rejects; bases I can use personally with some minor touch ups - but wouldn't expect a customer to have to deal with air holes, concavity issues and broken edges :)

So your bases are out Thantos?? I've had to skim your thread and saw no images?

thanks all!
Sebastian.