Here is the latest set of crowdfunding projects to catch my eye…
Gydran Miniatures Studio is looking produce a new range of 28mm sci-fi Dwarves in white metal and resin.
The project has just reached its £1,200 funding goal and is running until 28th February, with delivery due in April 2017.
Italian company Greebo Games are producing a new 28mm Fantasy Football team, based on medieval knights and yeoman, available in resin or metal. The project has already raised over thirteen times its 2,000 EUR funding goal, and is running until 27th February 2017.
Delivery is due in May 2017.
This project by Spanish company GoblinGuild Miniatures is running on Indiegogo.
The company is looking for 4,000 EUR to create a 28mm Chaos team for Fantasy Football, and are currently at 78% of their target, with a month left to run.
Delivery is due in June 2017.
Richard Dallimore is producing a set of 28mm miniatures, depicting a VSF version of the Household Cavalry on steam-powered horses.
The project has reached 33% of its £1,500 funding goal, and is running until 28th February. It is due for delivery in September 2017.
A G Wilson is looking to produce some new packs of 28mm Undead Samurai to complement his existing Samurai range.
The project has almost reached its £400 funding goal, and is running until 14th February. Delivery is due in April 2017.
War Layer is a brand new collection of modular 3d printable sci-fi wargaming terrain. The Kickstarter project backer gets the printer files for several sets of terrain.
The project has reached 175% of its $200 goal, and is running until 16th March. Delivery is due in May 2017.
Studio 6d6 is running a project to produce a range of laser cut pre-stained wooden furniture, suitable for RPGs (or wargaming for that matter)
The project has reached almost 600% of it’s $1,000 funding goal, and is running until 5th March.
Delivery is due in September 2017.
Dave’s Wargames are running a project to produce a new set of 28mm MDF buildings.(He’s also producing paint racks…)
The project has raised 60% of its £500 funding goal, and is running until 24th February. Delivery is due in April 2017.