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    1. Hunter Mayer
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      on

      Exactly! The pictures made me more hungry! :D I probably came off super critical giving I too only had precious minutes to write all that. You have an amazing product! So hang in there! You got this! There isn't a day I don't wander back to the campaign to see how its going and dream. Maybe thats part of the problem. I get distracted too easily by the pretties. Thanks for the update.

    2. David M. Higgins 3-time creator on

      @Hunter I am actually painting the last two pieces right now. In fact I am writing this because its better than watching paint dry. I am working as fast as possible here considering there is actual life to contend with as well. I was hoping the images in update #14 would satiate you until I could get these pieces wrapped up, but I see now that it worked more like an appetizer than an entree. You will get exactly what you and others are asking for very soon today! The main course is on its way! I also want to point out that I haven't even started any concept sketching towards the shroom forest. all my efforts have been going into finishing these final two pieces.

      Paint is dry, so its back to the brush!

    3. Hunter Mayer
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      on

      I already can not see the forest through the trees... Mushroom or otherwise. I should be excited about "more stuff", but I am not for some reason. Probably because I feel that my previous issues with the campaign remain unresolved. I do not think this is difficult as you may think. a simple comparative Side A/B photos would suffice for ALL the pieces. Hell if there was just something with placeholder imagery, it would be better than what is in there now. Please, before you add more I would love to see the campaign more organized visually of what is already in the campaign. When I come back to this *EVERY* time I give up or run out of time trying to organize the campaign elements. A list with no pictures would be nice. I should not have to open excel to try and organize this all. But the message from many is its not clear enough in the bigger picture. I don't think we are asking for a professional photo shoot quality. Just go look at how the terrain campaigns organize goals. If your hung up on a single photo seriously do something as simple as a comparative side A, Side B Pieces in the same position in each photo and do that for each level of the campaign (x2 and x3 will suffice in bundles that are multiples.) Until I figure this out (have the time, or its done for me, etc.) I am not in. Tell you what. Take a photo of each piece side a/side b. Give it a name and note what pledges that piece is in. This update has a picture of a pile of pieces. Which pledge is that? See what we're having to do? You want more people in, please address that. Before I part with half a rent/mortgage payment I am really want to see what I am pledging for is really all I am asking for. Just break it down. Its about pieces. We get there are two sides.

    4. David M. Higgins 3-time creator on

      I am just wrapping up the final wall piece now jstenzel. I am hoping I have enough paint to finish them. either way, I will put something together. The difficulty in presenting this product lies directly in them being double sided. I know it is confusing, but I really wanted to show off every side of every piece. I should have something for you all tonight or tomorrow!

    5. jstenzel
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      on

      Now that everything is unlocked, would it be possible to get a picture of everything side by side? Basically, a complete inventory of everything in the $400 pledge. I have to be honest, the main page is not organized all that well and it's very difficult to determine exactly what is in the One Of Everything package.