Our Texture stamps are designed to allow anyone to easily create low cost great looking bases for their wargaming figures that look professionally sculpted.The texture stamps have patterns like urban ruins, bones, rocks and battlefield debris. To use the stamps all you need is to put a little sculpting putty on your base and press the stamp down for the pattern you want, then allow the putty to dry. Cutting the putty away and multiple stampings can be used to create custom bases that give the sculptor endless possibilities of bases for a fraction of the cost of resin bases.
What are they made from?
The stamps are made from resin that gives highly detailed results when stamping. They are colour coded and numbered for ease of use.
What you will need to make great bases in three easy steps.
Modelling Putty, Texture Stamp, 25mm Round Base.
Step 1,Roll the putty into a ball and place in the centre of the base.
Step 2, Stamp down the putty and leave to dry.
Step 3, Paint and mount your figure on the base.
The main aim of this Kick Starter project is to make a range of resin texture stamps and to improve on that range with more stamps and accessories. Over the coming weeks we will be designing packaging so that we can bring the stamps to the wargaming marketplace.
UPDATE: Sci Fi sets coming soon
UPDATE: Dungeon 2 Texture Set, A5,A6,A7,A8, Fits 20mm Square, 25-30 mm Round Bases
UPDATE: New 40mm stamp design, molded with the texture style on top of the stamp.
UPDATE: The round texture stamps will also fit 25mm square bases, above is the results of using the stamps on square bases
The furture plan for Miniauture-Tek is to design and launch a web site. Aside from being able to order any individual stamp or set that you want, I'm also going to be improving the range of stamps and base accessories in the coming weeks and will add new rewards to the kickstarter project.
Risks and challenges
I don't anticipate any risks, We have the equipment we need and the designs have already been developed and perfected. The only challenge would be if the project was a huge success, that of course would lead to a longer delivery date for the stamps.
we will keep you informed by putting out weekly updates on the progression of the project.
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