Medieval Marginalia Presented by Oldschool miniatures
We aim to render these zany medieval doodles in 28mm scale white metal. With more funding we can recreate more images!
This project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Mon, February 25 2019 7:10 PM UTC +00:00.
What will you do with your Marginalia?
Hark! Already, I hear thine reply "prithee, sir, what doest one with such strange figures?" Verily, the uses are multitudinous! To make thine small garden quaint and delightful. Perhaps yet, to decorate thine own monkish library. Or! Dare thee, adventurer, encounter such characters abroad in daring roleplay?
Byron has initially sculpted 3 Scenes from Medieval Marginalia.
Each Scene is made up of two metal cast miniatures
Rabbit and Dog Joust
What else would your Rabbit be riding but a man snail - even the hare looks a little confused.
Knight vs Snail Rampant
Even the shield looks scared
Now we get very weird
Deer Snail and Crow Nun
Time for a Group Shot
Perfect for a little succulent garden
In addition to tabletop wargames, silly role playing, or library decorations, our figures make great little decorations for your plants!
Starting at £2000 funding Byron will sculpt another scene. He will sculpt an additional scene for each £1000 beyond that. Additionally, he will sculpt an additional scene for each "Patron of the Arts" supporter.
Go here to take our stretch goal survey! Help Byron decide what to sculpt next.
Stretch Goal 1 - Donkey Retainer warding off a Menacing Snail
Stretch Goal 2 - Snail-Knight atop its trusty Hound
All miniatures are supplied unpainted. These are not toys and may contain small amounts of lead so are unsuitable for children under 14. All postage is charged via paypal invoice when they are ready for shipping
If we get many stretch goals delivery dates could be delayed while we get the minis sculpted
Risks and challenges
The only risk is that if this goes very well the delivery dates could be delayed while Byron gets sculpting. The three initial scenes are ready to go into production.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter