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Kickstarter to fund the molds necessary to make a plastic miniatures starter set for Dream Pod 9's Heavy Gear Blitz - Tabletop Wargame.
1,015 backers pledged CA$ 150,406 to help bring this project to life.
Brandon Keith Fero, Graeme Rigg, and 9 more people like this update.

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    1. Brandon Keith Fero on

      @Styxx42, That is a lot of weapons to change out. I know that they have often remarked on how difficult it is to magnetize the weapons and hands on the DP9 forums, unless you are using a larger base like the striders or tanks, but if you take the time I approve of your dedication. Would also really like to see more pics elsewhere of your models and your opinions on just how well they withstand bumping around the table.

    2. wouter
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      The new render looks so much better!
      Thank you for making the changes, it makes a lot of difference.

    3. Styxx42 on

      I also (sorry for Double post) have RE magnets ready for my gears.
      I fiddled with my Robotech mini's here with interchangeable and poseable arms legs and torso
      I am really hoping I can do the same with out a lot of cutting on the original gears.

      http://www.imagebam.com/gallery/ezpc86yhwq306gdr6za04062u0cddqus
      Have a look at what I am hoping for with my Gears.
      I am thinking doing this with their loadouts as well.

    4. Styxx42 on

      That is better.
      I like to see more parts and Less Stick plastic.

      Very Nice job, Please keep the minis in this vein of production if at all possible.
      Nothing worse then fielding an cadre of Gears and both sides look exactly the same.

      I was really starting to worry there of a while.
      But this is really promising.
      Thanks

    5. Brian Harris on

      Looks great to me. Thanks for making the changes and keeping us in the loop as far as the production timeline. That's money.

    6. Brandon Keith Fero on

      Another pat on the back and fist pump is necessary among your render guys. Looking better, and everyone is noticing the improvement. Really looking forward to more updates in the future!