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Lunesdargent Workshop is proud to introduce its first miniatures gaming environment : The Path of Osiris. (D&D compatible)
Lunesdargent Workshop is proud to introduce its first miniatures gaming environment : The Path of Osiris. (D&D compatible)
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Weekly update !

Posted by Lunesdargent Workshop (Creator)
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Hi Backers,

A small update to tell you that things are going well even if we had some minors set-back this week.

I will take the time later to review some small upgrades, and I can confirm you that the large floor tile was not removed or replaced.

Here's a picture. Yes, stacked pieces are in the background :)

We will resume production Sunday and will work 6 day a week for 2 or 3 weeks. (for the rest of the team at least since I already work 7 days a week since the start fo August hahaha) Many orders will ship in November :)

 I wanted to paint them but since this set belong to one of you and first orders are unpainted I refrained from doing so !

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    1. Lunesdargent Workshop 5-time creator on

      Yes, those are hand casted pieces,not plastic injected, this as been explained the campaign presentation and is still there for you to read : "Made with our personal recipe of very hard sandstone, these will last aeons - and tiny surface bubbles give every single one of these tiles a unique time-worn look.". We have lowered their number with new production method. But once dirt washed I prefer the tile with the most air bubbles since they look more old and authentic.

    2. Rick Bledsoe on

      I can see quite a few air bubbles in the photo. Is that normal?

    3. Lunesdargent Workshop 5-time creator on

      @Hella101 Not yet.
      @John, I would like to make a video explaining simple painting technique.

    4. Hella101 on

      Can you show a finished throne room?

    5. John Dominguez on

      Will there be a tutorial on how to paint them?

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      Jonathan Dale on

      Updates always appreciated!

      BTW, I won't be offended if my sets accidentally get painted! Ooops!

    7. Jason O on

      @Lunesdargent,
      They are looking simply fantastic! I Can't wait to receive my 3 painted sets and add ons!