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$9,488
pledged of $90,000pledged of $90,000 goal
131
backers
Funding Unsuccessful
The project's funding goal was not reached on Mon, May 15 2017 6:00 PM UTC +00:00

Mini sculpt update. Meet the Smith Family!

Posted by Sentient Cow Games (Creator)
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Hello Escapees,

Well, the campaign may be over (for now) but we said we would keep giving updates and we keep our word. Please enjoy the renders of the Smith Family minis. Our sculptor sent over a beautiful color version as well. Have a great rest of the week and a fabulous weekend!

 

 

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    1. Sentient Cow Games 2-time creator
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      We have snippets!:
      The Smith family were test subjects in the first of many Atomic Research Projects that originated during the Cold War Era. The unwitting family were doused with high levels of nuclear radiation while camping in Yosemite State Park. The bizarre experiment caused Pam Smith, Don Smith, Jimmy Smith, and little Suzy to be melded together into this monstrosity of quivering flesh and radioactive oozing tentacles. The test subjects somehow lived and even adapted to this new incarnation. The Smiths were taken to Dulce for further observation and were intended to be used as a weapon against the Russians, but after intense psychological testing, the Smiths were deemed to have been driven insane by their transformation. Scientists also discovered that the subjects do not age and are immune to massive amounts of radiation. The Smiths have been marked for termination and are currently under cryogenic sleep until an exact date can been determined for their proper disposal.

    2. flyaturtle~
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      Might be one of my favorite sculpts of all time! (Love to read narrative snippets, updates about the Smith family and how they came to be, uhm...are they from France?)