I have had to put everything on hold due to an urgent operation and slow uncomfortable recovery. Some additional development work has been possible though so the product range and offering will have improved vastly when I take this 'handbrake' off...
Successfully crafted both Patreon and Gumroad pages, with a range of subscription options from support...now begins the real work - promotion.
A pair of the Sisters of Mercy leaves on patrol, whilst their fellow Sisters enjoy a well-earned drink, courtesy of the newly adapted respirators. These allow them to keep hydrated without having to expose themselves to the sometimes toxic atmosphere of the wastelands.
All is pretty much on schedule, just a slight delay to add some additional models, now it's a matter of creating the photo-sets, and preparing to launch the publicity and organise freebies etc.
Please remember to sign up by using the contact form to be sent the link for the freebies of scatter scenery.
Here are a couple of the photos...
You can see some of the scatter scenery we have created so far, from supplies such as gas canisters and pallets, to discarded cases, rubbish, oil drums, road blocks and tank traps, fences, plant-life, broken down shelters etc.
Launching 3d Miniatures:
3D Miniatures seeks to bring innovation in design to create a catalogue of assets for war-games and RPG fans to enhance their gaming experience.
Whilst the vast majority of the market aims at servicing traditional & fantasy environments, our initial focus is on rather more modern and post apocalyptic scenery. We will initially be offering a number of models for 'scatter' scenery to help create that 'wasteland' look, similar to games like Fallout and in that genre.
Assets will initially be made available in software file types - .stl, obj, .blend, though we are also considering production of actual physical versions as an option for gamers without 3d printers. These would have to be in bundles to make shipping and production costs viable.
Due to CoVid lock-down we have been prototyping at 18mm scale to eke out our limited supply of resin, to verify our models print out successfully and in sufficient detail. Our final model releases will be geared for 28mm/1 inch for optimum results, though obviously can be scaled up or down as required.
9th May 2020: Started building new website for initial launch of 3d-Miniatures, re-launching ADM and SounDesign, with a link back to 4mSoft. Then had to repeat the exercise due to an upgrade in SiteBuilder.