The PDF is ready. The final version has 10 color choices, plus a plain white (with shading and the bits colored) and a plain "wire-frame" version, that's 12 choices. Plus I believe I am going to include the layered .xcf file so you could literally make any color that you want. The base also has a few options, whether you want to print the sides in black or in ink saving white. Also there is another wire-frame option for the bases in case any of you want to mess around with transparencies for the bases.
I'm working on the cut-files now, then i need to get some instructions made up and I am working on a new bonus feature for Moss Games products. If all goes well I expect to see this released on Monday night, but we'll see how the rest of the weekend plays out.
I'm thinking $1.50 $2.00 for the model. Does that sound okay for everyone?
I'm also still working one the name, my two choices are The Shuriken, aerial fast attack droid, or the R.A.P.T.O.R. (Rapid Aerial Precision Tactical Ordinance Robot).
I'm also taking suggestions for the name, so post those here, if I use your suggestion I'll give you a free copy of the model once it's released.
Finally, it looks like the droid army is continuing to grow. Here is a wip for the second addition, an attack droid that is a six legged crawler....
love the colours on the little Raptor and thanks for the white and shadowed option .
On the spider droid watch the flat legs, nobodies spider droid had a similar leg config and I've found overtime even though I triple layered the legs they have bent and sagged. I think a hollow V fold segments would have held up much better.
"There is wisdom in turning as often as possible from the familiar to the unfamiliar: it keeps the mind nimble, it kills prejudice, and it fosters humour." George Santayana, philosopher (1863-1952)