Something went wonky there, because I didn't say that (not that it matters). In all honesty, while I respect the craftsmanship that goes into 3D paper figures, they almost never look right to me. Cardstock just isn't a medium that lends itself well to curves, cylinders and spheres, which is what figures are made of. Personally, I'm holding out for a well-drawn 2D intellect devourer...or I'll draw one myself. (I'm very, very slow, though, and I usually don't like my own coloring and shading, which is why I've never tried to produce a real, marketable set of cardstock minis.)
Indeed, I was trying to quote you and make a comment and I ended up putting my words in your mouth. Wonky indeed. I guess I deleted at least one of the wrong "[/quote]" thingys when I was trying to edit the post down to the relevant quote.
Edit: now this post is wonky too, and I didn't try to edit so as to avoid confusion!
I am so getting them! My group wants to take out the red light district in one of my towns, won't they be surprised when they find out the local Madams have concocted a suitably nasty surprise to back up their usual suspects! Love it!!!
Vermin King: Not the style you are looking for, but try a search for 'paper theatre' or 'paper theater', and you will find a few pages of epinal figures. Not many, but I know there are a few
May 14, 2019 5:08:58 GMT -9
shep: Does anyone know where to find decent individual minis of late Roman Republic era civilians? From senator to slave, every mini would be great, as long as they are not legionaires or generals or other military (Praetorian Guard and Roman Vigiles excluded)
May 14, 2019 4:20:32 GMT -9
wyvern: Nah, just rewatched the 1931 Universal "Dracula" movies (the Lugosi one and the Spanish version)
May 1, 2019 12:20:34 GMT -9
Vermin King: did you do your bonfire?
Apr 30, 2019 10:08:38 GMT -9