Wednesday, 27 February 2019

World of Twilight Kickstarter

Hello everyone,

I know, I know, this isn't really an update but a rather blatant commercial.
But hey, it's about two of my favourite hobby-related things: World of Twilight and 15mm.

A few days ago (now there's less than 40 hours left, so if you want to participate you have to be quick), Mike launched a KS to celebrate it's been 10 years since the release of his first miniatures.
To do so he sculpted a 15mm tower for a range he calls 'Legends'.
3 updates in, he suddenly showed of some more 15mm models which made me make a little happy dance.

If 15mm fantasy is your thing, make sure to check this campaign out!

As for any progress on my 'Rangers of Shadow Deep' project, I'll do and update soon.
However, most of my hobbytime this week was spend on giving all the miniatures I painted so far, this and last year, a much needed varnish coat (or two).

Thank you for reading!



  1. I am hoping to try 15mm fantasy this year!

  2. What wonderful creations although I am not sure I could cope with the scale.

    1. The scale is something you need to get used to at first, but it actually isn't that much different from 28mm (especially at the lower end of the scale, which is more like 25mm).
      They Paint up pretty quickly, washes are often your best friends.
      But if you like to paint eyes the scale probably isn't for you :).

  3. I really didn't expect the 15mm, I'm still shocked. But I'm also considering to build something like that in 28mm :D

    1. It could as a surprise to me too, but a very pleasant surprise that is.

      Sounds like a great plan by the way! If anyone can pull this off it's you :).

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    1. Only 15 hours to go, so if you like to participate: don't hesitate :).
      It's a very different scale to what you usually do, but you would definitely do a great job painting them

  5. 15 mm is too small for these old-man-eyes of mine XD
    The Tower looks really good though.

    1. Hahaha, are you that much older than me :D?
      Given the amount of details you usually manage to paint on a model I have my sincere doubts that you would find the scale satisfying enough though.