Final Hours of Toughest Girls of the Galaxy 2 and Update on Toughest Girls 1 Shipping

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Apr 8th, 2015
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Raging Heroes is in their final hours for Toughest Girls of the Galaxy II over on Kickstarter. They’ve made it over $730k for the campaign, with lots of stretch goals broken, giving you more add-ons available as well as freebies thrown into your pledge package. They’re also updating the status of Wave 3 shipping for their Toughest Girls of the Galaxy 1 campaign. Things have been going more-or-less smoothly, though there has been a hiccup with one particular model.

From the update:

The very last 28mm heroines are being worked on now.

But we had an unexpected technical problem with the master of Nepharya. The original master that we used for metal and spincast resin turned out to be hard to work with for Hand-Poured Resin. In some very rare occasions, the way a mini is split in several parts has to be different depending on the type of material it will be cast in. So we are reprinting the problematic parts and it will be sorted very quickly.

Once we have all the 28mm heroines in hand-poured resin, we will then get a nice packaging for them, and ship that out.

Nepharya 54mm and the Printed Art Book will be shipped out separately, unless you ask us otherwise.

The Artbook

As mentioned in Update #95, we asked you if we should wait until the minis are painted before producing the Artbook, and your answer was a firm yes. We may not have every single one of them, but we’ll feature as many as we can without delaying the project too much. We now have 3 painters working on them, so the work is moving well, and we’ll show you more of those in our next Update.
Our TGG2: Darkness & Light KICKSTARTER is NOW in its FINAL HOURS!
The TGG2 Kickstarter is coming to an end and it is still going strong. We just passed the $700,000 mark and we have TONS of unlocked stretch goals BOTH in SciFi and Fantasy.


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  • A Legalist

    I like their miniatures. There a better quality and detail than most of GW line, but they frustrate me because they don’t have a distributor in US. You end up either buying from them directly or from a store that carries them. Forcing the customer to get clobbered by shipping costs. They also as expensive as GW, so it limits their selling potential. They are great minis, the company is just bad getting their product to their customers. That why they do KS, because they can not match the establish companies in distributing or ease of service.