Happy Seppuku passes funding goal, shows off more photo examples of product

By Polar_Bear
In Crowdfunding
Jun 17th, 2013

Happy Seppuku made it up and over their funding goal on Kickstarter. So it’s 26 days of stretch goals. To help out, they’ve posted more photos of the new stamps as well as base textures made with the stamps.

From the update:

Happy Seppuku modelworks has made their $10K goal in just under 36 hours! The first stretch goal, will throw in some bases and extra putty for pledges, and it is looking in sight already!

Happy Seppuku Model Works is a company that is dedicated to helping others in the hobby we love. We like to find new and inventive ways to improve the models and scenery of their games, all while trying to help our customers save money in the long run. We have been producing our base texture stamps for two years now with great success; however we are ready to step up our game a bit. This means improving our tools and offering an even better product than what our customers are already raving about.

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  • rsreston

    It’s so simple and useful that it’s revolutionary!
    I just wish it were cheaper…

  • mathieu

    As of now, the result is quite mediocre, unfortunately.

    And as for cheap, you can achieve the same exact thing with Instant Mold, which is a lot cheaper, offers much more flexibility, and is re-usable. I for one would rather purchase (or make myself) a base that I think looks good (which none of their examples do imo) and reproduce it with Instant mold.

  • keltheos

    I purchased some of their old product line and was quite happy with the results. It was far less effort than trying to replicate (steal) a base design I had bought with my own molds.

    Looking back at how many bases I’ve created with mine vs. how much that line would have cost out of pocket to buy the stamp has more than paid for itself and I do like the results.