We rarely feature Kickstarters that have already hit their funding goal here on Geekadelphia, but sometimes a project is just too cool to pass up. Local sculptor and artist Jody Siegel has created an entire fantasy miniatures set and a unique game system to go along with it, and they look incredible. The Imbrian Arts Kickstarter has blown through its initial funding goal, but Jody has added multiple stretch rewards that will allow him to bring more and more of the miniatures to life as part of the first run. Here’s the full rundown:
Imbrian Arts offers the most beautifully crafted 32mm fantasy miniatures available. Sculpted in stunning detail, each miniature brings with it loads of character and life to your table top. They’re incredibly fun to paint and would make an excellent centerpiece in your collection or a suitable hero or villain in your favourite RPG.
The ultimate goal of Imbrian Arts is to produce an exciting and in depth skirmish game. The framework is in place. We have an exciting world filled with bizarre, terrifying, and heroic creatures, and a unique game mechanic designed to plunge you into that world. But in order to do it right and give players the choices and options they need to have an exciting game every time, we need to expand the range and create more miniatures!
The Kickstarter page is constantly updated with details on each upcoming stretch goal and shots of the accompanying miniatures or concept sketches. Once you’ve backed, make sure you continue to check back to see what new units have been added so that you can adjust your pledge accordingly!
The Project: Imbrian Arts Miniatures
Creator: Jody Siegal
The Sweet Spot: $16 gets you in at the “Gamer” level, which will set you up with your first miniature and the beta ruleset, as well as a bone (which act like dice) for each miniature you order. Those with an eye for more can drop $85 to pick up an entire Goblin set along with free bonus figures.
Funding Deadline: December 27th, 2012
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