Inkwell Ideas is not new to Kickstarter funded projects. I love my Dungeonmorph Dice. I'm very happy with the stock art I acquired with the first Monster Stock Art project. Heck, the only reason I didn't jump into the successful Cityographer Mapping project is that my players spend very little time in urban environments.
So, if I already have a bunch of stock art from the first Monster Stock Art project, why am I about to jump into a Second Monster Stock Art project. Because not only is the art in the second project at least as good as the first project (and it was very good), but now the pieces also come in line art and background versions.
Here's some samples art pieces from the Monster Stock Art & Minis II Kickstarter page:
You can support for different dollar amounts, which converts to points that allows you to cherry pick different sizes of art pieces that you want.
Or you can do what I'm doing. Support at $200, and get at least 100 art pieces, with background, without background and line art (so really 300 pieces). Everything the project produces is yours.
If you just want laminated stand up minis, you can do that too: 25 bucks gives you 8 laminated sheets of miniatures, 16 stands and an organizer box.
Damn it, but there's a story behind Simon Buckyord's Mite. I just need to figure out what it is and write it up ;)
a fun little cartoon - I'm a sucker for anything that depicts skeletons, orcs, etc. as ordinary working stiffs.
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