We are pleased to bring you a whole new range of models. Papsikels Cyberpunk range is a refreshing range of cyberpunk minis with plenty of contemporary references that will attract many an eye.
Over the next few weeks we will be slowly be releasing the back catalogue and any new releases as they become available. We are busy behind the scenes printing and photographing all the models that will be available.
Tired of rubbing the paint off your mini while you are painting it, try our new painting handles to firmly grip your model by the base and provide a solid grip for your hand while keeping your greasy fingers away from the paint.
Today’s price re-pricing includes the Dwarven Defenders, Fighter’s Guild, Epic Bosses and Eye of Tievalor categories. With some of the new prices as low as 55% off the original price.
There are also some new products again from the updated sets. The Fighter’s Guild Balista, which I am dfefinitely printing to go on one of my Airships, and a couple of extra bodies for the Great Weapon Fighters.
When the Elegoo Saturn arrived last year it massively changed my production capabilities and has allowed me to reduce my prices. In some cases by a significant amount – over 50% cheaper in some cases.
With the new year upon us I decided there was no better time to go through the catalogue and reprice everything using the new systems. Today I started thew mammoth job with the first 3 Artisan Guild categories. Abyss Daemons, Amazons and Ashen Alfar. I will be working my way through the rest as fast as possible and for now the 20% off offer that ran when the Saturn originally arrived will remain active for those listing that have not been repriced.
The noble Dragonguard is an ancient order of Dragonblood knights who swore allegiance to Ghaomir, the ancient and supreme Dragon-God. Once human, the spirits of the most valiant ancestors among the order had been infused with the sacred dragon’s blood, turning them into immortal creatures of great might and wisdom. Among the most acclaimed heroes of this order of knights, the skalds still sings about the wise leader Scramax the Battlemage; and the brutal “one man army” Nasmaraax the Destroyer, killer of wyverns, a mighty barbarian of disproportionate dimensions feral as a raging Dragon. Hundreds of years ago, during the epic battle for the city of Torm, the Dragonguard and the Fighter’s Guild fought valiantly against the forces of Tialevor and his army of Soulless and Ashen Alfar. Even the legendary Dragon Ornithaax, son of the Dragon-God Ghaomir, took part in the battle, decimating the ranks of the current Tyrant-God. In the age of ashes, the Dragonguard order lives in total seclusion, awaiting the resurrection of the revered Ghaomir to oust the God-Tyrant from his throne.
Worshipers of the ancient Shapeshifter God Melmor, the Kobolds are ignoble lizard-dog horned demons who move around hopping on two legs. These short wicked monsters infest mines by stealing precious minerals and replacing it with toxic ones in order to spread the plague of their god. Cities with sewage systems are teeming with these evil and keen beings. Adventurers should never underestimate Kobolds: their innate abilities to brew potent poisons, stab and hide could catch even the most veteran soldiers off guard.
A big stepping stone in the production capacity of Monstrous Makings has been reached with the arrival of the Elegoo Saturn. Pre-Ordered in the first batch available, on the 6th June, I managed to score one of the rare Early Birds and then the waiting game was on. Elegoo had their fair share of troubles with the fulfilment but they kept us up to date with how things were going and I patiently waited for the dispatch notice.
My printer left the Elegoo factory on 28th August and a tense few weeks went by as I waited for it to arrive at the local warehouse, then on Tuesday I got the email saying it had been booked with the local courier for delivery and it arrived this morning.
I got too excited to do any kind of unboxing so I got straight onto setup and printing. The setup guide was straight forward and after making sure I could get the lid off the printer where is was going I cracked on with levelling. The process was very straight forward and in less than 15 mins I was loading up the first print. I always test each new printer with the same model, Hildara Bloodrage, she’s short and sliced at 50 microns, making for a fast print, and packed with detail. It also gives me a nice comparison with each new printer.
2:45 later and she’s all finished and ready for cleanup. Here are some shots of her with the supports on after a wash, supports removed (but no other post processing), and a light coat of Army Painter Grey Primer (still no other post processing)
First impressions are very good, with very little noticable layer lines and the larger build plate triples the capacity of the Sonic Mini next to it. I’m a very happy troll right now.
So to celebrate I will be offering a 20% discount on all SLA printed products. The discount will be automatically applied to each applicable product.