Monday, March 14, 2016

Kickstarter Roundup - Miller, Flegel, Manomivibul, and Seaman!

Today on the blog I wanted to point out some current and upcoming Kickstarter projects by friends of mine that I think you all might be interested it. These run the gamut of ending very soon, right in the middle, starting tomorrow, and soon to launch. All feature amazing art by awesome people and if you have not already checked them out, you should do so NOW! 

First up is Aaron Miller's Collector Tokens Kickstarter! I shared this on the blog last month leading up to the launch of the campaign. Aaron was using the new social mediea amplifier Thunderclap to get out the word. Since then this Kickstarter has been doing GREAT and will be ending VERY soon. If you have not already checked it out now if the time. Many stretch goals have been unlocked and you will be getting a lot of bang for you buck.

Second up is Sam Flegal's Fateful Signs: The Illustrated Havamal! I am so excited about this one. Sam recently created a series of illustrations centered around the Havamal, a collection of ancient Norse wisdom. He is collecting his art, the original text, the translation of the original text, and the notes from the translator. There are a ton of tier to support this campaign at with loads of add on and extras. This is definitely one Kickstarter to now miss out on. Head over to Sam's Fateful Signs: The Illustrated Havamal Kickstarter to get all the details and information regarding this AWESOME campaign. 

The Collector's tier of Sam's campaign that I can't wait to get my hands on!
There are tiers at every price point to fit any budget.

Third on the list is Michael Manomivibul's Fathoms Art Book! This campaign starts tomorrow and will be a collection of Michael's work spanning from 2009 to the present. This is the first major collection of Michael's work and you should not miss this opportunity to get your hands on it. If you are unfamiliar with Michael's work you should check out his website or just Head to his Kickstarter. You will not be disappointed. 

Chris Seaman prepares a miniature set to be used in his Kickstarter video

Last but certainly not least is the announcement that Chris Seaman will have a Cameo Creeps Kickstarter coming to us in the near future. If you are unfamiliar with the Cameo Creeps that Chris creates then head over to his website to check them out. I absolutely love them and we own three of them in our collection. The details of the campaign are currently unknown, but I am confident that this will be one not to miss. You can follow Chris on Kickstarter so that don't miss the launch of his next campaign. No matter what, Chris will forever upped the ante for the communities Kickstarters, we will all now need to have miniature sets.

Keep an eye out for what Chris Seaman is planning for his Cameo Creeps Kickstarter!

That is all for another exciting Monday on the blog, see you back here on Wednesday! Until then...

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