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Greetings all!
My name is Andrew May, for the last couple of years I have been working as a freelance miniatures sculptor, creating wargaming figures for several well know companies plus private collectors. In addition I run my own miniatures business "Meridian Miniatures". I have found Kickstarter to be an excellent way of launching new miniature ranges to the general public without interfering with my busy schedule of freelance sculpting. So now I return with my latest project: Terramortis, heroic scaled gothic sci fi miniatures.

http://imgur.com/6j6SZll For larger image.

http://imgur.com/D26yvkH For larger image.

Shown above are the initial miniatures, either as pre production resin castings or my original sculpted masters. These are my most ambitious figures to date, created over the last year, combining digital modeling with traditional hand sculpting. In each of my previous campaigns I have tried to avoid leaving to much ambiguity between the miniatures promised and the actual product you will recieve, where possible I try to avoid relying on renders and "concept art". Some "stretch goals" to aim for during this campaign will be illustrated using digital renders and I may throw in the odd sketch to show an idea or concept but feel I have built up the reputation for delivering on promises by this stage that you won't be disappointed.

Thank you to any and all that come on board to back this project, I appreciate all support offered. Meridian Miniatures is a "one man band", I do 90% of the sculpting, painting and promo by myself with much needed support form a small number of others. If you like what I do then please take 5 mins to share this campaign with your friends, be it on social media, blogs or forums and you will have my sincere gratitude.


Visit the campaign here:https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2004599158/terramortis
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