Miniature gamers (and even those who don’t game but love painting minis) should take note Hasslefree Miniatures is currently running a funded Kickstarter project for a series featuring female fantasy adventurers. Based on Matt Dixon’s pin-up artwork, these Fantasy Female Miniatures look like some truly excellent sculpts with three options (Pin-Up, the NSFW Skyclad, and Winter) available. You can currently pledge support for either a half dozen or dozen figures – in metal or resin.
You better act soon as the project ends October 2nd with an estimated April 2017 delivery date.
About the project:
We are proud to present the inaugural Hasslefree Miniatures Kickstarter – 30mm Fantasy Female Miniatures suitable for any Tabletop or RPG game.
That’s right, Hasslefree have finally come to Kickstarter, and we have a project that we think fits the bill perfectly.
We have joined forces with one of the world’s most talented Pin-Up artists, Matt Dixon and hope to bring a selection of his work to your tabletop games.
We’re starting the Kickstarter out with the initial funding goal for 4 Characters, each with 3 variants, for a total of 12 unique 30mm miniatures.
Each Character has these 3 variants, unlocked in this order…
Pin-Up – This is the version based directly on Matt Dixon’s original artwork. It will be made as close to the artwork as physically possible.
Skyclad – This variant will be completely nude except for any applicable weapons. The pose may vary slightly from the artwork due to physical limitations.
(Important Note: All Skyclad art was done by me i.e. Dameon / Artemis Black. It was done by drawing nudity over Matt’s original art. Also there are no ‘uncensored’ versions, stop asking 🙂 The censor boards were placed first and then sketched around).
Winter – This variant will be more warmly dressed, usually in some kind of fur trim or full armour. Again, the pose & equipment may vary slightly from the artwork. Any changes will be transmitted to Backers via the update process.
(Second Important Note: Some of the Winter Art was also done by me and my bad sketching ability. Unfortunately Matt had a bereavement in the family during prep for this and it cut his time available to work on the sketches.)