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November 23, 2012 by warzan
Warren gets a chat with Battle Foam’s CEO Romeo about the full range of battle foam products and a little bit about what Battle Foam are planning for the future.
One major thing would be to use them with an attached LED to light up the bases underneath it. The blue ones would work well for a friends space wolves considering he’s got them based as if they were on a frozen lake complete with crystals and a lot of work to make it look a lot like they’re standing on the semitransparent ice…
Well just took advantage of holiday sale from battle foam,
I cant say enough good things about the product. I own quite a bit of it I am up to 5 cases now. and some odd ball trays for bigger models. Its a great system and no loss of models through damage to date
Hey maybe you guys can team up to “celebrate the move” and create a bag w/ Beasts of War symbol on it. Then do a give away for new subscriptions…
Come on People you know it is a fantastic idea….
Just a patch would be awesome to have.
Well if your that over the top and sold out for the cause you could always go down to the tattoo parlor and get a tattoo, on your left butt cheeck.
With the beasts of war logo and the words “was here”…
Meanwhile I would like to see a pack 1520 with logo put up for new subscribers to celebrate the obvious
I love my 432 that I got from a turn 8 competition.
I was very skeptical about how good the bags or foam really were before I got my hands on some, but its very very good, the stacker thing is destined for my house I think, then I can expand my foam purchases to fit all my various impulse purchase minis etc and use the 432 to just take minis to gaming nights when needed.
I never really thought of it this way. Having foam that is easy to stack can save me from having loads of bags. All I need is to pick up 1 or 2 different sized bags and fill the foam trays as needed for the models needed. It seems so easy why didn’t I see it before?
This may have come up with the men at BF but have they ever made a case for comics?
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