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August 7, 2010 by warzan
Adam gets the latest releases info from Soda Pop Miniatures, two main themes from these guys going forward, Their main Skirmish Game and a new Cute Dungeon game.
Good grief he can speak quickly !!!
Nice paint tutorial for a Soda Pop mini here :-
dammit…im trying to pay off my credit card not max it out
Super cute gaming, genius But seriously, the Soda Pop mini’s have some great dynamic sculpting going on, i have my eye on one or two models to paint up as display pieces when i have the time
man that guy can talk. not interested too much in soda pop, I prefer character to stay in the video games from ages past, unless they are figureines to collect, don’t really wanna play the same damn game again in miniatures after I beat the game 3 years ago on my DS
I lost 2 karma for my opinions on video games?, well that’s not fair
There you go – evened it up again for you
I really love a lot of their sculpts, but I do have a slight problem with a number of them too. In their attempt to have the sort of anime/manga style all the way through the faces of many of the models lack a lot of definition. Now it’s certainly not as a result of being unable to sculpt faces as the face on the Kenobo model is brilliantly sculpted, so I guess it’s just a stylistic choice they’ve gone with that I just personally don’t like so much.
I can’t wait to see if they produce more mech/robot style kits (possibly without riders) as the ones they’ve done are pretty nice and I’m a big fan of mechs.
The chibi/super-deformed style fantasy set could throw up some very nice wee display pieces too.
woo, he can talk fast.
I love the soda pop mins so far, can’t wait to see more.
I want them to make Bowser from Mario so I can use it as a generic greater daemon.
I’m glad to see that more and more companies are coming out with rule sets…
thats the best worst attempt at fake tan ive ever seen hes missed a spot around his neck….
couldn’t follow was just laughing at the tan…
As an avid retrogamer this is actually a dream come true. Super Nintendo / Mega Drive RPGs meeting the tabletop. They can have all my money, loving the sprites… ehhhr… sculpts already.
I WANT WANT WANT WANT WANT WANT
wouldn’t they have copyright issues with Nintendo? Nintendo are BRUTAL with copyright claims
that guy talked so fast he could be either an auctioneer or a direct descendant of the 1990s micro-machine commercial announcer.. anybody, eh eh?
Love the Soda Pop minis! Can’t wait for the Cat Priestess to hit the web store!
does he even breath whyle talking ….. man hes fast i kinda like the cartoony styled dungeon theme
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