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December 8, 2011 by beerogre
Shawn at Blue Table Painting has made an interview with Carlos from Corvus Belli about some of the new things we can expect from Infinity in the new year!
All I want is space Dinosaurs with ninja powers. Is that to much to as for!?
I would like to hear you ask about future plans for the game, Expansions etc, and future model releases planned. Like will we ever see the Morat Raicho? What about light-med vehicles? Plans for an additional larger than skirmish rules set now that the model range is getter large enough to support larger games?
Make a comment asking those in the video on YouTube. He might ask them.
Sorry, can’t stand the BTP dude. Look forward to BOW doing an interview with Carlos in 2012 perhaps.
Er… We did that. There was a big (and quite successful) Infinity week here on BoW a while a go, with the Corvus Belli team. They actually came over to the BoW studio, and did videos with the guys… It was great !
Look for it on the site…
New stuff and new info is always good! =D
Me too. Also, very poor quality video and bad audio. BOW does it much better!
BTP is a miniature painting studio, not a miniature gaming news studio. The comparison is unwarranted and downright fanboy-ish (based on your other comments, you have a personal beef with BTP). It is a good video for being done “on the side” from their regular stuff and I personally can’t wait for more.
Video’s like these make me appreciate BoW’s attention to quality production values all that much more.
Couldn’t be bothered to finish it due to the crappy audio.
It’s worth powering through – interesting stuff. There’s that new campaign book to look forward to for a start…
I think BTP will benefit from plugging Infinity – people who can’t or don’t want to fork out for painting an entire army with 50+ models can have a skirmish force done more affordably, and conceivably to a higher standard for each model. More clients for BTP, more exposure for CB, more painted figs on the table – all good.
Oh and @bostria – your English is great, believe me. Plus it sounds like Shawn can translate well enough if there’s a concept you can’t quite find the words for (that always annoyed me at school) so don’t worry about it.
i commissioned a US$1350 space wolf army painted to their “top” level” from them and was not happy. i felt i could have purchased better quality jobs from ebay.
I’ve never been impressed by them. At least they’re proactive in the hobby as you see above.
Sorry wt56, but this video is not about Space wolfs and not about the work of BTP. It is about Corvus Belli and Infinity. Therefore you are straight of topic.
However, have fun
This reply is straight out of topic.
This is the worst interview I have ever had to suffer through! 20 min of it is the BTP guy flirting with Carlos, 5 min is questions and comments that have nothing to do with Corvus Belli. BOW, please lets have some more Infinity time from you guys.
yeah, you should take a look at his videos on the banking system…
All his opinion, why not respect it? Oh right, you have a vendetta against BTP.
Some people are incredibly happy all the time. Shawn is like that. I’d admit, he is eccentric, but not warranting hate. His uber happiness even rubs me off the wrong way sometimes.
I never knew that BTP was a mere 50mile away from me. Might have to make a trip to see the chicken dance in person.
Corvus Belli is the most sympathetic and talented company in the tabletop world.
I agree, that other companies has made tabletop games popular in the past. However, these companies do not care anymore about their customers. They care about their money.
In contrast, Corvus Belli has the best miniature range. They are still able to produce metal miniatures with a lower price than plastic miniatures of other companies. Corvus Belli cares about their rule system and has never changed the initial system. They improve the rule system instead of changing completely several times.
Therefore I wish Corvus Belli ongoing success with their products in the future. I hope the company will remember their basic ideas despite of their big success and economic growing.
All the best, Largrar
Totally agree with your comments. CB have a passion for their creations that does not come across as anything other than a genuine love for their products and their supporters. Some of the larger and more corporate games developers should harken to CB’s approach imho.
BTP guy is incredibly annoying… only reason I suffered through his banter is because I’m a huge Infinity supporter. Echoing Jaerin and Largar, they truly care about Infinity and their players rather then “being in it for the money”. This has won over more people then even great rules and flawless sculpts.
I do not know, I enjoyed it for what it was an informal interview.
Shawn (sp?) from BTP is an intresting individual, he may not string the right chords for everyone, but he sure is enthusiastic in what he does.
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