Miniatures Of Madness Bring Mighty Dwarves To Kickstarter

August 26, 2020 by brennon

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Miniatures Of Madness have teamed up with the artist Giuditta to create a new project called Hold My Dwarf. This Kickstarter provides you with a selection of Dwarf miniatures (both male and female) for you to print off at home and use in your roleplaying games and beyond.

Hold My Dwarf Main - Miniatures Of Madness

Hold My Dwarf Kickstarter // Miniatures Of Madness

The range offers up a set of thirty unique Dwarf miniatures which have been designed in 32mm and to be printed off at home. The miniatures have been tested by Miniatures Of Madness and are presented as high-quality STL Files. These look great fun and perfect for a dawi lover like me.

Hegnar - Miniatures Of Madness

Hegnar // Miniatures Of Madness

As well as showing off the renders from their collection, the team also showed off some printed miniatures as well so you can see how they look when they hit the painting table. I think it is a good trend to see more 3D Printing Kickstarters showing off the final product so you can get an idea of if they've put the work in mechanically.

Rilonna - Miniatures Of Madness

Rilonna // Miniatures Of Madness

There is a good set of miniatures here which could be used to match various classes in Dungeons & Dragons for example plus you've also got a good bunch of male and female miniatures too. They have even managed to unlock some stretch goals which allow for bearded dwarf women and some sporting very fitting mutton chops too. You can check them out on the links above.

Holin - Miniatures Of Madness

Holin // Miniatures Of Madness

This is a really fun collection and seems like it could be one of those projects where you get inspired to make about a dozen new characters for your roleplaying games just by seeing the characters on screen. I already like the idea of playing a ranger who calls on his owl companion!

Vognar - Miniatures Of Madness

Vognar // Miniatures Of Madness

We've talked a lot about their use in roleplaying games but these would also be really good figures to use in your wargames too. I could see someone making a good skirmish warband from this range or using the heroes as champions and leaders for both units and armies on a whole.

Are you tempted by these Dwarves from Miniatures Of Madness?

"I could see someone making a good skirmish warband from this range or using the heroes as champions and leaders for both units and armies on a whole..."

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