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Eric Sexton
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Imagination is more important than knowledge!
Imagination is more important than knowledge!

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Durring testing we got a lot of feedback that people were more excited about the alien races and I was convinced to shift focus on those. I got a full range of Kelk minis cast in metal and 3D Print versions through Shapeways.
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While playtesting we tried several ways to represent larger armies. I 3D printed cheep but low quality versions of the Elites through Shapesways....but In the end we printed out larger armies on Card-stock.
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Multiple rules were tested. I scrapped the rules down the foundation twice trying to find something that played fast but captured deep strategy.
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The final paint job was OK, but still fairly grainy. Not my best work despite the hours I put into each figure.
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Painting 3D Printed minis was a bitch...they are not smooth and require a lot of cleanup and a decent layer of primer to make them hold the paint.
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3D Printing of high quality is very expensive and the pieces are brittle.
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3D Printing is still very primitive for printing such small detailed objects. And the cost is too high.
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Started investigating 3D Printing for making miniatures.
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Formed King Maker Games with the lofty idea of helping others get their games made. 
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Started the Kickstarter to make minatures because raising a $100,000 sounded more reasonable than the $1, 500,000 it would cost to make a video game.
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