In my kind-of weekly update on how progress is going, I’ve been busy plugging away at getting some of the finer points right.
The Mantic Points section now has Gabe, Nightshade and Wyn added, so if you’re busy collecting our free points and are eager to get a fantastic looking MVP in exchange, we’re going to make you very happy there. The rest of the range is being fleshed out too.
Digitial products are getting a tab, so the link to our digital distribution partner Wargames Vault will be easier to find. Also, Stockists and Events have moved to the front page, making them readily accessible. After all, our retailers are very important to us!
All in all these things are taking a lot of time in the evenings!
The other thing we’re working on is Kickstarter delivery – where are the LOKA campaign counters in the schedule? What does the Deadzone rulebook look like? Those sorts of questions.
One big thing we’ve done is dissect our campaign – and many others too. I always do a lot of research on the most successful campaigns whilst planning ours, and one of the big things we want to improve is the way we use concept art. As Heath explained in his blog post, concept art/character sheets are used to show sculptors what the details look like. They may include loose ideas for poses, but ultimately it’s up to the sculptor to take this art and pose it so it’s more interesting.
Moving forward, because we’re using more and more art for Kickstarters, we’ll be posing the concept art in the pose we want the sculptor to use, as you can see in this piece here:
But what’s it for? Better keep watching the blog to find out!