Dec 22, 2014

Create Your Minis is a project that allows you to design your own 28/32mm (scale 1:56)miniatures. You are able to design your model by choosing stance, clothes and weapons etc and visualize your figurine in 3D. The company, Create Your Minis team based in France, will print it out and send to you.

To check out the process, go to where you can select the type of model you want, like man or woman and then design its clothes, weapons and equipment. The software also allows you to choose stance, and weapon position for your figurine and you can preview your creation in 3D. Once you complete your design, you can save it in your account or order directly your 3D prints.

Among the numerous features, the most unique is the possibility to add details on the weapon, such as symbols for shields, torso armors or shoulder pads. The team has developed a lot of 3D elements, allowing users create realistic characters of their own.

The team has launched a Kickstarter campaign, aiming to raise CAD $33,000 by January 15, 2015. The fund will be used to purchase some 3D printers, start production, add more elements to database, rent better servers etc.

The company has also added Hanôn and Drop Dead Daisy, two free models exclusive to this Kickstarter campaign. Hanôn is realistic model but with less choices of clothes and weapons. "He's not only a limited edition but also a test, to see if people like the trade-off (less choices but a better overall model)." writes the team. Drop Dead Daisy is a cute model designed for Kickstarter backers. If you pledge $105 CAD, you receive 15 28mm miniatures plus Hanôn; If you pledge $315 CAD, you get 50 miniatures + Hanôn + 1 symbol + Drop Dead Daisy.

The production will start in March 2015 and the earliest delivery time is May. Check out Create Your Minis' Kickstarter campaign here.


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