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D&D Miniatures - Recommended Material? [message #20134] Fri, 05 November 2010 15:04 UTC Go to previous message
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I'm in a D&D game with a bunch of creative types. I got the DM to request full-body character drawings from everyone and I want to make custom minis for Christmas gifts. I was just wondering if White Strong and Flexible would be good for this type of thing or if I should go with one of the Details (especially if you can mix detail materials. A few of these could really benefit from transparent materials!).

Has anyone who plays D&D gotten a model done? I'd be happy to just use whatever the real minis use, or as close as possible. They'll probably end up getting painted by their players.

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