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Saturday, 21 December 2013

Trade items for Painting Credit

We wargamers are a funny bunch, we just cant resist hoarding, buying deals, or saving for that period we have always fancied doing.. though what usually ends up happening is we stock pile lead in dingy dark cupboard and never get around to doing anything with it!
Now there is a solution - trade your unwanted models for painting credit!
You can now pay all, or part, of your painting commission in miniatures. Exact credit value is always open to negotiation and dealt with on a case-by-case basis, but a general rule of thumb is as follows -
For 25/28mm miniatures -

For 15/10/6mm miniatures - 

How it works
When considering ordering a commission, simply drop me an email with the details (scale, quantity, period, manufacturer etc) of the items you are thinking of having painted - remember, an enquiry is free, there is no obligation to commit to the commission - and let me know what you have to offer in  payment.
Using the scale above as a general guide I am certain we can work something out!

1 comment:

  1. How much in credit would I get for painted figures?