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Update 1: choosing a good concept art

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Hi there!

It's been a week since I posted the first post of this journey. Started the week emailing Benjamin Ee for permission on his work Betty and Connor, which he replied later on the week explaining that he was not interested, sadly. So I've moved on to mail Johannes Helgesson, which is an artist that I really like. There are many of his pieces that I would love to see made into miniatures. So I'm waiting for him to answer.

Anyhow, I have quickly realised that if I go one by one, it will probably take forever to get a concept. Not that i am in a hurry at all, but this week I'll email some more artists to see if they are interested, and hopefully accelerate the process.

I also have an updated list of concepts, here it is:



Meanwhile I'm working with a friend of mine in how the presentation and packaging would go. How do you feel about getting a miniature with a plinth included? We are investigating if this could be doable financially without having to rise the prize of the miniature too much.

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