No need to get my dad excited yet, the garage is too cold at the moment. But I can plan for when it warms up a bit.
In terms of Kickstarters, I've had nothing from Raging Heroes - I have asked for it to all come at once, but I'm seeing a lot of TGG figures going up about the place and am thinking that it would be nice, if not to see them arrive, then at least to know when they might be here.
And the last stuff from Mark Mandragon - Eisenkarn APCs and a command squad. Pre-publication update: I got the Parcelforce invoice for the HMRC duty on Sat 17 Jan 15 - £48.82. I'm going to be very careful in future about even considering kickstarters from outside of the EU. To date, everything I have received from the US has been worth the money I've paid the producer and the customs duty as well. But in each case, the duty has far exceeded the savings accrued from being a backer. Now, I know that part of what I have done has established the Eisenkarn models and they now appear on Wayland Games' 'site etc etc, and I am happy with that. And I am also content that some of my hard earned goes into keeping UK PLC propped up. But there are better places to put my hobby pennies that get better VFM. Now added to the plastic crack mountain.
And then I put a few quid towards Heresy Miniatures kickstarter, because he did one. We know that the metal heresy dragon took a very long time, so this is one I am happy to wait for. One day, folk singers will compose odes and ballads about Andy Foster and his Dragon...