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Crowdfunding Spotlight: Wargames Bakery Stencilis

7 Mar

You might remember Wargames Bakery and their last KS campaign, with their base stamps and their groovy name, and this time they are back with another new addition to the many stencils that are available on the market.

Even so there are quite a lot of stencils available at the moment, these differ from many out there due to the material used in their construction. made from thin sheets of sillicon rubber, it allows greater flexibility and the ability to bend around tricky shapes that may be trouble for many of the more fixed or solid stencil types that are around.

With many options for the designs, there’s plenty of choice to choose from, so there’s going to be something for everyone.

Already past the £500 target, it’s most definitely funded and any investors who get involved will get their goods, so why not get your hand in your pocket and get involved by clicking the link below to take an in depth look for yourself.

Good luck guys!

 https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2023606288/stencilis-flexible-wargame-miniature-detailing-ste

 

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