Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Click this Gallery link (or the button on the right) and go check out the new additions for April!
Remember, if you would like add your Tentacle Maker Tool Box work to the Gallery, you can either upload it to Facebook and tag it Green Stuff Industries or email me links (via the GSI Contact Page) to your pictures on Photobucket, Imgur, etc.
The world needs to see what you've done!
Saturday, April 26, 2014
Few things are more frustrating in 40k than getting your teeth kicked in at the list building phase of the game. Having no chance whatsoever to damage the opponent or fend off his attacks because of a very real strength gap is just horrible game design. I've played my pure CSM vs pure Tau a couple of times in a row recently and I probably won't do that again willingly. Those games were the last straw(s). It's just not fun playing against certain armies due to both a gap in codex strength and shoddy game design overall. It should be fun playing this game no matter who is across the table from you, shouldn't it?
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
The long wait is over!
The latest version of Green Stuff Industries’ Tentacle Maker Tool Box v2 is now available for pre-order via the GSI webstore for $24.95 each. Shipment of pre-ordered Tentacle Maker Tool Box’s will begin on or about May 5, 2014. Orders will be filled on a first-in-first-out basis.
The Tool Box price has dropped by almost 30% due to our new injection molding process. Also, Tentacle Makers are now made of a clear optical resin! You can see the tentacles and tubes you roll, as you roll them!
I invite you to click through to the store. There are a dozen new products available! And while you’re there, don’t forget to have a look around the brand new Green Stuff Industries website!
Thanks for your support, patience, and interest in my product!
Thursday, April 3, 2014
The mold is done and I'm extremely happy with the quality of the build! I now understand (somewhat) why GW charges what they do for their models. Injection mold making is a tricky thing. Mine was relatively simple and it still took 5x longer than expected. I can't imagine what the designers and mold makers at GW have to do to get a model kit to market.