To kick things off we have the Meiko Miniature's Chaos Dwarf Fantasy Football Team.
These minis would be perfect for your favourite fantasy football game and capture the style and feel of an older Games Workshop.
In addition to stunted sportsmen, the campaign is offering all sorts of beasties to join your team. At 75 Euros for a basic 12 man team, it may seem a little pricey. But if you're only interested in a few of the minis you can pick them up too.
Next up, the Goblins are coming from Crooked Claw!
This campaign is offering a fantastic range of characterful goblin minis that would look right at home in any fantasy setting.
The campaign is in its final hours so be sure to get in quick to grab a deal on these little green critters.
Manorhouse Workshop have been making great looking custom terrain for a while now, but their kickstarter is raising funds to create some really fantastic looking terrain.
This new manorhouse set would make an excellent centerpiece to any fantasy gaming table. The pieces are all looking nice and detailed and they look like they will paint up a treat:
The last campaign we're looking at today is the one I'm most excited about. There have been several attempts to set up a customizable 3D model printing facility in the past. But the Customizable 3D Printed Tabletop Miniatures campaign from Hero Forge is the most promising one I've seen.
The models are created using a 3D computer program that lets you build and customize your miniature, almost as if it were a real multipart model. Change the body, weapons, armour and features of your model to suit your needs. If you need a female elf with two big swords. . .and not much else, you can do it.
The minis themselves are very nice looking and there seems to be a wealth of dynamic poses available, something which has been lacking in the past.
This seems like the perfect campaign for D&D players. I'm sure you are well aware, that sometimes its impossible to find a miniature that represents your character properly.
That's all from me for this week folks, let us know what you think of these kickstarters in the comments below.