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Intimacy Female: http://vibrantlantern.com/Build/Intimacy_Female/

Intimacy Male: http://vibrantlantern.com/Build/Intimacy_Male/

The Hand: http://vibrantlantern.com/Build/The_Hand/

Screaming Antelope: http://vibrantlantern.com/Build/Screaming_Antelope/

Also rebuilt the front page to be more mobile friendly - 25% of the traffic so far is mobile phone with 1,400 users (55% returning more than once) in the first month.

Feedback welcome - thanks!


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I'm glad I found you! I'm assembling the game for a friend. Your website will make the builds a bit easier.
 
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Hi,

Just some feedback since your website is designed to be a resource to assist others in assembling the miniatures.

The intimacy female’s feather should have its tab trimmed, it should not be visible.

Likewise, I believe the “spare hair strand” should be attached to the socket on the back of the model. It fits below the cloak and when assembled it looks more like a billowing piece of cloth attached to the ‘bra strap’ than hair.

From my experience assembling the miniatures.

All the best.
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Thanks for sharing these Demian! Helpful! Concerning the female intimacy miniature I took Jay Adan's picture as example: https://www.flickr.com/photos/dullspork/22792407785

 
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i have seen a few video guides and as helpful as they are i dont assemble near a computer, i print these out and find them helpful. Thanks, looking forward to the phoenix build soon (i hope)
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Dennis wrote:
Hi,

Just some feedback since your website is designed to be a resource to assist others in assembling the miniatures.

The intimacy female’s feather should have its tab trimmed, it should not be visible.

Likewise, I believe the “spare hair strand” should be attached to the socket on the back of the model. It fits below the cloak and when assembled it looks more like a billowing piece of cloth attached to the ‘bra strap’ than hair.

From my experience assembling the miniatures.

All the best.


I see it the same way, started assembling her yesterday and the dry fit looked very good. The "strand" really seems to be the bra strap or something.
Though he did say that he will have custom hair.
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Very helpful! Thank you!

One suggestion on the Screaming Antelope -- you might want to call out the ear that needs be to filed down to fit. A lot of people seem to have trouble with that piece.
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thanks all - updated the

Intimacy Female Build at http://vibrantlantern.com/Build/Intimacy_Female/

and the Screaming Antelope at http://vibrantlantern.com/Build/Screaming_Antelope/
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This is how i did her back. Still needs cleaning up, she is just drying (damn that stupid feather doesn't stick -.-), but you can see the bra strap fairly well, i attached it to her cape as well to give some extra stability.




Maybe this helps a bit to understand.
Order was:
1: Bra-Strap
2: Cloak
3: Hair

Make sure the Cloak is ready when you start with the bra-strap, so that you can align the strap to the cloak asap.
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