Let’s take a look at some of the cool projects made by individuals and small companies out there right now:
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Spellbooks are stylish and functional reliquaries for your favorite gaming gear. They come in two basic styles; “card deck” and “rolling tray.” The card deck is made for trading card games like Magic: The Gathering, while the rolling tray is for the generalists out there. You can further personalize the rolling tray interior with removable foam inserts cut to a variety of templates.
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2 years of determination and more than 400 work hours later, the lost blueprint is almost complete. This limited edition of the DeathStar II blueprint will be a A1 sized poster (594 x 841 mm / 23.4 x 33.1 in) on a 170gr coated premium paper, 4-color (CMYK) offset printed, mat finish with UV protection. Each poster is numbered, signed and embossed with a seal of authenticity.
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This project is the thirteenth installment of Jeff Dee’s ongoing effort to re-create his old TSR / Dungeons & Dragons artwork – which was destroyed to make room in TSR’s files. Last time, he re-created nine drawings from AD&D modules A1: Slave Pits of the Undercity and A2: Secret of the Slavers Stockade. This time he’s re-creating eight drawings from AD&D module A3: Assault on the Aerie of the Slave Lords!
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SkyHeart is an all-ages graphic novel by Jake Parker inspired by his favorite movies and comics. If you liked Miyazaki’s Nausicaa, Star Wars, Tokien’s The Hobbit, and Indiana Jones, then you just might become a fan of SkyHeart. Jake has a solid background in in animation as a concept artist (Horton Hears a Who, Rio, Epic) and comics (Flight, Missile Mouse, Rocket Raccoon). The final product will be a 7.5 x 10 inch 100+ page bound book that comes in both soft and hard cover editions.
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Phiro is a robotics & coding platform that teaches problem solving and computational thinking, basic skills required for the next generation. With Phiro, kids can become artists, engineers, economists, astronomers or anything they want. And it’s fully LEGO compatible!
What awesome small company crowd funding projects are you watching right now? Give them a shout out in the comments!