October 2022 - Monthly Round Up

· By Ben Douglas

October 2022 - Monthly Round Up

Continuing the Migration from Patreon to Ritual Casting Cult

As Patreon continue to prove themselves to be a corrosive and rotten company, it becomes easier and easier to leave it behind. My goal is to eventually close down subscriptions on Patreon, hopefully by the end of the year. I can no longer, in good conscience, support Patreon especially in light of their alleged funding of child exploitation (see this article for more information). Whether the claims turn out to be true or not, the company has proven itself to be irresponsible, corrupt and prejudiced time and time again. They are not worth the 8% they take from me each month and provide nothing in return.
I encourage all creators to start looking after their own interests instead of that of a middle-man corporation that does nothing for you.

Ronelle Available Now

Ronelle is now available for purchase from the store.

Next Model - Deus Spes Nostra diorama - Sister Mary

The next model will be the first part of a two part diorama. Deus spes nostra (or 'God is our hope') will depict Sister Mary doing battle with a hellish, eldritch abomination. She will be be released in November as a standalone model and will also come together with the abomination upon its release in December via a joining diorama base much like Keena and Ronelle in The Anointing diorama.

Below are some rough sketches depicting the intended design for Sister Mary and the future diorama as a whole.



Monthly Model - Eris, the Dune Hunter

Eris, the Dune Hunter is now available and should be awaiting you in your inboxes - remember to check your Spam folder and add "noreply@keyshop.app" to your email whitelist.

Before we arrived, the planet was supposedly teeming with life. Green, verdant, alive. But during our crossing of the void, something happened. Our scientists have many hypotheses, none have progressed to theories. But whatever happened resulted in the planet becoming a desert, infested with massive mechanical creatures. We're unsure what came first, the desert, or the things within them. Buried in the dunes lie wrecked humanoid robots of towering scale. It would appear that the civilisation that was here before us attempted to defend themselves from the giant mechanised creatures of the sands. They failed. Unable to return, we must make do with what we can scrounge. That's my job. My name is Eris. I'm a Dune Hunter.

In this piece, Eris backs herself against the remnants of a gigantic mechanical hand and attempts to defend herself from a mechanical sand worm bearing down upon her.

  • 1:10 scale dynamic statue of Eris, the Dune Hunter with:
    • 4 Head Options - Bald, bald with mask, with hair, with hair and mask
    • Combined, Multi-part and Pre-supported STL

  • 1:10 scale artistic nude statue of Eris, the Dune Hunter with:
    • Combined, Multi-part and Pre-supported STLs
  • Printable Background
    • A4 size (210mm x 297mm) 
    • Print on card and use card stands to place behind the model

  • 1:1 scale Coil Rifle