Stretch Goal Preview

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This is the concept art for the alternate styles we’re planning to include as stretch goals in our Kickstarter!!

Our Rainbow Serpentine dice will be available at the start of our Kickstarter. They’re solid brass and made with injection molding. The rainbow finish is achieved through a process that includes platting and physical vapor deposition (PVD). Blue enamel is used for the numbers.

Our Dark Serpentine Bloody Cries dice are made with the same mold used for our Rainbow Serpentine dice. The black finish is achieved with a process that includes platting and physical vapor deposition (PVD). Red enamel is used for the numbers.

When we released the first pics of our Rainbow Serpentine dice, a few folks mentioned that they would like them with white numbers. Our Rainbow Serpentine Down the Rabbit Hole dice are made exactly like our regular Rainbow Serpentine dice, except we used white enamel on the numbers instead of blue.

Our Dark Serpentine Tiger’s Eye dice are made exactly like our Dark Serpentine Bloody Cries dice, except we used neon yellow enamel on the numbers instead of red.

Our Rainbow Serpentine Prismatic Rose dice are made exactly like our regular Rainbow Serpentine dice, except we used pink enamel on the numbers instead of blue.

Our Dark Serpentine Toxic Haze dice are made exactly like our Dark Serpentine Bloody Cries dice, except we used lime-green enamel on the numbers instead of red.

When we were at the factory we saw some unfinished dice that didn’t have a finish or enamel applied to them yet. They looked awesome and really showcased the craftsmanship and beauty of the design. Our Bare Brass Deserted Tomb dice are solid brass and use the same mold as our other dice, but they don’t have a finish applied or enamel added to the numbers.

Our Bare Brass Milk & Honey dice are made exactly like our Bare Brass Deserted Tomb dice, except we’ve added white enamel to the numbers.

Our Bare Brass Mystic Instruments dice are made exactly like our Bare Brass Deserted Tomb dice, except we’ve added white enamel to the numbers.

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