Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Our Fifth Give Away! More Free Dragon Forge Bases!

A while ago we gave away a beautiful set of Dragon Forge Urban Rubble Bases. It was so succesful that we asked Jeff, the mad sculptor from Dragon Forge (and recent Golden Daemon winner) to send us more stuff...and he did!

Based on the comments, a lot of readers were interested in the Parched Earth Series and that is what we will be giving away this time! Here are the goodies:

10 bases like this
one base like this
and here is the big one..60mm
Two rules to enter this Give Away:
1. become a follower
2. leave a comment. The companies that support us with the Give Away really like these to touch base with their customers..

2 EXTRA Prizes:
-if you order something at Dragon Forge in the next 7 days and you mention Santa Cruz Warhammer in your PayPal comment section, you will get a free gift from the vaults of Dragon Forge
-if the winner has Santa Cruz Warhammer added to their blogroll, John and I will send a free gift from our OWN collection, which is vast and numbers thousands of models!

SO let's have at it. We will draw the lucky winner in 3 days.

Have fun and support small, creative, independent companies. Jeff also has a blog, in which he updates his work on a regular basis. If you start following him , you can stay up to date!

John and Mike

56 comments:

  1. Awesome! I recently purchased the urban bases from Dragon Forge and I was blown away. The level of detail is absolutely amazing and it really inspired me to build a unique army. My only suggestion would be to make more varieties of the 25mm bases. Seeing as a there will be a lot of infantry in an army list, having the same 10 bases repeated over and over look a little lame. Maybe making two sets of 10?

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  2. Hrm,

    painted up grey these would look like flagstones, no?

    versatile :)

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  3. these could make great arctic tundras or something, great bases

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  5. I think my 'nids would look pretty cool coming across a cracked desert floor

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  6. new bases SHINEY NEW BASES NEED

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  7. These bases are really slick. I continue to be impressed in the work that Dragon Forge is putting out. I need to place another order, I am getting caught up on my Orks and am going to need more wasteland bases!

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  8. I have to say of all the bases that Dragon Forge does, I love this series the best. It's detail is very minimal and very subtle, which allows you to use it for basically anything from cracked dry earth to snapping ice floes to tiled floor. Definitely a strong personal favorite from the creative minds at Dragon Forge Bases.

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  9. I really love these bases and have been interested in DF for a long time as they have some awesome bases. I might also have to order some, but it would be cool to win!

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  10. I think these would be just about perfect for my Tallarn army ^_^

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  11. These would be awesome to do with my orcs, kind of a blasted/baked land theme.

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  12. Sweet, parched earth was definitely the bases I was considering for my iron knights space marines (use BT list)

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  13. They could look like cracked concrete in an urban environment too. Very nice!

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  14. Dragon Forge's bases look ace as usual.

    These would make some interesting Necromunda bases, methinks...

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  15. I dig these bases...I was thinking of a desert theme for my scorpions in my eldar army, but these would fit the bill nicely.

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  16. On the one hand, this is something I could do with Green Stuff; coat the top, let 'em set a bit, then attack with a knife. (Or use spackle; I think the Painting Corps had a link up for that.)

    On the other hand, if this is a theme I want for a larger army? I think I might very well be tempted to just cave and order them in quantity. Plus, the odd chunk of rubble here and there is a great way to break up the sea of cracked sand.

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  17. The bases from DF always look so good - I'd love to win a few!

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  18. Wow these bases look awesome! I love the crystals and gears dug into the ground. I think these would look great for my Chaos Daemons army.

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  19. Excellent bases! I would love to mount some of my Ork Nobz or my HQ's onto these so that they would stand out on the battlefield.

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  20. Great bases, I have been a fan of Dragon Forge for some time and have a bunch of their stuff!

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  21. I need some of the bases from Dragon Forge.chucti

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  22. I love these cracked desert bases and the slight ruins are nice

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  23. OK, I{m in the middle of a process to see if Paypal accepts my country, a few years ago It didn't allowed cards from my contry.
    That so I can finally order so of the great bases.

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  24. yey! More Dragon Forge bases. They really do look great.

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  25. Those would be great for a start to a Tallarn army

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  26. Yeah, they would be very nice on my new tomb kings army!

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  27. I love DragonForge's bases I just never get round to buying any lol. Maybe I should.

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  28. A very generous contest. I could see these done as flagstones as someone has stated.

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  29. Very cool contest. Great looking bases.

    Sign me up! :)

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  30. They would make the ideal desert bases for my ork horde.

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  31. The Dragonforge bases are really impressive, I'm looking foward to geting hold of some for my new IG army.

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  32. Great looking bases! Would suit any desert themed army perfectly.

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  33. Oh go on, I'll 'buy' a ticket, John

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  34. I've always loved df bases, but never bought any! these ones are brilliant as usual, and they would look great with my guard army.

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  35. Awesome. I love Jeff's bases. Really good quality!

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  36. These do look nice and Jeff's site is filled with cool tid-bits!

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  37. I am planning on ordering some of the ancient ruins, but this and others that Jeff makes look great.

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  38. Cool, thank you for taking the time to put this giveaway together.

    I am a long time reader of both the Santa Cruz Warhammer and The Mad Mad World of Sculptor Jeff Wilhelm Blogs. Both Blogs have been on my blog list at http://bloodandblades.blogspot.com since I first started and I believe I have been a follower of both sites for a while now.

    I have several of Dragon Forge's Broken Wasteland bases and they are really top notch. Anyone lucky enough to get some of these bases should count them fortunate to do so.

    Keep up the good content and thanks again for holding the giveaway.

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  39. Another great give away. Really nice set of bases.

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  40. This is the type of base I like - dynamic and detailed, but with a level surface easy to adhere a model too.
    I continue to be impressed by the quality. Can anyone tell me if DFG does volume discounts? I'm considering who to go to for my next army build.

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  41. the bases are excellent and the golden deamon entry was awesome

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  42. Thanks for running another great competition. Looking forward to seeing the next set of bases DF releases. :-)

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  43. I want some of those for some ash waste models.

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  44. WOW! thanks in advance for choosing me as a winner!

    have been off with man flu this week and have neglected my blog, but these baby's are just what the doc ordered ;o)

    Apoc

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  45. Looks Great! Again another Dragon Forge product that looks great. Well done!

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  46. They would look great for my new Necron army.

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  47. id definatly have to put some orks on these.

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  48. Ooooo Pretty... I'm sure I could find a good use for these... just like everyone else who posted.

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  49. Not gonna lie...I'm in it for the free stuff.

    It is pretty nifty stuff...

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