Obviously, I have to start from scratch when it comes to getting my work onto the market at levels beyond a single miniature so I have purchased postal boxes, bubble wrap, plastic bases and am currently awaiting the arrival of some labels.
In addition, there is the need to display a product so that people can actually see what you are trying to sell. With this in mind, I have also ordered a light box so that I can try and get some better pictures put together.
I have also unpacked all of the miniatures for counting:
As you can see, there are 245 Halfling snipers (49 sets of 5) all ready to have a bit of a quality check. That means that one set has disappeared. That is because I couldn't resist getting some paint on some of them and I have painted up a set to show off (it will also be part of an army project that I have going on at the moment):
The picture above shows why I really need a decent light box to photograph my products. I have chosen the colours so that the bases contrast the camouflage so that you can see what the miniatures are like. Obviously, when given a decent base with colours that match the camouflage you chose, they will look far more appropriate.
Everything is getting closer to fruition so keep watching this space.