Scent of a Gamer

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Duncan Rhodes Painting Academy goes live

I received the email at the week-end: the Duncan Rhodes Painting Academy website is now live.

The Academy is selling memberships at £3.99 per month. As a non-member I’m not 100% sure what that gets me, but I haven’t read the website too closely as yet.

Some might say this is a bad time to start a business, but I would disagree, as along as you have your finance worked out and your fixed costs aren’t too high.

Any business that can make it through the next 4-6 months could be in a good position going forward, as long as they can build a loyal customer base which will stick around.

Add the fact that learning to paint miniatures better is a way many hobbyists may choose to spend their quarantine period, and I think the timing is fine in this case.

Check out the academy website now.

3 comments on “Duncan Rhodes Painting Academy goes live

  1. Azazel
    March 30, 2020

    Interesting. If there was a way to download them for future reference, I’d gladly sub on and off every few months.

  2. skinflintgames
    March 30, 2020

    Good on him, hope it works out 👍

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