I've been following the artist, Aaron Hopkins, for almost a year now, on both his page at DeviantArt, and on the Cardboard Warriors forum. He's been hard at work on an original wargame for more than a year (Temporum Oblitus - coming soon to a printer and then table near you), and just recently started creating the figures that have become the Splinterwood. Amazingly, the Splinterwood is the result of a lost bet - one that we fantasy paper craft gamers have all won. Aaron's already got a vivid and ever increasingly detailed backstory for it, which I hope will see publication in a cohesive form sometime soon. His figures are dynamic, original, and lovingly detailed, and they fit in well with paper minis from publishers such as One Monk, OkumArts, Reivaj, and others, and terrain I already have from Fat Dragon, Lord ZseZse, and Dave Graffam.
As for the previous reviewer's problems with malware? Well, I don't have an antivirus active (that I know of, I leave too much of that up to hubby and my Mac itself) but I never had any trouble downloading and unzipping it either tonight when I checked on it, nor originally (nor anything else from DriveThruRPG and its sister sites), nor did my gmail account catch anything. I strongly suspect that the customer's unzipping program may have caused the problem. I would assume that DriveThruRPG, etc. have anti-virus software running on their systems too, no?