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  1. 17 points
    I printed this model in resin at 0.05mm layer height. The figure is nude, so pics are provided via link. 3D Print: https://s25.postimg.cc/vuqjudpkv/20180717_154853.jpg Painted: https://s25.postimg.cc/5z6tb3vfz/20180807_230036.jpg I generally prefer projects that feature the monstrous, but I decided to change things up and paint this beauty. Enjoy.
  2. 16 points
    I have so many ideas for D&D divine/demon interactions now.
  3. 12 points
    I know it's not 'actually' a Tarrasque, but it's certainly a pretty good stand in, so that's how I painted it. This is the biggest model I have every painted, and I think it turned out pretty well. Enjoy, I know my D&D player won't...Muhaha!
  4. 10 points
    I had this guy done for a while, except the weather didn't really allow for a good photo. Now that the weather was somewhat better, I quickly took some. I am happy how the gems came out (thought you can't really see them in the photo). All the black was painted by washing a black and white surface with Indanthrone blue (PB60). The armour was made by using vallejo liquid metal red gold (for highlights) and copper (for shadows)
  5. 10 points
    Featuring 50158: Grant Dylan, Heroic Pilot, one of Murch's Dangerous Dames, Artizan's Group Captain Villain & T. E. Crampton. Also featuring Bombshell's Flakk, plucky mascot and rocketeer (rocketeuse?). This is a great collection of faces. Look at the pendulous jowls on Crampton, or the lantern-jaw on that Group Captain! Bitty wee Flakk's bitty wee jetpack is taken from a 50227, DeeDee Astro Girl that I repurposed as a green-skinned space lady.
  6. 10 points
    Reincarnation! I hope the meeting Greek Lunch was worth it. That is an awesome interpretation of higher powers! *** Walks into garden looking for ants*** *** Kills one ant, shouts at the others, learn my name! ***
  7. 9 points
    Featuring the well-armed 50013: Willy Brassbender, 80070: Pulp Hera, Female Pilot, a trio of sky pirates from Artizan, and the crew's (mostly) domesticated gremlin (Shrapnel, from Bombshell). Irregular raiders in irregular uniform, they ply the airways for fuel and plunder. I particularly like Willy's carpet slippers and the pirate's grapple gun. Hera is indeed statuesque; 32mm vs. 28mm makes quite a difference. I reason that the crew is mostly on the small side for weight and fuel reasons. Perhaps I should ink a plane or a lightning bolt on their shoulder patches?
  8. 9 points
    ...on first take I thought you were talking about @buglips*the*goblin ...translation[?]: Situation normal; nothing to report. [?]
  9. 9 points
    Obviously for grassy gnolls.
  10. 8 points
    The Patent Scientist is a fantastic sculpt; I fancy his invention is a spark-free welder. Useful aboard a flying bag of flammable gas! Bombshell's Betty is great as well, though I think they missed an opportunity in not calling her Diesel Liesel. The others are a Space Dwarf from Black Cat and Murch's German Zeppelin Crewmen, whom I think of as Otto, Horst, Dieter, Hans, and Sparks. I love these fellas, muted colors notwithstanding. I could put a spot of glowing orange on the end of Kapitan Zwergfeld's cigar, but that would be irresponsible of the good captain! Scales are mixed, but again, it's good for an airship to have a lightweight crew.
  11. 8 points
    It's actually Telemancy. GEM It is my carefully considered opinion, based on many remarks made by @Mad Jack that "living dangerously" should be considered Jack's ground state. GEM
  12. 8 points
    What happens when your phone dies? Does it know it's dead? Does it feel anything? When it comes back to life, does it remember being dead? Is this technically necromancy?
  13. 7 points
    Terrain and minis. List to come Starting with soapstone statue of Dagon
  14. 7 points
    VASTARYOUS done. Act 1 of S&S also done Hope you like, have a great summer!
  15. 7 points
    Well, I did some work on her face. I think I now know what I need to do. (You can click on the pictures to see larger versions.) Her face is mostly Fair Highlight at this point, which just doesn't look right. The picture on the left looks better because her left arm is blocking some of the light. I need to bring most of her face back down to Fair Skin, or maybe 1:1 Fair Skin:Fair Highlight, so her face has actual contours. (Or I suppose I could add lining around the edges of the highlight and pass it off as a mask...) Also, it looks like I should lighten her lower leg slightly. There's a little too much contrast there. I also realized why the stone in her staff doesn't look right. The highlights are placed as if the stone is translucent but it's not. It's supposed to be solid. As a polished stone, it should have sharp highlights (although not as harsh as metal) and the highlight should be a flat horizontal line. Two weeks to go.
  16. 7 points
    So Altar to Dagon 77624, mantic terrain crate - wizards study, bones goroloth 77343, bones balto burrowell 77166, bones blacksmith 77142. Some basecoating other stuff primed. Can't see a few of the book spines I painted. Only townsfolk in missing now is Oswald who's never been in stock.
  17. 7 points
    Drove 3.5 hours. Gave 50 minute presentation. Drove 3.5 hours back. Did get free lunch out of it a a lovely Greek restaurant.
  18. 6 points
    Agreed, with one caveat: they can be easily modified to fit larger people, but you'd think after several generations of the vehicle that Mazda would just offer what the aftermarket has so that those of us with longer legs can get in without having our thighs rest against the steering wheel... .... Yes, I've wanted one for over twenty years due to a number of things, but the biggest one now is its performance and what it brings to the table (they're still demons in autocross. Good demons..), but I haven't been able to fit into a stock one since I first sat in one... But yes, apparently the modification is pretty much just a set of different chair sliders, which lowers the chair a touch and moves it back somewhat, and voila, people upwards of 6'8" can get in and not have the whole "you can't steer or use the pedals" issues..
  19. 6 points
    I need one for each foot? people over 6 foot should not try to drive these...
  20. 6 points
    T-shirt ordered (DuskWarden, of course...) and shipping notice for ribbons indicate that they will be here early....
  21. 6 points
    Sure, but that shouldn't stop you sending them a polite message, should it? Even if you figure all you're going to get back is an equally polite, 'thank you for taking the time' type message. Like I said, I don't figure I have a horse in this race - so to speak - but I do understand the upset. And it's hot again. Why is it hot again. I'm going to melt. *falls over*
  22. 6 points
    Dropped a glass and managed to bounce/juggle/keep it in the air long enough to finally catch it on the fourth try.
  23. 5 points
    We need a pukey face reaction. Salty oatmeal is so gross to me.
  24. 5 points
    I have always started every day with a bowl of cereal. Even when dieting. Even when I had to add more fat into my diet for medicine. Cereal is one of my favorite things to eat. My tastes have definitely changed the last 20 years or so, going from the super sugary marshallowy goodness of old favorites to things that tone it down a little (not that much in some cases). My most recent dietary blow has been an increased need for fiber, so my new favorite is about 1/3 of a bowl of Fiber One, mixed with something peanut buttery (Reese's or the new Nutter Butter), mixed with something in between, like Honey Oh's cereal for a bit of an oat flavor. At one time I had a pour-able food container that I would mix cereals in over time, getting a nice blend of old and new flavors as I saw fit, but I'm a little more regimented now. I'm excited to try the new Raisin Bran with Banana (I wish more cereals had Bananas, what a great flavor). But I need to finish some older boxes first.
  25. 5 points
    The last box is making it's way home as we speak, so it'll be sometime soon-ish.
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