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About CorallineAlgae

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    Pathfinder, D&D, minis, cooking, gardening, reef aquariums (hence my user name), anime, science fiction, and woodworking.

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  1. Have you been Naughty or Nice?

    For me it's all about the absurdity of the thing.. with a healthy dose of levity. ^_~ In reality, only Charlie Brown ever gets a rock in his Halloween bag, and nobody actually gets coal in their Christmas stocking. That's almost as much of a fantasy as gnomes or elves. Here, it's a real life possibility. That's definitely more "gotcha" humor than I'm accustomed too. I have no interest in Christmas minis or ornaments. Yes, getting a blistered lump of coal is definitely ridiculous, and it's easy to see why some people would balk at it, but it would put a huge smile on my face.
  2. Happy birthday, John Fiala!

    !!! Happy Birthday !!!
  3. Have you been Naughty or Nice?

    Same here! It took me 3 years to get a rock. It was definitely worth the effort. Hopefully I'm naughty enough to get the coal a bit sooner.
  4. December specials?

    I used that yellow to paint the lantern and a little OSL effect on the Bones 3 female wraith a while back. It worked just like any other Reaper MSP color. It's a nice paint with smooth flow and no more separation than any other color. It's the lightest yellow I have. Perfect for candles and lanterns or anywhere a light yellow is needed. Definitely worth getting it replaced if possible.
  5. Congratulations to (Reaper)Bryan on his new job

    Gotta agree. Justin really does seem like a nice fellow. I also like Tablescapes, as well as the SW acrylics and washes. I hope this move means they have been growing and more good things are coming from Secret Weapon.
  6. Happy Birthday, Marineal!

    Happy Birthday!
  7. Dice of Rolling

    Got my dice. Gotta say, I'm very happy with what they delivered.
  8. Happy Birthday Adept Legacy !!!

    Happy Birthday!
  9. Happy Birthday Doug Sundseth !!!

    Happy birthday Big D.!! I hope it was a good one.
  10. Happy Birthday CorallineAlgae !!!

    Thank you all so much for the well wishes!
  11. Drill bits

    Someone recommended MicroMark as a good source for high quality hobby drill bits. I ordered a 6-pack of No. 68 drill bits (0.031" / 0.79mm) a few weeks back but haven't tried them yet. I use that size bits for paperclips. The other sizes I use to pin come in pinning kits from either P3, who have awful drill bits, or Army Painter, who have okay drill bits. MicroMark's bits are made out of high speed steel which should keep their edge much longer than other bits. They're pricey though, especially with shipping. I'm certain other sites have the same bits for a better total cost. I was ordering a Seam Scraper from them and remembered a forumite recommending their bits, so I threw a pack in the cart. That probably isn't very helpful but that's all I got.
  12. Kingdom Death: Monster 2

    I went ahead and added the Pathfinders and First Hero expansion in the PM. Soooo happy I was able to add the Pathfinders. Felt lots of nerd satisfaction after ordering new versions of my old iconic pals.
  13. Hasslefree Miniatures kickstarter

    Just filled out the PM. I wasn't able to get all the nice things but I was able to get my favorites. I'm especially excited about painting up the living and undead queens fighting each other! Ended up with: Winter Glory Caoimhe, Restless Spirit Ksenia the Unlawful, Accursed Queen Living Ksenia, Accursed Queen Frost Queen, Katarina Shayda Diavol, Berserker Shamanic Boudi Metal Base - Desolation
  14. [SPLIT] Vortex Shakers

    Yep. That's the same one I have, too. Also bought it used from eBay. LOVE it. I don't have any attachments for it other than the normal cup that came with it, but that little thing gets the job done. Here's mine all nestled away in the corner. Right at home surrounded by all those bottles.