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About Keianna

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  1. Seconded and I would like to add a wheel like a ship's wheel, that could also be mounted on walls as part of puzzles.
  2. I would also like to see some adventuring gear type bits. Things like rope, bags, backpacks, torch (lit or not), candles, scrolls, books, crystals, lanterns, bedroll, mugs, pans, cutlery and the like would be most welcome. Also, freestanding treasures and accessories such as: a crystal ball, cauldron, fire pit, big books or book piles, globe, an ornate crown or goblet, picture frames of various sizes and a large hollow pile of trash/debris with a removable lid to hide treasure in.
  3. Cool! On the mobile version, I just discovered that if you click the spot where it says Page x of y it brings up a box where you can jump to any page in the thread.
  4. Ok, took longer than I wanted it to to get mailed, but the box is on its way. Here is what I took: There is a lot of fun stuff in the box, thanks folks! The red guy is cool. Does anyone know where it came from?
  5. The box has arrived safely. Now to finish deciding what I want and what to add.
  6. I think you might wish to look up the instructions for a "duct tape dress form".The principle is the same, but the process is much easier. I have, and pretty much everyone says that while it's ok for starting out, its flexibility and droopiness means that it will start to distort as soon as you cut it off and then it won't really hold up very long. Although, maybe, if I felt adventurous, I could lacquer over the duct tape with epoxy or something and stiffen it up. I'd have to find a runny enough two-part epoxy that the person could spread over the tape while I was still wearing it though. Then I could still do the polyurethane casting of the duct tape mold... I wonder if anyone else ever thought of reinforcing the duct tape with epoxy before cutting it off? I think we may need the cross-pollination of various different hobbies. FOR SCIENCE. You can fill the ducktape form with that spray-in insulation foam that dries hard (I think someone tried making terrain with it a while ago). Should take care of the warping problem.
  7. Generally, models that are sculpted digitally are treated the same as ones that are traditionally sculpted. I don't know if any specific examples, but I am sure someone else does. There are very, very talented digital sculpters that judge this contest and I imagine they would love to have a custom digital sculpt entered.
  8. Congratulations! He looks awesome. Great job on finishing on time with all the difficulties! Score one for persistence!
  9. Any of the 2 or 3 dollar bones. Do you have a Sir Garrick (Sir Forscale) yet?
  10. Awesome take on the base! I have not seen snow done before and it looks suprisingly good! Keep it up, you're doing great!
  11. You do what you need to do, but I get into a painting trance and anything that pulls me out of it (people, hunger, adult responsibilities, almost falling asleep in the pallet, etc.) is an unwelcome annoyance. He's looking great! I did it, and I believe you can too! Never underestimate how many vertebrae there are. (so...much...drybrushing...)
  12. Have fun with this beastie! He's a big one!
  13. I would love to see a spru, similar to the weapon sprus, of clear spell effects. Things like whisps of smoke, flame etc. fireball, lightening bolts, glowing bolts and the like. It would be really cool to get them in a variety of colors too.