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    Gotcha! Thanks for the insight Bryan! @Reaper Ron, are you able to comment on the size of the beast?

    @Reaperbryan I see, so the final size is still being finalized? Are you able to tell us which sizes you tried out? I'm really hoping it will be big enough to use as a proper DnD dragon turtle! Anyway, thanks for the info!

    @Reaperbryan, are you able to comment on the size of the dragon turtle? Is it a suitable fit for a base of 4+ inches to match the latest edition of the world's most popular tabletop RPG? Or is it closer in size to the existing dragon turtle from Bones 2? Thanks!
  4. A treant that's about twice as tall as the current spirit of the forest mini. A shambling mound. A tendriculos (giant plant creature with tentacles and a gaping maw that fits on a three inch base).
  5. A giant roc. Something about twice as big as the Warlord giant eagle.
  6. Fulfilling

    Does anyone know what service Reaper will be using to ship to Canada? Thanks!
  7. Thanks for the speedy response. I see it's now been taken off the online store. You're really fast on the draw, Reaperbryan!
  8. It's listed in the online store, but there's no price on it and I can't add it to my cart. Any word on when this will released?
  9. This forum is great. Everyone is so helpful. Thank you all very much for your instructive answers.
  10. What are some effective techniques for applying varnish in thin coats to heavily textured surfaces?
  11. Thank you! You've all been very helpful!
  12. So the basic answer: anti-shine would be suitable if I were using it properly, but water is easier to use and more reliable. What about spray on sealers? What are the pros and cons? Thank you for you answers!
  13. Hello all! A quick question: my understanding is that Reaper's brush-on sealer is a satin finish. To get a matte finish, I've been mixing some anti-shine additive into the sealer, but now I'm questioning this approach. The finish I get is fairly matte, but it's also ever so slightly chalky. I've heard people say that you should just thin the sealer with water. Can anyone comment? Thanks!
  14. Completed

    Just wanted to bring your attention to this awesome kickstarter, in case you haven't seen it yet. I've pledged at the completionist level. Can't wait to implement these into my games.