Chris Palmer

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  • Birthday February 21

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  1. Wow, all those figures are some beautiful conversion work! Can't wait to see them all painted!
  2. If it's not too late... Can you just water-line the canoe by cutting the bottom half off, and then gluing the top half to a new flat bottom? It would give the figures a flat surface to stand on, and make the canoe look much smaller. Similar to what I did with the ship model I used for my Frostgrave hulk:
  3. Nice haul! Though think you meant this post for the UK/US Box thread...
  4. This is exactly what I used. I bought it at a yardsale 10-12 years ago, so I'm pretty sure it's no longer available. That being said, there are still many other stone texture spray paints on the market these days. And the good news is now they are no longer two-part like the old ones (like this) were.
  5. For those that like this kind of thing, here's a breakdown of what we're seeing (and hearing) in the teaser:
  6. Just released: It's going to be one heck of a year for movies!
  7. Happy birthday!
  8. Nit accepted. Though techinically it's labeled as a "Teaser Trailer" so I would think either name would be acceptable. And, at almost 2 minutes long, I'd say it is almost bordering on being a trailer trailer. :)
  9. Looks incredibly zany and fun!
  10. Just a thought, but you might help that image if you add some sort of adornments to the skulls, like gems, simple crowns, or even just colorful symbols painted on them; like they are loved and honored. And paint them as if they are polished and cared for , not the browns and yellows of rotting skulls you usually see on evil architecture.
  11. Happy birthday!
  12. Northstar's range of plastic minis for the Frostgrave game are nice and detailed.
  13. Thanks, Chaoswolf!
  14. Thanks, Darkmeer! It is a real group effort, which makes it much easier for all, as the brunt of the work doesn't fall on one person's lap.