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Morihalda

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Morihalda last won the day on February 24 2016

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About Morihalda

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  • Birthday March 5

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    Nature, art, and video game things!

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  1. There was the Battle of the Cookie Cat Castle the other day.... I've been stacking and moving these same two boxes for a week now and the cats are loving it. It's excellent. My husband and I have also been having impromptu Rubik's cube fights. I've never had one before. It's not going well.
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    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    13 hours ago Yup. I guess I really needed the sleep. It's okay! Mori will be. o. k. That's the plan. Being okay! I love all these stories about getting into the mini world. They are super sweet! We used to have a thread somewhere about getting into minis, but it was specifically these gaming minis. It's cool reading the stories before the gaming minis!
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    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    I've had a few really good, plain normal days in a row, but now I'm so tired I could sleep for another two days. If that's the trade off my body needs, so be it. I can handle that.
  4. I love creating characters. How they look, how they act, their flaws and strengths, their history, what they'll do to achieve their goals.... How a character in one world would be in another.... I am just plain awful at playing them. I can write it but I can't act it, and at our current rate of 1-2 sessions a year, I doubt I'll ever get the practice, ha.
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    Boxer Rebellion: Box-Turtle Folk, WIP

    Goodness, I thought I had replied back to this sooner! Thank you so much for giving me a part in this! I never realized how difficult concept art could be, and I learned so much cool history during my research. It was tough but fun: an excellent combination. I appreciate that you show us your mistakes and how you fix them. I have a dremel that I bought for a project a few years ago and never used it. I was going to try to sell it this week but now I'm thinking I should keep it.
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    Mori VS Ma'al

    That sounds like so many terrifying things could go wrong. I can't wait to test it out!
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    Mori VS Ma'al

    That's what I would want ideally. I'm just not sure how to form the edge of the resin - I feel like the smooth plastic edge that most folks use would look weird here since the base edge isn't smooth.
  8. WHAT. Me too @ "December already?!" Uhhhh. I still never went to the store to buy LEDs for my nightlight dragon. It's been a couple years already. I guess pushing it off another month won't hurt it! - Finish a thing for a friend - Ma'al is my destress piece. Work on it and make happy art! - I really need to just sit down and figure out what I don't like about Kiara (my latest human sculpt from a couple months ago). I watched a sculpting video and the guy just... sculpts his feelings or something and it just magically appears. I do not have enough practice to do that. Kiara not having arms at all, not even wire, is just throwing me off too much. I can't "see" her pose anymore, especially without that full armature. I think that just means it's time to restart her! - keep practicing skintones
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    Mori VS Ma'al

    I did that thing where I relax and just make art. It's excellent. Except I don't know how I'm going to make this water work now. I feel like it would... feel best if it were a river flowing away from us and into the back of the ruins. I have no idea how I could make the "end" of the resin in front. I've seen folks use plastic as barriers, but the edge of the base isn't smooth. I thought about making the little spot in front like a closed pool, but the water just doesn't seem like it would flow that way. I think it would look weird closed off, too. What do y'all think? I could try to curve the river away so the end of the resin isn't directly in your face, but that still leaves the edge issue. The rocks, plants, and man are not glued in.
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    Feral Flora

    Your art always makes me smile. I just truly love this!
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    Review: Mini Palettes by Stephanie Law

    Okay, cool. There were already a lot of low budget options in the thread and I didn't want it to read like, "Well I got the lowest low budget so there" LOL.
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    Mori VS Ma'al

    Yeah but the whole.... shape of it is straight through. It reads more like stream instead of pooling water. I guess I could do stream.... haha.
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    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    I'll never be able to read my notes again but hey, at least they're beautiful!
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    Review: Mini Palettes by Stephanie Law

    That is a gorgeous and fast paint job! I love the brightness of the fur. I've heard all sorts of different ways to make your own palettes, but I've never used anything more than a spare tile lying around. I have no idea how to make that not sound rude in text. I'm sorry! It's relevant! Anyways. I loved how tiny and cute these were and I've always wanted a real cool kid's paint palette, so I bought one as well. I also grabbed the perfect bee pin. Rainbow bees!!! The package has been at my in-law's house and I've been so impatient to go get it. I really like that you can prolong the paint life with a damp cover and of course having the well. It will be nice to have spots for glazes without it spreading into my other paints.
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    Mori VS Ma'al

    I will be adding rocks of various sizes to form a natural pool on one end. That's why I'm not happy with how straight that middle section looks, haha. The random green blob was my attempt at copying the ruins so I can extend some crumbly bits out if I need to. Awesome, I'm so glad! Nature is full of beautiful, amazing, and terrifying things. Perfect for inspiration!
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