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  1. very interesting. do you know of a youtube video I might watch that uses this technique?

    I can be patient (I think lol). Looks like the stuff will be worth the wait. I really am looking forward to seeing what else will be in it besides the three large ones they've already shown

    I've noticed a few posts in this thread from people saying they're still waiting for their Bones III Kickstarter orders.. There any truth to that? I'd like to think the items would be shipped within a reasonable amount of time once the campaign ends and that one was 2 years ago from what I've seen.
  4. I actually remembered seeing a post about Bones I and found the official post from July 6. It's next month!

    I only just got into painting a few months ago with the core skills learn to paint kit. I'm SO looking forward to this!
  6. Ahh ok I'll keep an eye out. How often do they do the Bones kickstarters?
  7. Thanks! I'm super pleased with how he turned out given how little time he took. I did everything except the hilt of his sword inside of a couple hours on the long weekend Monday 2 weeks ago and needed to borrow the gold for the hilt at the weekly miniature painting social night I go to on Fridays.
  8. That's pretty sweet. I was just looking on the store and was wondering is the ogre clubber only available in pewter? I didn't see a bones version.
  9. That's pretty awesome! How did you do the leather? I have this mini but haven't taken a shot at painting her yet
  10. Finished this guy a little over a week ago. Took almost no time compared to my previous figures and I've got a better setup figured out for taking pictures now!
  11. Thanks! The next one is actually almost done too I was just missing the colour I want for the weapon hilt. Hoping to have it done Friday night and then I'll take photos and share them. The organiser of the painting social night I've been going to has been impressed with my progress so far
  12. Oh man did this guy ever take a long time. Between struggling with finding a decent colouring and the fact that unlike most gnolls his body isn't at all furred outside of his mane, I found myself starting over and fixing a bunch of stuff as I went along. But for the most part I think I'm pleased with how he turned out! 4th mini done.
  13. thanks for the info! I think I may have managed to at least smooth out that line though it is still visible. I do have a few wine corks I use to stick minis on while i"m painting. I haven't given a whole lot of thought to putting any of them on bases yet as I'm not really sure where to start on that.
  14. about how large is a #11 blade..? Also a general prep question for the metal minis, is there anything I need to do different to clean them off before priming or do I just use a toothbrush and dishsoap like with the bones?
  15. Hi all. I was having a close look at the Eli Quicknight mini (last month's 25th anniversary model) and I had a friend show me how to properly file mold lines but upon looking at the one on the left arm of this model there isn't a whole lot of space for a file. In addition to that, there's a rivet on the shoulder plate of that arm that's right next to the mold line (see the attached pic). What would be the best way to deal with this particular mold line?