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  1. So .... when does the next one start up?
  2. Just checking in ... anything new on the next Box of Goodwill yet?
  3. Out of curiosity, is the box still with someone who has not sent it out yet, or was it shipped and possibly lost in transit? Speaking purely from the selfish place of someone that is really excited to get in on one of these for the first time, it would be a real bummer if this situation holds up the launch of a new Box of Goodwill :(
  4. Maybe someone can point the esteemed Chaoswolf to this thread?
  5. I’d love to get in on the next one!!
  6. Oh! OK, got it! Awesome - I'd love to get in on it then! :)
  7. Ah, OK, got it. I was thinking this was more about actual bases, as opposed to the material needed to make them. Any chance there might be one of these more open to swapping actual resin bases and such? I'd love to get in on one like that! Thanks!!!
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    Brush Storage

    In a different thread in this forum, there is a discussion about best ways to properly dry your brushes. In that thread, Doug Sundseth mentioned storing brushes in a brush box or case, and then elaborated on some different types of brush storage. That got me thinking ... as I mentioned in the other thread, I haven’t started painting yet (schedule doesn’t allow it yet, but hopefully soon!). I have purchased all my stuff though, but I never thought about something this - right now my brushes are still in the packaging, but I hadn’t really thought about the best way to store them once I actually start painting ... So, I'm curious how folks store their brushes between painting sessions. In a paint cup of some kind, an actual brush case or box, in one of those roll-up caddies, something else? Thanks!
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    How to properly dry a brush

    Really interesting thread! I haven’t started painting yet (schedule doesn’t allow it yet, but hopefully soon!). I have purchased all my stuff though. I’m currious about the ‘decent brush carrier’ you mentioned. Can you elaborate? I never thought about something like this - right now my brushes are still in the packaging, but I hadn’t really thought about the best way to store them once I actually start painting ...
  10. Hey everyone, I've never done one of these before, but I might want to get involved if possible (and it's not too late) I have a bunch of resin bases of various sizes from various companies (WarGamma, DemonScape, TableTop Arts, Dark Arts, etc.) I could contribute. Can I get some details on how this works and if it's possible to still get involved? Thanks!!!
  11. OK, the bases are starting to arrive which is pretty exciting! The first thing I'm noticing is the difference in resin color from company to company (which, I assume, has to do with different resin mixtures etc) Here are the 8 companies I've ordered from - are there any other companies known for resin bases I should order from? If not, we'll stick to the 8 companies listed below: Dark Art Miniatures Elrik's Hobbies Micro Art Studio Secret Weapon Miniatures Tabletop Art Miniatures Scibor Monstrous Miniatures WarGamma Daemonscape
  12. Quick update - I added 3 more to the above list. I now have 8 different sets of 25 mm resin bases, coming from 8 different companies. I think this should be a good sample to compare! The only company I really wanted to order a set from, but didn't was Fenris - they offer surprisingly few straight (vertical) sided bases, which is what I've ordered from all the other companies (I play tabletop RPGs like Pathfinder and D&D, so I want all my bases to be the same style and fit the standard 1" grid increments used in those games). Fenris pretty much only sells chamfer (GW style) or DS (warmachine, etc style) bases unfortunately ....
  13. OK, so I think I'm going to give Loctite Super Glue a try. The question now is, Loctite Gel or the Loctite Professional recommended here. What is the idea behind the Gel? Anyone have any thoughts on why the Loctite Gel or the Loctite Professional is a better one to go with? Again, I mainly see myseld using it to glue my Bones minis to bases
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