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About NebulousMissy

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  • Birthday 11/01/1982

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  1. NebulousMissy

    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    AAAAUGH! Chance, mere chance led to the group not facing down the Great God [redacted] today and I am grateful! I... uh... haven't been painting him. I've been painting other things, been not painting, been goofing off, been busy, been doing other things, been etc... AUGH! I now have one week to finish the Great God [redacted] and all I've painted is his belly! I... need to get to work... I have a brush to sacrifice.
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    Don't ask me anything. Tell me something.

    My words were also more meant for the people who panic when their boxer/great dane/labrador/mastiff eats a small square of milk chocolate because five year olds will share things. Your dog has an actual weight, that dose isn't even enough to cause a bellyache, stop panicking you're making it worse.
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    Happy Birthday Robinh!

    Happy birthday!
  4. NebulousMissy

    Don't ask me anything. Tell me something.

    Theobromine is only twice as lethal per kg of dog as it is per kg of human. The issue with dogs and chocolate is two-fold. Dogs are generally smaller than humans and dogs have somewhat less impulse control than even the grabbiest of humans. So a large dog helps a kid eat a chocolate bar, not going to hurt anyone. A six pound terrier gets into the pantry and eats a pound of baking chocolate, that's a problem. It's easier to ignore the scale issues involved and just tell people that chocolate is poisonous to dogs. Because some people are both indulgent and dumb. Disclaimer: DO NOT USE MY WORDS AS EXCUSE TO FEED YOUR CHIHUAHUA A POUND OF BAKING CHOCOLATE! PEOPLE THAT DUMB DO EXIST AND IT'S WHY THIS KNOWLEDGE IS GENERALLY SUPPRESSED!
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    My Super Power

    Tetrising is a familial power. My father used to fit piles of luggage larger than a minivan... into the minivan. With room for 5 people and space to see out the back window. Unpacking took hours as the pile expanded back to normal size, one thing at a time, all of it unbroken though lightly squished (bag, cast iron frying pans, axe, shotgun, bag, towels, fishing rods, crock pot, bag, tent, sleeping bags, tackle boxes, bag...) I can tetris, though my talent is less impressive. I don't have a minivan, I have a Handy Haversack. I inherited it from my dad (might be part of why it works tbh). I bring it to every con I attend because I can always fit stuff into it. No matter how full it is, I can find room and it all comes out unbroken though lightly squished (swag, laptop, jacket, dice, swag, rulebooks, case of minis, sandwiches, swag, snacks, coffee cup, con contraband, swag...) Unfortunately, the magic item description lied to me, this thing totally weighs more than 5 pounds. A lot more...
  6. NebulousMissy

    Getting To Know You July

    Summon coffee right now. Just woke up. World's too loud. Need coffee. Simulacrum methinks. For those days when I have too much stuff to do and work is getting in my way.
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    Getting To Know You July

    Sit in the river with a beer. It's become less favorite since time at the river comes with two dozen family and family friends who are... let's just say not only is the luster gone but someone's been rubbing the silver veneer off to show the junky tin beneath.
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    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    A handshake with Reddy Kilowatt as a kid caused my left hand to hold a funky pointing pose when relaxed. I can still use it tho. Full range of motion, thankfully.
  9. NebulousMissy

    Getting To Know You July

    I really like watching 2-3 episodes at a time, then again the next day. Its sort of a slow motion binge. This is how I roll
  10. NebulousMissy

    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    Damn I'm tired. After yesterday's surprise migraine I didn't sleep. As is I laid in bed 8 hours waiting to fall asleep. I hate the migraine postdrome, it's never not weird.
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    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    Character death last night. The gnome rogue got swallowed by a giant floating head. It's a giant floating severed head though so as the head flew off to harry the army outside the gnome's corpse dropped grossly onto the exhausted ranger. There were chewed gnome-bits everywhere. He got better. And then took revenge on the floating head later after it killed the Gorilla King. Good times.
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    Getting To Know You July

    I paint my goblins/orcs/hobgoblins in muted colors. Muted green tinted with brown. Muted red tinted with brown. Muted anything tinted with enough brown to make it look alive. My serpentfolk, however, I have taken pics of the brightest damn snakes I can find and repeated those patterns. If there's a thing in nature I can crib I will do it. Gnolls are painted like hyenas, kobolds like widdle lizards, catfolk with whatever cat patterns I feel like that day, a stone golem painted as a giant block of jade, etc. I once painted a sandworm like a bright red+yellow fuzzy caterpillar I had a pic of.
  13. NebulousMissy

    Getting To Know You July

    I do not. Not yet. I don't have the space. As for others... I did commission painting for a while there, perhaps. Also I'm sure my ex still has some of all those minis I left behind. I always was a better painter than him.
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    Reaper Bones 4: Enthusiasm and Commentary Thread

    Question. Important one. You're in Texas... If I remember correctly, production is in China... Will the War of Escalating Tariffs affect Reaper and/or Bones 4 in any way?
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    Getting To Know You July

    SnacksTM And a beer. Never the same one twice. Or maybe the same one as this one time but long enough ago I've forgotten about it. The server tells me about the neat-looking label as they set it down, the beer tastes nothing like the label.