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cyberook

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  1. Great job everyone! And thanks again, MonkeySloth and Reaper!
  2. My entry fro the non-fantasy category: 50132: Jessica Blaze, Smuggler. I think I went a little overboard with the makeup... (I apologize for the yellow tint - that's what I get for using an iPhone last minute...)
  3. My second entry is 03397: Raging Barbarian It's modified quite a bit, as I did this one for a friend who requested Dragon-Scale Armor and a Two-Handed Dragon's Tooth Sword (oh, and stone gauntlets). Thanks again for looking!
  4. My first entry is 03371: Brock Battlebow, Dwarf Ranger. I strung the crossbow and added a bolt. Also, this is my first attempt adding a water effect to a base. Thanks for looking!
  5. [Video] Reaper Bones at Origins 2012

    In my experience, that is correct. You're better off carefully scraping with a sharp hobby knife.
  6. [Video] Reaper Bones at Origins 2012

    And here's the promised review of a Reaper Bones model and how well it takes paint! (I apologize for the audio quality and multiple posts): In summary: - Good price - Good detail - Very lightweight (stick 'em down if you spray paint them!) - Mold lines best cleaned up with a sharp hobby knife (be careful!) - Apply your paint full strength out of the bottle - Reaper paints work best, particularly the HD paints (other brands are fine) - Thinning your paints is not recommended unless you spray the model with primer or Testors Dull Cote first
  7. Kickstarter Discussion Thread

    Since Reaper is obviously expanding their Bones line, this might be appropriate. After returning from Origins, I decided to put a Bones model to the test. We filmed it and here's the result (we apologize for the audio quality): In summary: - Good price - Good detail - Very lightweight (stick 'em down if you spray paint them!) - Apply your paint full strength out of the bottle - Reaper paints work best, particularly the HD paints (other brands are fine) - Thinning your paints is not recommended unless you spray the model with primer or Testors Dull Cote first
  8. Hi all, At Origins this year, I interviewed Johnny, one of the Reaper Booth Babes, about Reaper's new Bones models. We tested their durability and Johnny answered some questions about the future of the line. In the near future, I plan on painting up a Bones Ghost to see how well it takes paint.
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