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About CashWiley

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  • Birthday 04/02/1970

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    Upstate NY
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    Guitars, Drums and Chopping Wood

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  1. CashWiley

    Getting to know you: January 2019

    I'm wicked stubborn, sure! My best friend (who later became the singer in my band) and his brother were really good mini painters back in the early 80s. I was always too scared to try, though I had some minis because we were all avid AD&D players. I'd always wanted to get back to trying it at some point, and traded in some M:tG cards for paints and gave it a shot (coinciding with the original Bones KS, which is how I ended up here). Over the last couple years I've transitioned over to traditional art, but I want to make some time at some point to get back into painting minis. It's been a loooong time at this point! Even though I'd like to sell off a bunch of my collection, I do have a bunch I want to keep so, at worst, I can pick it up again when I retire in 11 years.
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    Getting to know you: January 2019

    I dropped out of college four times. I don't have that much tolerance for nonsense.
  3. CashWiley

    Getting to know you: January 2019

    1977, 7 years old, Upstate NY.
  4. CashWiley

    Getting to know you: January 2019

    Princess Leia
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    Brush licking has been around a long time

    Switching to traditional art, I get why Pingo gets the way she does when the topic comes up. Without hard pigment data, you don't know what is going into your mouth. Don't do it.
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    Getting to know you: January 2019

    Drawing and painting, which I started in 2016 (I started mini painting in 2012). I'm also a guitarist/bassist/drummer, which at this point is a hobby though I did it professionally when I was younger. Also also I love to cook, with a focus on fresh, simple meals. Atonement, already posted, is a strong contender. But I think Kingdom Death's Flower Knight still holds the top spot.
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    Mierce Miniatures - Mighty Monsters

    They're slow, but steady. I just checked and the last of my New Kindreds stuff is in packing phase. I've still got a jute ghul starter host and a couple heroes left in the queue ("processing" = waiting). For reference, the ysian alternate monstrous set in packing was from 2014, but the jute hero was from 2016. My remaining (processing) stuff is 2016/17.
  8. Same as the last game question: minecraft. My overall favorite modpack so far has been Blightfall. Custom handcrafted map (with lots for explorers to find), some story/lore stuff, great use of mechanics. A planet has been overwhelmed by corruption, you have a handful of domes to survive in until you can eventually cleanse the world.
  9. Minecraft, by a long shot. Well, modded minecraft. My gaming community had servers pretty much from Alpha through maybe 2 years ago. Eventually we ran out of people willing to put in the time needed to maintain a heavily modded server. I can't remember the last time I ran less than 200 mods. Poking around new modpacks trying to find one that fits right now. Exoria is pretty nice but missing some stuff I like, StoneBlock is a bit basic but has most of the mods I like.
  10. I love that Reaper triad, used it on the last minis I did (some Massive Darkness dudes). And yeah, that's why I was digging it. First thing I thought of was 'nmm' gold, but a decent range in one tube!
  11. I bought a tube of Williamsburg Nickel Azo Yellow, it looks luscious for painting gold. Haven't tried it because I don't paint much, mostly ze charcoal. My paint output in 2019 should be vastly increased, as I'm going to be doing a lot of studies. Also got some Williamsburg transparent oxides, because who doesn't love oxides...but transparenter!? http://www.justpaint.org/williamsburg-welcomes-7-new-colors/
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    Cash's 2018 Art

    Work got kinda nuts this year, been out of phase with drawing and painting. Wrapped up a couple weeks back, so I'm slowly shaking off the rust. Here's a current work in progress. Skull study in conte, maybe 16" high or so.
  13. Oooops, yeah. Just wrapped up a big project at work that sucked all my motivation since August (outside of a couple figure drawing sessions (that I co-host, so I had to go), I haven't been doing anything at all). PM me your address and I'll get a card out to you, thankfully I'm back in the studio working on a couple things!
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    Getting to Know Each Other, October 2018

    The Oneida Nation is my favorite as an adult, though I identify with the Nordic tribes, personally. Check out Robert Griffing's work, it's stunning and inspires me greatly. Here's my favorite, sums up so much, so well.
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    Getting to Know Each Other, October 2018

    Every day, since I work with the public. I talk to just about everyone I meet, though, so I'm constantly meeting people everywhere I go. Stems from my worldview, I consider everyone friends until I have a reason not to. So I'll joke around and help out and whatnot. It just makes life better when the world is full of acquaintences and it helps bring out the best in people around me, focusing on commonalities rather than differences. The last person I met that will likely progress beyond casual conversation was an artist at figure drawing last week. Been wanting to meet him for a few months now, as I've seen his work in a number of exhibits I've been in and he's consistently one of the better artists. His sketchbook is insane, filled with amazing pen and ink work.
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