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About spencerjohn

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  • Birthday 07/01/72

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    East Fairfield, VT
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    Building terrain, painting minis, playing D&D, video games and boardgames.

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  1. Holy carp!!! Thats @#$%*&# sweet!!!
  2. How are you going to get all these to the Smithsonian for your display? Looks great!
  3. Wonderful! Your stuff looks amazing! And I can see after getting the table and dwarven forge you have now been reduced to eating Cornflakes for all your meals! The new DF stuff is great lil wee baby children can build dungeons and not break my stuffs now!
  4. Cool dude, I love that you are reading and teaching yourself new skills! Yeah water colors are great! I hate working on other projects and letting my mini backlog grow.
  5. Thank you fellas!!! I totally didn't think of GW Ogres, good idea! It will be a bit before I get him painted, it takes me forever to get anything done nowadays, and now I have to mow the durn lawn on my day off, blarg!!!
  6. My roleplaying group has a giant skeleton they recruited and I decided to give him an upgrade. I'm giving him a sword and shield, I was going to use the ogre shields for shoulders but decided to use them lower on his hips as not many attacks are going to hit his shoulders and he doesn't have the meat a living giant does to help attach them to. I made a shield (its a big door) out of superculpey and stuck some wires in it to represent arrows/bolts. I have temporary pins in the hip plates for now as I will paint them, then pin them into place. Used two ogre minis and one giant king mini for the hip plates and sword. I plan on painting the giant as a statue or golem. I gave one ogre the other ogres club so he has two now, but the hand is totally not positioned correctly. I just saw some of the other really well done conversions of this mini, wow!
  7. Thank you for posting this! Your map looks great! Now I need to get the book and rework my campaign map!
  8. I think I was married to her once.... Glad to see she moved in with you! Checking a few posts, looking great as usual sir!!!
  9. Just checking into the forums, very cool! I love it! Great job!
  10. Its the poster girl for D&D!!!
  11. Very nicely done! love the highlighting under the eye, wouldn't have thought of that!
  12. Cool beans! Personally I hope it doesn't sell, but I know you need the money. Looking forward to seeing your future endeavors.
  13. Probably not much help for you but Stonehaven minis has some nice "unconscious" minis, 5 different ones. I own 3 of them I think. Love using them for scenarios!
  14. Pffft this looks horrible anyway! Compared to what your going to make in ten or twenty years with your skill! =) Creators never stop creating and we only get better. I hope that sells for you, maybe a stop motion movie guy could use it. It does seem suspicious you get married, then WHAM! terrain goes out of the house.... My wife would love it if I had to sell my stuff. You may have to offer renting a U-haul and driving it to the buyer if they aren't too far away? I would like to see your potion/jewelry shop if you finish it!